More and more, we get questions like: What is the connection between soils, forests and climate change? What do forests do under the ground? What role do soils have in combating – or contributing to – climate change, and are our actions helping or hindering this?
During COP24 in Katowice, Poland, end of last year, it once again was discussed how to deal with an ever growing and demanding global population in an increasingly stressed environment.
This synergy of growth and potential between reforestation, business and investors and customers is real, somewhat like the ‘three-legged race’ often played by children…
Where do you go to get your food? What about your medicines, aspirin, antiseptics and the like?
“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.”
It’s April 2011 at the TEDxYYC event. As with so many public sharings of ideas, we pretty much expect to hear more stories of glory, heroism, the triumph of the human spirit over, through or along with extraordinarily challenging circumstances that seem to pervade our lives with far to great a frequency for comfort.
We hear it all the time; ‘Money can’t buy happiness!’. Whoever says that is just not spending it on the right things. It seems there are some things that we can buy that also buy happiness.
As we approach 15 million trees planted, we wanted to share some of our favourites.
The loss of biodiversity, wilderness and forest around the world in recent decades has been alarming.
Softball, baseball, karate, skateboarding, climbing and surfing have recently been approved by the International Olympic Committee for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.