Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative
The scientists' findings will help the League plan strategies to help redwoods thrive well into the future.

Press Inquiries

Please direct press inquiries to:
Donna Berry Glass
Senior Counselor, Landis Communications Inc.
Office Phone: 415-561-0888
Fax: (415) 561-0778
E-mail: donna@LandisPR.com

See League press releases on SaveTheRedwoods.org.

Initiative in the News

2013 | 2011 | 2010

2013

San Francisco Chronicle: Ancient redwoods in growth spurt of a lifetime (external link)
August 2013

Los Angeles Times: Climate change may be speeding coast redwood, giant sequoia growth (external link)
August 2013

San Jose Mercury News: Global warming may be helping redwoods and sequoias grow, new study shows (external link)
August 2013

Marin Independent Journal: Surprise findings: Climate change causes Marin redwoods to grow bigger (external link)
August 2013

CBS SF Bay Area News: Climate Change May Help California Coastal Redwoods Grow Faster (external link)
August 2013

KQED Science blog: California's Redwoods May be Benefiting From Climate Change (external link)
August 2013

2011

NBC Bay Area: Can We Rescue the Redwood Trees? (external link)
July 2011

U.S. National Parks Service: A Cloudy Future for Redwoods? (external link)
June 2011

Huffington Post: Your iPhone: A Crowd-Sourced Field Guide to Save the Planet (external link)
May 2011

San Jose Mercury News: Snap a redwood photo, help a scientist (external link)
April 2011

Sierra Magazine: Standing Tall (external link)
March/April 2011


2010

SFGate: Scientists look to redwoods for answers on warming (external link)
November 2010

ABC7: Billionaire funding climate change study on treesPDF (external link)
August 2010

Arcata Eye: Dream Team Of Enviro-Scientists Unfurling Riddle Of The Rings (external link)
August 2010

Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Study: How tall trees could fare in climate change (external link)
August 2010

 

 




Save the Redwoods League

For more than 90 years, Save the Redwoods League has been dedicated to protecting the ancient redwood forests so all generations can experience the inspiration and majesty of redwoods. In 1850, there were nearly 2 million acres of ancient coast redwood forests in California. Today, less than 5 percent remains and faces threats from unsustainable logging practices, poorly planned development and global climate change. Since its founding in 1918, the League has completed the purchase of more than 190,000 acres of land.

Save the Redwoods League
114 Sansome Street, Suite 1200
San Francisco, CA 94104

Email: rcci@SaveTheRedwoods.org
Phone: 415-362-2352