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For a megacity, Tokyo is rich in trees. gillyberlin/flickr

We calculated how much money trees save for your city

In an increasingly urban world, trees can make a major difference. One study found that, for every dollar invested in planting, megacities saw a $2.50 return on their investment.
Plant worker at Gorham Paper & Tissue, Gorham, New Hampshire, 2015. Erikabarker/Wikipedia

Is the paper industry getting greener? 5 questions answered

Pulp and paper production is a major industry with a large environmental footprint. Recently, though, paper companies have worked to reduce pollution and promote sustainable forestry and recycling.
Not just a way to beat the heat, urban forests also reduce air pollution and provide other services for the economy. kiddocone/flickr

Why more cities need to add up the economic value of trees

Cutting-edge urban foresters argue not only for the intrinsic value of trees but also for the many economic and health benefits.

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