Among the benefits that trees provide are their help to avoid wasting energy, since they reduce air conditioning needs by 30% and save between 20% and 50% on heating; they favor urban biodiversity by attracting birds and insects and, of course, absorb carbon dioxide and help clean polluted air.
Recently, theSenseable Lab MIT partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to create Treepedia, a site with interactive maps showing the density of greenery in the world's major cities.
These arelThe 5 cities with the most trees in the world. We also indicate the percentage of green areas that have, according to Treepedia ranking:
1. Tampa, United States - 36.1%
2. Singapore City, Singapore - 29.3%
3. Oslo, Norway - 28.8%
4. Vancouver, Canada - 25.9%
5. Sydney, Australia - 25.9%