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Milan: The grey city is going green
by Annalisa Girardi
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10 January 2019
On 10 January 2019 Forbes reported:
Milan, the city of Italian fashion and the economic capital of the country, is going green. Local authorities have announced plans to plant 3 million trees by 2030, believing that the increase in greenery will have a positive effect on the quality of air, and consequently on the health of the people. According to Italian media, the city's authorities are planning to create 20 new urban parks, to extend the already existing ones, and to make the most out of discarded areas like an abandoned freight railway network which will be turned into seven parks. Trees will also be planted in more than 2,000 schoolyards and in private gardens, parking lots will be reconverted into parks, and greenery will be also planted on flat rooftops, with 10 million square meters already fit for the project.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of government and health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
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