Disrupting how we think about forestry... and climate change solutions - noteworthy TED Talk

The research of biologist, conservationist, ecologist, environmentalist Dr. Suzanne Simard has truly groundbreaking implications for how we can rapidly regenerate our forests in order to affect climate change and combat global warming. If we approach forestry as systems and networks of interconnected organisms, preserve the legacy of old trees and champion diversity, we can succeed.

Disrupting how we think of forestry:

1. No 'one-fits-all' approach - local forest stewardship 2. Save old forests - less cutting 3. Conserve 'mother trees' to save legacies 4. Allow forests to regenerate naturally, self-heal through diversity

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