Native seed collectors in Brazil.Read More
A new dimension of the work has been added to the Rainforest ECO offerings: Forestscaping. Working with the Miyawaki Method of afforestation, in collaboration with Shubhendu Sharma, we now offer consulting and forestscape design for urban areas. This TEDtalk by…Read More
2018 UPDATE: The time spent in Paris last year (2017) changed the trajectory of my work, by expanding it greatly. I now have a website hosted by the French OpenTeam: http://www.openteam.co/alanalea And thanks to OpenTeam, I was able to participate…Read More
Video highlights of Earthday 2017 talk for Manzanita School by Alana Lea, Founder of iGiveTrees.Read More
You will note, that Van Jones “liked” the link above when I shared it on Facebook 🙂 so I hope you’ll like what it represents here! Seriously, this book, Drawdown, is filled with verifiable good news. And since returning from participation in…Read More
Ever since we were invited to participate in 100 Projects for the Climate by Mission Publique, I could feel the direction of the wind had changed. It was now at our backs, rather than blustering at gale force in front…Read More
Q. When trees are planted in the forest, do they make music?
A. They do if iGiveTrees raised the money to plant them!
As a tree-hugging artist, I was inspired to translate the 4per1000: Soils for Food Security and Climate’s Declaration of Intention into the font TREE created by Katie Holton. May these words take root and grow.Read More
The world’s biggest conservation groups have embraced a human-centric approach known as “new conservation.” But is it up to the task of saving life on Earth?Read More
Clippings from a Reuters article titled “Why Brazil has a big appetite for risky pesticides” last year: <<In 2012, Brazil passed the United States as the largest buyer of pesticides. This rapid growth has made Brazil an enticing market for…Read More