Leeds – planting 5.8 million trees

6 August 2020

Leeds is responding to the climate emergency and aiming to achieve its carbon neutral objective by 2030 by, in part, planting trees.

The city plans to create these new woodlands, with the help of a growing cadre of volunteers, and will focus on education and work with local businesses in this ambitious plan to convert 1,250 hectares to woodland over the next 25 years.

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Alex Godson Eurocities Writer