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In NATURE’S STRATEGIES, Erwin Thoma describes the immeasurable cosmos of trees: their evolution, their strategies for survival, their bonds with us humans. In his typical entertaining style and with great expert knowledge he explains what we can learn from trees and why their time has finally arrived, now more than ever.
Cooperation, moderate growth, networking and ecological thinking if we want to stop climate change and reverse the destruction of nature, we cannot avoid using these and many other survival strategies the trees have developed over centuries. Erwin Thoma portrays their evolution vividly and extensively and shows how trees struggle from a small seed into the sky, how they enter into relationships with other forest dwellers, and how new life grows out of their demise.
NATURE’S STRATEGIES is an unusual book on trees and a passionate appeal to start building a better tomorrow.