July 20, 2018

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Why are 2,000 Year Old Baobab Trees Suddenly Dying Off?

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Here at Limitless Good we are all about celebrating and sharing the good.  The thing is, some events are just not good, no matter how you look at it.  Still, by being educated and informed on problems, maybe we can still find ways to do good.  Which brings us to...

2,000 Year Old Baobab Trees Are Suddenly Dying Off

Baobab trees are known for their resilience.  You have to be a pretty tough tree to survive for 2,000 years!

Unfortunately, a new study shows that 9 of the 13 oldest and largest Baobab trees (some over 2,000 years old) have died or are dying.

What is suddenly killing off these Baobab trees?  Two words -

Climate Change

You can read all about it here.

Where is The Possible Good In Any of This?

Events like this make it very clear that Climate Change is real and will have profound impacts on our planet.  Maybe this can be yet another wake up call that we will need to do some good and take action to minimize climate change.  

Here is a great list of organizations that are working to fight climate change.  Take a look at the organizations, find one that you like and reach out to them.  See if there are ways you can work together to fight climate change.

So while the research on the ancient Baobab trees is certainly alarming, let's not give up.  Let's do what this community does best - DO GOOD!  If we all take some action to fight climate change, the impact on the Baobab trees and the planet will be profound.  Remember, when you Do Good, you also Feel Good!

 


Dan Nessel
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