New York City Mapped All of its Trees and Calculated the Economic Benefits of Every Single One

Signal of change / New York City Mapped All of its Trees and Calculated the Economic Benefits of Every Single One

By Dorothy Ng / 20 Dec 2016

New York City Mapped All of its Trees and Calculated the Economic Benefits of Every Single One

Public spaces, squares, and parks in New York City are administered by the city's Department of Parks & Recreation (NYC Parks). In recent years, the agency has been responsible for creating new programs to help children, youth and adults be aware of the importance of caring for their urban landscape.



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