Forests

How mapping trees in America's cities could fight inequality and slow climate change

'Trees are nature’s air conditioning, reducing neighbourhood temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit' Image: Unsplash

Jad Daley

President and CEO, American Forests

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