The high cost of losing urban trees

Nate Berg, writing for the Atlantic Cities:

Through energy savings, air and water filtering and carbon storage, the urban trees of Tennessee account for more than $638 million in benefits, according to a report conducted by the Forest Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and released earlier this year.

Planting trees is probably one of the most cost-effective investments a city could make.

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