Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Nalini Nadkarni tackles trees and people on NPR Morning Edition

Visit to listen to an interview by Robert Krulwich with author and forest biologist Dr. Nalini Nadkarni:

"Going Out On A Limb With A Tree-Person Ratio"
Krulwich on Science by Robert Krulwich. NPR Morning Edition, November 12, 2008

In her new book
Between Earth and Sky: Our Intimate Connections to Trees (University of California Press, July 2008), Nalini Nadkarni explores the many subtle and extraordinary ways that people rely on trees for the products they yield, the imagery they invoke, and the ecosystems they support.

It was my distinct pleasure to support Nalini Nadkarni in the creation of this book. You'll hear me chime in with a few words in the middle of this NPR broadcast.


  1. I got the book after seeing it recommended on this blog - thank you. It is amazing. So far, I have persuaded another friend to buy a copy.

  2. Greetings Jule, thanks for stopping by Arboreality. I'm glad you're enjoying Nalini Nadkarni's book - I never get tired of passing along a copy to a friend. There's just so much in there, a five-minute radio clip hardly seems to do the subject justice. ;)


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