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Green streets can cut pollution, says study
by Mark Kinver, Environment reporter
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18 July 2012
On 18 July 2012 BBC News reported:
The creation of 'green walls' in urban areas could cut pollution by up to 30%, scientists have suggested. UK researchers say more trees and other vegetation at street level would clean air in areas that are normally exposed to higher pollution levels. Plants in towns and cities have been shown to remove nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter (PM), both of which are harmful to human health. The findings appear in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.
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