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Green streets can cut pollution, says study

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BBC news: Science and the Environment "The creation of 'green wall' in urban areas could cut pollution by up to 30%, scientists have suggested.  UK researchers say more trees and other vegetation at street level would clean air in areas that are normally exposed to higher pollution levels."


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Joanne Leach
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University of Birmingham
Civil Engineering,Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
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