Trees, Carbon, & Oxygen

Richard Feynman was a Nobel prize winning physicist and one of the great minds of the twentieth century. He was a gifted and charming speaker and was one of true characters of science. Here he explains beautifully without realising my personal motives in sharing this, how trees store carbon, release oxygen, and hence why they are so important for everything.

Excuse the quality but bear with it, it is worth it. This was recorded in 1983.

 

How trees work, by Richard Feynman from Jersey Trees for Life on Vimeo.