We’re heading up into the clouds, 450 metres above the Babonneau rainforest floor, through towering gum trees, ficus trees and fiddlehead ferns to reach the bright blue skies above the treetops.
Today, 26th January, is Australia Day. The fire season in Australia began in late July and has to-date cost the lives of 29 people and an estimated half a billion wild animals have died in the Australian bush fires.
The number of threatened ancient woodlands tops the thousand mark. The Woodland Trust is aiming to change the fate of trees and woodland in the UK.
Scores of people across the UK donned their wellies and picked up their shovels to plant trees on a mass day of climate change action at the end of last month.