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Go green for healthier, happier, richer cities
by Lin Taylor
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6 June 2018
On 6 June 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Green infrastructure -- from more cycle lanes to cleaner air -- not only helps the environment but also boosts jobs, health, and productivity, according to research released on Wednesday (6 June). Spending money on improved public transport could create up to 23 million extra jobs each year, according to researchers at the University of Leeds in Britain. The team analyzed more than 700 papers on the impact of low-carbon infrastructure on cities around the world.
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