One Tree, One Planet
The ONE TREE, ONE PLANET artwork celebrates Earth’s rich diversity of animals, plants and other organisms represented by the Tree of Life, the immense network of relationships that links all living things. The message of the series is simple: We’re all related.
Learn more at onetreeoneplanet.org
The short film TreeTender (2016) follows a young woman, Gaia, becoming the newest TreeTender. We see her learning about the Tree of Life, the connections between all organisms on the Tree, the importance of understanding these connections, and the human-caused mass extinction currently occurring.
The film, additional information and a curriculum bundle for K-12 educators and undergraduate classes can be download and are also available at treetender.org.
Learn more at treetender.org
Building, Exploring, and using the Tree of Life
Douglas Soltis discusses the history of the concept of the “Tree of Life,” tree thinking, and the difficulty of building large trees. Pam Soltis continues with the theme of conservation in response to climate change by considering how the tree of life can help with conservation efforts.
Building the Tree of Life: TEDxUF 2016
Douglas Soltis explains the interrelation of all species on earth with a beautiful, brilliant, constantly-evolving map, presented at the 2016 TEDxUF event.