Why cities should plant more trees

Over 3 million people die annually from air pollution. Planting trees can help lower that number.

Trees help improve public health by cleaning and cooling the air around them. As the threat of climate change steadily increases, planting trees is a fairly simple way city leaders can help stem the negative consequences of rising temperatures and increasing population density.


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