I don’t know about you, but it can be very difficult to read about climate change without feeling incredibly helpless. It often seems impossible to have much of an impact on a topic of literally global proportions.
But then I read about Diana Beresford-Kroeger. Because trees store carbon dioxide and feed oxygen into the air, Dr. Beresford-Kroeger says they are “the best and only thing we have right now to fight climate change and do it fast.”
So she has been busy curating her own arboretum, complete with rare, but hardy, species that she believes can help fight climate change. Imagine if we all followed in her footsteps and planted a tree or a plant.
I’ll share some more motivations in my next post to help you, like Dr. Beresford-Kroeger, make a difference.