Trees "not enough to solve air quality problems at city scale"

Current evidence suggests that trees would not be enough to solve the air quality problems at a city scale, although there is evidence that healthy, well-chosen and well placed urban trees "can provide a large range of benefits valuable to the economy and to people, including a relatively small impact on urban air quality," Defra has said.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: Aaron Hatton/Pexels
Image: Aaron Hatton/Pexels

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