Dr. Suzanne Simard and others interviewed on RadioLab explain in fun detail how trees and fungi collaborate and cooperate to nourish and sustain each other.
Acclaimed war journalist Dar Jamail returned to America after 10 years abroad to renew his passion for mountaineering, but was shocked to find that the slopes he had once climbed were irrevocably changed by climate disruption.
In veteran journalist style, Jamail embarks on a journey to the geographical front lines of this crisis—from Alaska to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, via the Amazon rainforest—showing the consequences of human behavior to nature and the loss of ice.
A wave of fear is rippling through the Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) today, and spilling down into the city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. With a rapidly warming planet now our new normal, wildfire in the Santa Fe National Forest is a real danger.
Unfortunately, there’s something else driving this fear.[Read more…]
The original “tree huggers” were NOT from the 60’s!
You might be surprised to learn that the original “tree huggers” were not hippies trying to stop the clear-cutting of old growth forests.
The first tree huggers were women and men of the Bishnois sect of Hinduism in western Rajasthan, India.[Read more…]