England Tree Strategy needs "intelligent" targets, says Royal Town Planning Institute

The Government’s England Tree Strategy must be clear in setting out the role of trees in supporting biodiversity and public health post-Covid, says the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).

by Dan Symonds
RTPI has called for ‘intelligent’ tree planting targets that look at the quality and type of trees - credit: Pixabay
RTPI has called for ‘intelligent’ tree planting targets that look at the quality and type of trees - credit: Pixabay

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