Most people believe that nature is characterized by competition and conflict—red in tooth and claw, as the poet Tennyson said. But recent science suggests that cooperative relationships among living things have both shaped the world around us and knit ecosystems together. How can we uphold these cooperative relationships and become a cooperative partner with the rest of life? Join us with Biodiversity for a Livable Climate as we host Kristin Ohlson, a Portland, OR, writer and author of _Sweet in Tooth and Claw: Stories of Cooperation and Generosity in Nature_ and _The Soil Will Save Us_. Kristin is joined in conversation by ecosystem restoration specialist Jim Laurie.
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