A sample of a documentary I wrote, recorded and edited about 'Trees'.
Middle Aged (35-54)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Most of us walk past them every day. They are strong. They are silent and yet constant. They are vital to human survival on earth. But how much do we really know about trees and how is their competition for water, minerals and light affected their ability to survive in an ever changing climate tonight? Beth Silverstone explores the fascinating and extraordinary relationship trees have with not only their kin but also with an ever adapting environment. In a world where change is inevitable, the canopy must therefore work together to ensure group survival on this planet. The concept of constant for these miraculous living structures is merely a leafy dream.