December 12, 2018

Trees are saving the life of Glasgow


A new body of research shows just how valuable greenery in Glasgow is to the wellbeing of its citizens, as well as the general aesthetic appeal of a city historically known as ‘Dear Green Place’, and for good reason. With over 90 parks and public gardens ranging from the iconic Kelvingrove Park to a range of lesser known gems, its an urban reality vastly different from the stereotypical imagery of a permanently grey, unending concrete jungle. But it’s how the city’s plants and trees contribute to boosting public health that could prove of more lasting importance. The new work has…