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
Join us in giving hope to a rainforest that’s 93% gone. That statistic isn’t working for anyone, so we’re building new native tree nurseries. Then we’ll continue giving more organically grown, native species trees to smallholders in Brazil’s endangered Atlantic Rainforest. My…Read More
If you’ve followed this blog through the years, you know I’ve lost hope more than once along the way, due to the many challenges faced by my field partners. While searching for even a glimmer of hope to keep this…Read More
Over the last six years of rainforest renewal projects in Brazil, I’ve had to dig deep to keep finding hope for our beautiful planet’s future. Once a haven of biodiversity, 93% of Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest has been destroyed during the…Read More
The flying river is a movement of large quantities of water vapor transported in the atmosphere from the Amazon Basin to other parts of South America. The forest trees release water vapor into the atmosphere through transpiration and this moisture…Read More
I’m really happy to have the support of Tree Sisters for our new book and campaign with this guest blog post. Please do follow the link below to read it fully––I think it’s a good one! And, I deeply appreciate…Read More