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How much are the trees on our streets worth?
Street trees have a potentially significant role to play in climate change adaptation because they can moderate urban environments, for example by capturing particulate pollution. Forest Research’s literature review evaluated recent evidence and economic estimates of the health benefits provided by trees in towns and cities.
Full report – Health benefits of street trees
Commissioned and funded by the Forestry Commission
The project was completed in 2011.
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