Source: The human brain would rather look at nature than city streets | Around the O
Source: New study links major fashion brands to Amazon deforestation | Brazil | The Guardian
Source: Gardeners urged to plant natives in bid to help battling native Australian bees – ABC News
Source: 8 things to know about palm oil | WWF
Source: Brazil wants U.S. to pay not to raze Amazon | TheHill “Hey US, the Amazon is a lovely rain forest. Lungs of the world they say. Would be a shame if something were to happen to it. Maybe you could see your way to donating a few dollars to me and the boys here …
Species are disappearing at more than 100 times the natural rate Source: Extinction crisis ‘poses existential threat to civilisation’ – BBC News
Source: A Deadly Bacteria Kills Olive Trees Across Southern Europe : NPR
According to a journalist, a state-owned firm in Perak has taken over the development. Source: A Retired Planter’s Rainforest Nursery With 2 Million Trees Is Being Bulldozed In Perak
One $US5,000 tree from China, 19 years and counting, and a lot of hard work is what Tibby Dixon has put into having the first seedless lychees growing in Australia. Source: Seedless lychee trees bearing fruit after decades of hard work – ABC Rural – ABC News File this under: plants I want to steal.
Morrison and Berejiklian can’t see the forest for the burning trees Forcing coal mines on people who don’t want them, causing catastrophes that are killing people, and, as is par for the course for these governments, avoiding all responsibility.
Australia spends billions planting trees – then wipes out carbon gains by bulldozing them Little more than two years of land clearing will cancel out the $1.5bn in taxpayer funds that goes towards protecting native habitat
Nearly half of Australia’s native plants are under threat from climate change preserving species diversity is crucial for healthy bush and cultivated land. Farms need paddock trees and areas of native vegetation as habitat for native birds and mammals.
Amazing and Magnificent Trees In the World I think that I shall never see … I think that I should like to see a number of these magnificent trees.