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The living world above our heads: how city trees help shape biodiversity

By Bastien Castagneyrol, Chercheur en écologie, Inrae
Elena Valdés-Correcher, Chercheuse en écologie, Inrae
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Trees were already known for cooling and cleaning the air of cities. A Europe-wide, participative science project shows how much their density matters for urban biodiversity.The Conversation

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