Street Trees Could Help Boston Adapt To Climate Change. If They Can Survive, That Is

Miriam Wasser, WBUR

“The areas where urban canopy is the scarcest tend to coincide with neighborhoods that are low-income, minority neighborhoods, and historically red-lined areas,” says Deanna Moran of the Conservation Law Foundation. “And so, some of our most at-risk populations — populations that are going to be particularly burdened by climate change and other issues — are also the ones not benefiting as much from the canopy.”

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