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Trees are important for cleaner air in cities
by Ulrika Ernstrom - University of Gothenburg
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31 December 2021
On 31 December 2021 Science Daily reported:
Air pollution levels vary greatly between different places in Gothenburg, Sweden. This is the finding of a new study led by researchers at the University of Gothenburg, which concludes that trees contribute to cleaner air in cities. That green spaces can improve the quality of life and create a better climate in our cities is well known, but how important is vegetation for producing cleaner city air? This question is the focus of an extensive collaborative project led by researchers at University of Gothenburg.
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