How planting trees in cities can save thousands of lives

THROWING SHADE: A new study from The Nature Conservancy suggests that planting trees in cities can result in cooler temperatures, which can save up to 48 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity annually and avoid up to 13 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year, reducing air pollution for millions of urban residents.

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