The tiny urban forests bringing nature to the heart of the city – BBC World Service
Forests the size of tennis courts are being planted in towns and cities around the world. They use a special method from Japan, called Miyawaki, which can grow a dense forest in just a few years.
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At that size they won’t make much of a dent in climate change but they do have many benefits including bringing increased biodiversity into the heart of the city.
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