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In bid for healthier cities, Ethiopia aims to boost urban green
by Elias Gebreselassie
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
11 October 2018
On 11 October 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
For the past few years, several regions and cities in Ethiopia have been planting trees and increasing green spaces to improve the lives of their residents. Now the Ministry of Forestry, Environment and Climate Change (MoFEC) wants to build an integrated approach among local, regional and federal government institutions to spread the benefits of urban greening to even the most congested cities. Those benefits can include a cooler and shadier environment; less noise pollution as trees muffle the sounds of traffic, loud music and factories -- and fewer climate changing emissions in the atmosphere.
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