Have you ever noticed when you see those artist renderings of the future, everything is pretty and green, the sky is blue and it just gives the feeling of Utopia? Well, as you look outside your window, reality often paints a different picture off smog filled skies, drought-sticken vegitation, weird weather patterns and climatic changes. Humans still generate more carbon than the atmoshere can handle.
For tree care professionals, there is a balance between planting and caring for trees that help the environment while still being green in the process. This week on #treechat, Nicholas Crawford aka @BullMeister, studied and practicing arborist, will be painting the picture of what arboritculture may look like in the future. Everything from tools, pest management to recycling debris, he'll open his chystal ball and share his views on this relevant topic.
The live chat begins 8/6/13 at 11AM PST via Twitter, where we come together each week with industry experts and fellow tree tweeps to discuss all things related to trees and tree care, since 2010!
Topic Discussion Overview
Some of the main discussion points that will be covered during the live chat include;
Future of Arborist Tools - Discover what Nicholas sees as the arborist tools of the future to help "green" the industry and environment
Controlling Pest - Chemicals and organic solutions, learn what pest management may look like in the future
Debris Disposal - Discuss ways of recycling tree debris in the green environment
Bring your questions, thoughts and ideas and join Nicholas for his introspective look at the future of arboriculture in the green era!
Participating on Treechat
Joining treechat is easy for anyone on Twitter to join! Just follow the conversation over and tweet from our new Twubs #treechat.
Come share with us on this great topic and we look forward to sharing with you on the live chat! If you miss the live chat, you can still access the transscript on Corona Tools' Storify. It will be posted following the chat and includes all the information, links and resources shared during the discussion so you don't miss a thing!
Already have an opinion about the topic? Tell us what you think in the comments below then join us for the live chat!