Ascend to new heights with Meg Lowman, PhD, aka “CanopyMeg,” as she takes us on a thrilling expedition to the “eighth continent,” where half of our terrestrial biodiversity lives in the tree canopy. This lecture is also a fun learning discovery for the whole family!
Viewers are welcome to send “CanopyMeg” any comments or questions during the presentation, and she will answer them following the lecture.
About the lecture:
“An eye-opening and enchanting book by one of our major scientist-explorers.” — Diane Ackerman, author of The Zookeeper’s Wife
Journey with “CanopyMeg,” also nicknamed the “Real-Life Lorax” by National Geographic and “Einstein of the treetops” by Wall Street Journal, as she takes us on an adventure into the “eighth continent” of the world’s treetops. Come hear about Meg’s journey as a tree scientist, and her expertise with climate action and forest conservation. Meg connects to audiences across what she calls the “K through Gray” spectrum, meaning just about everyone.
“CanopyMeg,” a biologist, botanist, and conservationist, is also the world’s first global arbornaut (i.e., treetop explorer). More than 30 years ago, she first climbed tropical trees using ropes and a slingshot and planned one of the world’s first walkways. Meg’s mantra is, “No child left indoors!”
Image credit: Photo courtesy of the TREE Foundation.
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