Watershed Landcare | Catchment Corner

By Watershed Landcare
September 8 2017 - 3:30am
Cool News: An increase in canopy cover from 20 per cent to 28 per cent reduces air temperature by 4ºC and road and pavement temperatures by up to 14ºC in heat waves.
Cool News: An increase in canopy cover from 20 per cent to 28 per cent reduces air temperature by 4ºC and road and pavement temperatures by up to 14ºC in heat waves.

We all know that trees improve air and water quality, capture and store carbon, provide shade, increase biodiversity, reduce winter temperature variances, reduce average heat wave temperatures and help to minimise stormwater damage.

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