“I haven’t seen anybody do anything like that before,” researchers commented.
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Researchers desperately call for the protection of this area, of which 99% has already been destroyed.
In truth, all cities in the world would benefit from planting more trees.
The redwood has the 2nd largest genome in the world.
We should appreciate what we have — and I mean trees.
A Heldreich pine discovered in southern Italy has been thriving for more than 1230 years.
It could start a self-reinforcing loop.
The benefits that trees provide — both in terms of the environment and our health — should not be understated.
MIT found an elegant solution to a complex problem.
The story of the manchineel — a tree that grows on the coast of tropical locations — and why should stay the heck away from it.
Manchester officials have announced plans for a City of Trees: 3 million new trees will be added to the city area over the next 25 years
The history of a powerful Christmas symbol.
Biologists have located the world’s tallest tropical tree, a 94.1-metre (309-foot) specimen in Borneo. I
A Bosnian Pine from Greece has been dated to be at least 1075 years old, making it the oldest living thing in Europe.
A Yellow Meranti tree that towers at about 89.5m tall was discovered by Cambridge researchers in Malaysia.
A team of NASA researchers has developed the first ever method for identifying and studying underground forest fungi from outer space, providing information that will help us better understand how forests will develop. Mycorrhizal fungi (underground fungus) are more similar to a city network than to individual organisms. They are complex intertwined networks that can spread for miles and miles
The latest, most complete tree is the result of a three-year effort by researchers from over a dozen institutions from around the world. They combined tens of thousands of diagrams into one single tree, most easily read as a circle.
Recently, we wrote an article about the biggest tree census ever conducted, and the results were pretty grim. Sure, there are some 3 trillion trees on Earth, but the bad news is that there used to be almost twice as many – before humans chipped in. Humanity has cut down 46% of the planet’s trees, and we’re continuing to do
Today, the Earth has approximately 3 trillion trees left standing – about 422 per person – but we’ve already cut 46% of them.