Friday, June 15, 2012

London Planting 2 Million Trees By 2025

London Mayor Boris Johnson’s environmental adviser, Isabel Dedring, said climate projections show that the average summer temperatures in London could be at least 3.9C higher by 2080, and as much as 6C to 10C on the hottest days. 

A recent study suggested that increasing the amount of greenery in a city by 10% could offset the higher temperatures.

This caught the attention of Johnson, who’s aiming to increase tree cover across the capital by 5% by 2025.

The program, Leading to a Greener London, included detailed plans for green roofs and more trees in streets. A green roof features waterproofing and drainage layers topped with soil and plants.


Anonymous said...

Perbanyakkan penanaman pokok dan kurangkan penebangan/pembalakan.

Tamara said...

Planting trees are one of the ways to slow down the effects of global warming, it is hoped that more people will be aware of the situation and do our part to prevent this problem from worsening.

Tamara said...

Leading to a Greener London is a very inspiring program, any country can do the same to contribute to the environment improvement.

Smookiekins said...

The Climate of Asia is moist across southeast sections, and dry across much of the interior. Some of the largest daily temperature ranges on Earth occur in western sections of Asia. The monsoon circulation dominates across southern and eastern sections, due to the presence of the Himalayas forcing the formation of a thermal low which draws in moisture during the summer.

Smookiekins said...

A large annual rainfall minimum, composed primarily of deserts, stretches from the Gobi Desert in Mongolia west-southwest through Pakistan and Iran into the Arabian Desert in Saudi Arabia.

Anonymous said...

Wish M'sia will do the same thing! Save our environment from now on.

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