In the scope of this first “Wellbeing Week”, and to remind us of the close link between nature and our health, here is a title picked from the best science books of 2016. In The Hidden Life of Trees: what they feel, how they communicate, subtitled “Discoveries from a secret world”, German forester Peter Wohlleben suggests that trees are more conscious and capable than we give them credit for. They feel pain, are aware of their surroundings and form social groups in the vein of human families, living with their offspring and communicating via a “wood-wide web” during a life span that can last thousands of years… (333.75 WOH)

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