Residents from the LA StormCatcher Pilot Program speak to their experience being a role model for rainwater harvest and how people can make a difference to fight climate change.
Greater Los Angeles Water Collaborative
The communities of Los Angeles County can achieve a climate-resilient future and be better protected from flooding and drought. It's not just something that TreePeople believes. It's something we're actively working toward in partnership with the City and County of Los Angeles.
Surviving Drought and Climate Change
What lessons can we learn from Australia's historic "Millennium Drought" to create a water-secure future for Los Angeles? Watch to learn more about TreePeople's expert delegation and how we can adapt to a changing climate.
TreePeople: Who We Are
Learn more about TreePeople's vision to green Los Angeles using the power of trees and green infrastructure to create a water-secure and climate-resilient LA.
Andy Lipkis on PBS' Visionaries
Watch TreePeople's Founder and President, Andy Lipkis' appearance on PBS' Visionaries.
Andy Lipkis: You Do Make a Difference
An inspirational video about Andy Lipkis and how he founded TreePeople, his struggle to share the importance of trees and how his work has taught him that each of us really do make a difference in what choices we make every day. His story about the values of one oak tree and the services that it provides is not to be missed. Andy also provides insight into building healthier and more resilient cities.
Carrie Kahn of National Public Radio's Morning Edition discuss water conservation in Los Angeles with Andy Lipkis.
Ingrid Lobet of Public Radio International's Living on Earth shares the announcement of Los Angeles to plant one million trees in the city. Hear a recap of the historic roots of TreePeople and the green future of tree planting in L.A.
Connecting the Drops
Bioneers Radio's Revolution from the Heart of Nature program asks Andy Lipkis if Los Angeles can stop draining water from the Colorado River and become self-sufficient? TreePeople is tackling this in an unprecedented alliance with public works agencies. Hear how the more we learn about how ecosystems operate, the more sustainable we can design our cities.