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The Nature of Our Cities: How Technology and Ecology Are Redefining Urban Life

Nadina Galle, Ph.D., is an ecological engineer and National Geographic Explorer whose work inhabits the rich borderlands between modern technology and deep nature. We live in a world replete with enormous challenges, and one of the biggest might be the increasing societal disconnection with nature and natural systems amidst a booming technological era focused, at […]

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As Recognition of Intelligent Forest Systems Grows, So Has Pushback

University of British Columbia Professor of Forest Ecology and bestselling author Suzanne Simard has been at the forefront of research on plant communication and intelligence. Simard is globally renowned for her work on how trees interact and communicate using below-ground fungal networks and has authored more than 200 peer-reviewed articles as well as the bestselling […]

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Navigating the Waters of Ecological Innovation: A Conversation with Erin English on Integrated Water Strategies and Biophilic Design

Water is a fundamental component intricately interwoven with the fabric of our ecosystems, communities, and civilizations. As we grapple with the profound implications of climate change, urbanization, and unsustainable practices, the imperative to reimagine our relationship with water has never been more pressing. A key strategist in this pivotal paradigm shift is Erin English, a […]