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Greener, longer life: More trees reduce premature deaths in cities
by Umberto Bacchi
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20 November 2019
On 20 November 2019 Reuters reported:
City dwellers tend to live longer if they are in leafy neighborhoods, according to a study published on Wednesday [20 November] that linked green areas to lower rates of premature death. Trees in cities are already credited with cooling and cleaning the air and absorbing planet-warming gases, now researchers at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health have found they also keep death at bay.
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