Trees improve urban air quality
This discussion paper examines the serious health issues that still exist relating to air quality in towns and cities.
This is despite air quality in the UK having improved in recent decades, with concentrations of some pollutants now levelling off.
The paper discusses how cleaner air is often cited as just one of the potential benefits of increasing tree cover in urban areas.Download PDF (0.98 MB)
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