A recent study by the U.S. Forest Service has valued the carbon storage provided by urban trees at an estimated 708 million tons, and with a value of $50 billion

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

From New York City's Central Park to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, America's urban forests store an estimated 708 million tons of carbon, an environmental service with an estimated value of $50 billion, according to a recent U.S. Forest Service study.

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