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Why the City of Light is about to get a lot greener
by Evan Nicole Brown
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11 July 2019
On 11 July 2019 Atlas Obscura reported:
If all goes according to plan, 'urban forests' will soon sprout near many of Paris's historic landmarks, including the Gare de Lyon railway station and the Hotel de Ville (city hall). These pockets of trees -- which will spring up in both hidden and heavily foot-trafficked areas -- are intended to simultaneously beautify and cool the increasingly hot city (which reached record high temperatures of 100-plus degrees Fahrenheit in June).
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