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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TreePeople, the environmental nonprofit committed to greening Los Angeles with trees, received a $50,000 donation on Feb. 24 from the Sempra Energy Foundation for reforestation efforts in the San Bernardino Mountains. TreePeople plans to restore more than 185,000 acres that were damaged by wildfires in 2003 and 2007.
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November 30, 2006 | 7:00 pmA Sense of Israel
The Israel Ministry booth opened with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony with Israel's top ministers and Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz. More than 100 people gathered to watch at the 75th annual United Jewish Communities General Assembly as the ministers cut the ribbon...
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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...