Stories from Earth: with updates on Ecosia and our reforestation projects, conversations with remarkable environmentalists, fascinating facts and personal stories. Brought to you with love from Ecosia's HQ in Berlin and our reforestation projects around the world. Why Ecosia is not creating a personal profile of you, and how Ecosia compares to other search engines. Jonathan Drori has written a book — or love letter — about trees. We talk to him about his ongoing fascination. Visiting Ecosia's reforestation project in Brazil has changed how I think about coding and my home.
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TreesAreKey with Paul Johnson helps listeners better understand and care for their trees. Weekly podcasts feature a short lesson and tree of the week, and share upcoming tree-related events around Texas. From planting to pruning, famous to flowering, to soil, sun and shade, and what to do when faced with disaster -- Trees Are Key has you covered. His resume includes radio talk show host, newspaper columnist, extension horticulturist, university adjunct instructor and plant health care specialist. Listen on Apple Podcasts. I know I am. But, there is an element of truth to both. Species Spotlight This week's tree is native to East Texas, has a distinctive bark and can help make tasty barbecue. Listen to this episode of TreesAreKey to learn more about shagbark hickory, Carya ovata. Water is Key to life for us and our trees.
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What does it take to live many hundreds or even thousands of years? For trees, it often means growing in places like cliffs where few other things can. My guest today has studied ancient cliff dwelling trees from all over the world and has uncovered some of the oldest living forests on our planet in the process. Joining us is Dr. Doug Larson whose work demonstrates that, far from excluding life, extremely harsh habitats can serve as refugia for plants and all of the organisms they support. Join us for one of the most mind blowing scientific journeys I have ever had the pleasure of encountered and along the way, learn what these ancient trees can teach us about our species and more. Learn more about Dr.