FRED HAGENEDER’S GATEWAY TO THE MEANING OF TREES IN CULTURE AND CONSCIOUSNESS

Felix Finkbeiner delivering his speech at the UN headquarters. © Plant-for-the-Planet
climate care

UN speech: Children plant for the planet

Felix Finkbeiner giving a UN speech about the importance of forests for world climate and social justice and that nobody is too small to make a difference.

Buddhist monks in northwest Cambodia ordaining a tree. © Equator Initiative
climate care

Buddhist monks ordain trees

The monks of the Samraong Pagoda received the 2010 Equator Prize for saving evergreen forest in northwest Cambodia by ordaining venerable trees as monks.

cloud forest at the Santa María Volcano, or Gagxanul, a sacred natural site in Guatemala. © Bas Verschuuren
conservation

Protecting sacred natural sites worldwide

A global programme to protect sacred sites and their biodiversity as well as cultural practices from industrialization, urbanization, and tourism has begun.

Anne Frank's tree fallen. © Elzinga/AP
conservation

Anne Frank’s chestnut tree will bloom again

The tree that once gave Anne Frank solace as she was hiding from the Nazis fell in a storm in August 2010, but cuttings have been taken and will be planted.

Dongria Kondh demo. © Survival International
conservation

Indian Tribe in victory over mining giant

The Indian Dongria Kondh tribe has won a ‘David and Goliath’ battle to save their land and sacred mountains from a multinational bauxite/aluminium company.

Logo der Pan-African Agency of the Great Green Wall
climate care

The Great Green Wall of Africa

The Great Green Wall aims to halt the spread of the South Sahara. At 9 miles wide and 4,800 miles long it equals the reforestation of 37 million acres.

Aerial view of the Pastaza River © Ammit Jack/shutterstock.com
climate care

The real importance of the Amazon rainforest

Not only the climate of South America depends on the ‘water management’ of the Amazon rainforest but the global climate of the entire northern hemisphere.

Tamarisk trees (Tamarix articulata) in the Sahara. © RosaFrei/istockphoto.com
climate care

Great Green Wall of China is growing

The work on the Green Wall of China began in 1978. So far, forests have been planted in thirteen provinces of China, covering 54 million acres (22m ha).

SM Raju at a tree-planting site. © Prashant Ravi
climate care

Massive tree-planting scheme in India

An single man in India has created an innovative programme to provide ‘sustainable employment’ to millions of poor people, by planting billions of trees.

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Felix Finkbeiner delivering his speech at the UN headquarters. © Plant-for-the-Planet
climate care

UN speech: Children plant for the planet

Felix Finkbeiner giving a UN speech about the importance of forests for world climate and social justice and that nobody is too small to make a difference.

Buddhist monks in northwest Cambodia ordaining a tree. © Equator Initiative
climate care

Buddhist monks ordain trees

The monks of the Samraong Pagoda received the 2010 Equator Prize for saving evergreen forest in northwest Cambodia by ordaining venerable trees as monks.

cloud forest at the Santa María Volcano, or Gagxanul, a sacred natural site in Guatemala. © Bas Verschuuren
conservation

Protecting sacred natural sites worldwide

A global programme to protect sacred sites and their biodiversity as well as cultural practices from industrialization, urbanization, and tourism has begun.

Anne Frank's tree fallen. © Elzinga/AP
conservation

Anne Frank’s chestnut tree will bloom again

The tree that once gave Anne Frank solace as she was hiding from the Nazis fell in a storm in August 2010, but cuttings have been taken and will be planted.

Dongria Kondh demo. © Survival International
conservation

Indian Tribe in victory over mining giant

The Indian Dongria Kondh tribe has won a ‘David and Goliath’ battle to save their land and sacred mountains from a multinational bauxite/aluminium company.

Logo der Pan-African Agency of the Great Green Wall
climate care

The Great Green Wall of Africa

The Great Green Wall aims to halt the spread of the South Sahara. At 9 miles wide and 4,800 miles long it equals the reforestation of 37 million acres.

Aerial view of the Pastaza River © Ammit Jack/shutterstock.com
climate care

The real importance of the Amazon rainforest

Not only the climate of South America depends on the ‘water management’ of the Amazon rainforest but the global climate of the entire northern hemisphere.

Tamarisk trees (Tamarix articulata) in the Sahara. © RosaFrei/istockphoto.com
climate care

Great Green Wall of China is growing

The work on the Green Wall of China began in 1978. So far, forests have been planted in thirteen provinces of China, covering 54 million acres (22m ha).

SM Raju at a tree-planting site. © Prashant Ravi
climate care

Massive tree-planting scheme in India

An single man in India has created an innovative programme to provide ‘sustainable employment’ to millions of poor people, by planting billions of trees.

Do You Want To Boost Your Business?

drop us a line and keep in touch