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Trees and the Urban Environment - Overview

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Urban forests are recognized as important storage sites for carbon dioxide, the  primary greenhouse gas. Trees reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide by directly sequestering carbon dioxide in their stems and leaves as they grow.  

The document attached below is an overview of trees and the Urban Environment.

You may also be interested in reading about Trees in the District.