Green Fingers I Wish

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Free trees to help reduce global warming

Free trees are being offered to people in Gloucester to help towards reducing global warming.

The scheme is part of the city council's commitment to addressing climate change.

A council spokesman said planting a tree was one of the most simple things people could do to help.

It`s claimed that just one mature beech tree can process one kilogramme of carbon dioxide in 30 minutes.

People who want to take part need to register their interest by picking-up a leaflet from the council offices or libraries in the city.

Registration can also be completed on the council's website.


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