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Glasgow to plant 18m trees as city readies for Cop26 climate summit
by Severin Carrell, Scotland Editor
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8 July 2021
On 8 July 2021 The Guardian reported:
Councils in the Glasgow area have pledged to plant 18m trees --- equivalent to 10 trees for every resident – as the city prepares to host a global climate summit later this year. ... Max Hislop, CCF's [Clyde Climate Forest] incoming director, said its goals included greatly increasing tree cover in some of Glasgow's poorest peripheral estates, such as Easterhouse and Castlemilk, and former coal-mining sites, as well as planting trees in city streets, parks, and squares to help cooling during heatwaves.
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