Meg Lowman Awarded International Prize for Changing the Arc of the Climate Crisis

Ambassador Vassilis Kaskarelis and Meg Lowman

Dr. Margaret (Meg) Lowman, Executive Director of the Sarasota-based TREE Foundation, has been awarded the 2023 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize by the Tällberg Foundation. Lowman was selected for this honor in recognition of her “scientific, educational and advocacy work globally to protect and restore forests.” The Prize

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Conserving Forests, Empowering Women Topic of International Canopy Conference Presentation by Meg Lowman

International Canopy Conference

TREE Foundation Executive Director and Mission Green founder Meg Lowman gave a virtual keynote talk during the 8th International Canopy Conference held October 15-19, 2023, in Xishuangbanna, China. Meg’s talk was delivered during the Canopy Education sessions of the conference, and was focused on using Mission Green’s

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7 Things to Do to Prevent Forest Fires

Unfortunately, in the face of climate change, forest fires happen more frequently than ever and are increasingly destructive to infrastructure, property, precious wildlife, and countless species of trees and plant life. Here are seven ideas for how you can help prevent forest fires. Be aware of any

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TREE Foundation Adds Two New Board Members

Robert Beck and Carmela French

The TREE Foundation of Sarasota has added two new board members: recently retired pediatrician/neonatologist Dr. Robert Beck of Fairfax, Virginia, and EarthJustice legal recruiter Carmela French of Washington, DC. TREE Foundation, an international non-profit organization based in Sarasota, is dedicated to tree and forest research, exploration, education,

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Meg Lowman Receives Explorers Medal

TREE Foundation founder and executive director Meg Lowman has received the Explorers Medal for her formidable career as an arbornaut — a lifetime dedicated to exploring the treetops and protecting trees and forests around the globe. In homage to her passion and love for creatures of the

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