Margaret Lowman

Nicknamed the “Real-Life Lorax” by National Geographic and “Einstein of the Treetops” by the Wall Street Journal, Meg Lowman pioneered the science of rainforest canopy ecology.

  • Chief of Science & Sustainability, California Academy of Sciences
  •  Works relentlessly to “map” the rainforest canopy for biodiversity and to champion forest conservation around the world
  • Her book, Life in the Treetops, received a rave cover review in the New York Times Sunday Book Review

Margaret Lowman Life in the Treetops