WWF-Australia partner and Olympic Gold Medalist Bronte Campbell chats to Dr Kim Loo from Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) and Dr Stuart Blanch from WWF-Australia among the trees in Cooper Park, Bellevue Hill.
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16 Mar 2023
Can trees save us? Olympic swimmer and WWF-Australia partner Bronte Cambpell is here to find out!
Joining our resident tree expert, Dr Stuart Blanch, and Doctors for the Environment's Dr Kim Loo, Bronte learns why trees are crucial for our health in the first epidsode of our new series, Chats For Change.
Watch on to find out more about the amazing, life-saving power of trees.
More and more, we are turning to technology to help us tackle the ever-growing environmental crisis. But the irony is that an important part of the solution already exists and has done for millions of years - trees.
Our well-being. Our communities. Our wildlife. Our planet. We all need trees to survive.
Head to wwf.org.au/we-all-need-trees to learn more and find out easy ways to help us protect trees into the future.
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