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Singapore embarks on a million-tree planting spree to protect its future
by Claire Turrell
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11 October 2020
On 11 October 2020 Mongabay reported:
Singapore has launched a new nature park that covers 400 hectares (990 acres), in an area that serves as a refueling site for migratory birds and a home to oriental hornbills, otters, and crocodiles. The initiative is part of a larger effort to plant 1 million trees across the city-state by 2030. In addition to adding wildlife habitat, researchers say reforestation will help sequester carbon, lower the temperature of the city, and provide buffers against erosion and a rising sea.
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