NSW government plans for millions more trees to protect against climate change

It's great to see this recent announcement by the NSW State Government about their initiative to plant more trees to help combat climate change. The Domain reporter, Madeleine Wedesweiler, writes, 

On Tuesday, Planning Minister Anthony Roberts announced the government’s “Greener Places” draft policy which views green spaces and plants not just as individual objects but as an important piece of state infrastructure. 

Under the policy, the Office of Open Space and Parklands, led by Commissioner Fiona Morrison, will aim to increase the urban tree canopy of Sydney from approximately 16 per cent to 40 per cent.

To read more, head over to the article on The Domain.

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