Forests: a community of sharing, nurturing and communicating

Opening perception's doors about trees is a necessary part of our awareness if we are to function mindfully and wisely on this amazing planet

Forests: a community of sharing, nurturing and communicating
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GRIGG: Opening perception’s doors about trees is a necessary part of our awareness if we are to function mindfully and wisely on this amazing planet

The wood wide web: nature’s underground Internet

Ecologist Suzanne Simard says plant communities are driven by competition and co-operation, making forests ‘more socialist than we thought’

The wood wide web: nature’s underground Internet
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GRIGG: Ecologist Suzanne Simard says plant communities are driven by competition and co-operation, making forests ‘more socialist than we thought’

The secret life of trees: part two

Children, with their special wisdom, recognize and accept trees as living beings with purposeful and deliberate behaviour

The secret life of trees: part two
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GRIGG: Children, with their special wisdom, recognize and accept trees as living beings with purposeful and deliberate behaviour

A vibrant intelligence deep within the forest

Forests are communities of trees, alive with marvellously sophisticated means of co-operation and communication

A vibrant intelligence deep within the forest
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GRIGG: Forests are communities of trees, alive with marvellously sophisticated means of co-operation and communication

The Donald has some fast learning to do

And we must trust his experience won't be too difficult for the rest of us

The Donald has some fast learning to do
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GRIGG: And we must trust his experience won’t be too difficult for the rest of us

Trudeau’s cunning strategy to kill LNG projects

Did the federal government grant a controversial project approval with the notion that economic and legal forces will preclude it ever being built?

Trudeau’s cunning strategy to kill LNG projects
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GRIGG: Did the federal government grant a controversial project approval with the notion that economic and legal forces will preclude it ever being built?

Judgment day awaits, and it all depends on what we do now

The world is changing in unprecedented ways because of human activity – it's exciting, even exhilarating, but it's also extremely dangerous

Judgment day awaits, and it all depends on what we do now
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GRIGG: The world is changing in unprecedented ways because of human activity – it’s exciting, even exhilarating, but it’s also extremely dangerous

Salmon farm industry faces harsh glare of court spotlight

By bringing suit for trespass, Marine Harvest Canada Inc. moves a critical discussion beyond the court of public opinion and into legal court

Salmon farm industry faces harsh glare of court spotlight
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GRIGG: By bringing suit for trespass, Marine Harvest Canada Inc. moves a critical discussion beyond the court of public opinion and into legal court

Extinction tourism’s seemingly unlimited potential

Imagine the rise of a whole new industry based on witnessing the alteration of the ecosystem and the elimination of species

Extinction tourism’s seemingly unlimited potential
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GRIGG: Imagine the rise of a whole new industry based on witnessing the alteration of the ecosystem and the elimination of species

Why the media shares blame for our ecological mess

Natural disasters – no longer as natural as they used to be – are rendered morally ambiguous as 'acts of God' rather than 'acts of man'

Why the media shares blame for our ecological mess
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GRIGG: Natural disasters – no longer as natural as they used to be – are rendered morally ambiguous as ‘acts of God’ rather than ‘acts of man’

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