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Climate change: Trees 'most effective solution' for warming

Climate change: Trees 'most effective solution' for warming | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

Researchers say an area the size of the US is available for planting trees around the world, and this could have a dramatic impact on climate change.The study shows that the space available for trees is far greater than previously thought, and would reduce CO2 in the atmosphere by 25%. The authors say that this is the most effective climate change solution available to the world right now. But other researchers say the new study is "too good to be true".

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FoE Malta recommends holistic policy for trees

FoE Malta recommends holistic policy for trees | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

Submission of Friends of the Earth Malta in response to Public Consultation – Trees and Woodlands Protection Regulations & Guidelines on Works involving Trees,  FoE Malta has recently submitted its recommendations as part of the public consultation exercise. Whilst welcoming any legislation that protects trees, FoE Malta believes that the legislation falls shor

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Egypt Plants 590 Trees to Reduce Pollution in Eastern Delta

Egypt Plants 590 Trees to Reduce Pollution in Eastern Delta | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it
Egypt’s Ministry of Environment planted 590 fruitful trees in the eastern Delta on Saturday to reduce pollution and celebrate World Environment Day, according to a statement on its Facebook page. The ministry of environment branch in the eastern Delta is implementing the nationwide initiative to plant one million trees across the republic, which aims to […]
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Why Malta desperately needs more trees - Friends Of the Earth

Why Malta desperately needs more trees - Friends Of the Earth | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

Despite the objective necessity to make Malta greener, trees do not enjoy particularly high respect here. Every week we are presented with disquieting images of trees being uprooted and replaced with yet another concrete structure. It is time to challenge the current under appreciation of trees and to recognize their indispensible role in our everyday life."

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