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German capital launches initiative to protect trees from summer heat
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22 August 2020
On 22 August 2020 Reuters reported:
Residents of Germany's capital Berlin can do their bit to ensure the city's trees get enough water during the hot summer months as part of a new neighbourhood initiative. On an interactive map ... users can trace and track 625,000 trees in Berlin, including their type, age, and water needs. Once an account has been set up users can exchange information, enabling better coordination to take care of trees in the city.
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