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UK Environment: 130,000 trees will be planted in to help tackle climate change
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20 May 2019
On 20 May 2019 BBC News reported:
130,000 trees will be planted across England's towns and cities in a bid to do more for the environment. Experts say that planting more trees is crucial in the fight against climate change and it doesn't just stop there; trees in urban areas can absorb noise, reduce flood risk, lower temperatures through shading, and create green spaces for communities to come together.
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