<strong>Why Tree Planting Programs in Redlined Neighborhoods Would Build Heat Equity</strong>

Why Tree Planting Programs in Redlined Neighborhoods Would Build Heat Equity

Why Tree Planting Programs in Redlined Neighborhoods Would Build Heat Equity

09/07/22

“Why would tree planting programs in redlined neighborhoods build heat equity?”

Redlined neighborhoods in the U.S have fewer trees, shade, and foliage, causing them to become much warmer during heat waves. But by committing to programs to plant more trees, progress can be made in correcting this decades-long inequity. This is Why Tree Planting Programs in Redlined Neighborhoods Would Build Heat Equity.

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