GLA probes decline of London’s street trees

Now you see them: A visualisation of the Thames embankment highlights the threat posed to the capital’s public spaces if its tree population continues to shrink.

The Greater London Authority has launched an inquiry into the loss of street trees in London amid growing concern that they will die out, leaving the capital’s public spaces exposed to rising temperatures.

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