sustainable human video library

Our stories counteract mainstream narratives about human nature and the human story, educate about the value of the natural world, promote holistic and interconnected views of the world, cultivate future conservationists and activists, help people understand themselves and navigate their way through the awakening process, and find their place in a life of service and meaning.


Suzanne Simard

Suzanne Simard is a Canadian scientist who is a professor in the Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences at the University of British Columbia. She received her PhD in Forest Sciences at Oregon State University. Before beginning to teach at the University of British Columbia, Simard worked as a research scientist at the British Columbia Ministry of Forests. Simard is best known for the research she has conducted on the underground networks of forests characterized by fungi and roots. She studies how these fungi and roots facilitate communication and interaction between trees and plants of an ecosystem.

Can you imagine trees communicating beneath your feet? What secrets do forests share through their hidden underground network?

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