Joaquín Araújo. María Zambrano identifies him by defining the poet as “the man devoured by the spaces of the forest”. In fact, he lives, as a farmer and goat herder, in the heart of the woods of the Villuercas. He has planted as many trees as days he has lived, about 25,000. He has been curator and author of 30 exhibitions, director and/or scriptwriter of 340 documentaries and has made some 5,000 radio programs and given some 2,500 conferences. His permanent commitment to the defense of nature has been recognized through 51 awards, among which he was the first Spaniard to be awarded the UN Global 500 and the Wilderness Writing Award, and also the only Spaniard to be twice awarded the National Environment Prize.