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How Baltimore is saving urban forests - and its city
by Stephanie Hanes, Correspondent
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
10 June 2019
On 10 June 2019 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
The words 'city' and 'forest' don't usually go together. But urban forests can bring striking benefits, from lower crime rates to higher home values. With concern growing about climate change and rapid worldwide urbanization, city forests have emerged as one widely touted solution to a host of social and environmental challenges. Municipalities from Barcelona, Spain; to Melbourne, Australia; to Chicago have put urban canopy coverage at the center of their long-term strategic plans.
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