After last summer draught in France, leaves turn brown prematurely, wind breaks branches weakened by the lack of sap, young trees with too shallow roots die. We pass by. Nature has the duty to mourn its corpses. Whether plants communicate or not, whether the death of a tree impacts the well being of others, whether a suffering tree may experience any form of pain, I cannot ignore the harm made to nature by climate change. If nature does not chant for its losses, let us listen to Ravel, and perhaps, also, take strong personal decisions for the planet.