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Final Session of "The Songs of Trees" Book Club with David G. Haskell - Shared screen with speaker view
sid woods
01:10:16
Thank you both (all) sooo much; this conversation has lifted and connected to so much energy and inspiration. Deep breaths to all--
Catherine Long
01:10:20
“Leave alone a plot of land (lawn?) for some years and see what arrives.” Reminds me somewhat of journalist Alan Weisman’s book The World Without Us, which tells the story of what would happen if people did not roam the earth and plants had free roam of the environments.
Pat Barnwell
01:12:02
Thanks for a thoughtful conversation.
Emergence Magazine
01:13:19
Learn more about our July Book Club reading Linda Hogan’s book, “Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World.” https://emergencemagazine.org/community/#dwellings-a-spiritual-history-of-the-living-world
Fatima Khan
01:13:20
Thank you so much! Your writing does have impact David. Would love to know about an updated reading list of environmental writing from different cultures, perspectives
Peter Revill
01:13:23
Thank you both.
Catherine Long
01:13:27
High point in my day, thank you all.
Kat Brown
01:13:38
Thank you for a great conversation.
Emergence Magazine
01:13:41
Join Bathsheba Demuth and Robert Macfarlane on July 15th for a live conversation about Bathsheba’s latest book “An Environmental History of the Bering Strait”: https://emergencemagazine.org/community/#floating-coast-an-environmental-history-of-the-bering-strait
Jo Kieft
01:13:55
Thank you David and Chelsea, a thought provoking discussion :)
Katherine Peters
01:13:57
Thank you both!