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This paper aims to present the problem of global warming found in Buddhist temples. The study was conducted by using qualitative research method and investigating data through field data collection, in-depth interview, and participant observation. The data were obtained from eight temples located in Muang district, Khonkaen Province. The result show that there are four activities or problems that cause global warming in Buddhist temples: cremation, air conditioning installation, green space reduction and the rising amount of wasted, which last two activities are the temple’s common problems. In addition, the temples have low awareness of the problem of global warming due to lack of knowledge and good publicity about global warming.