What role could trees possibly play in the survival of Los Angeles…and of cities everywhere?
Today one of the most critical issues city dwellers face is ensuring ample clean water. In Los Angeles, a city that must import close to 90% of the water it drinks, trees have a...
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Tag: Andy Lipkis
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Andy Lipkis is founder and president of TreePeople, a nonprofit agency that has pioneered efforts at urban reforestation and creating a "sustainable city." Documentarian Harry Wiland sat with Lipkis to talk about the impact of the Southern California wildfires and our possible...
February 1, 2001 | 7:00 pm