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As cities get warmer, their trees lose some of their ability to take carbon out of the atmosphere

All hail the urban tree. These woody wonders standing sentinel along sidewalks and in city parks do more to improve our lives than most of us realize. Trees filter our air and water and increase biodiversity in our neighborhoods by providing habitats for animals. Just being near them has been shown...
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