Tagged ‘Landscape And Urban Planning’
U.S. cities are losing around 4 million trees each year, but increasingly local governments are imposing soil minimums to help stem the tide. Here’s a look at four such policies.
Mature urban trees are known to reduce crime, improve air quality and save energy. Many local policies focus on the number of trees that get planted, rather than the quality. But that’s not the case everywhere, and explains why places like Dublin, Ohio will have a healthy urban forest for years to come.