WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM TURNS SPOTLIGHT ON ROOTS IN THE SKY →

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The World Economic Forum put the spotlight onto Roots in the Sky in a surprise post on why forests are so critical in the path to Net Zero.

 

The independent international organisation for public-private cooperation hailed the project as an exemplar in a video, which highlights the way in which we’re taking embedding nature back into our buildings and cities to a whole new level.

 

World Economic Forum stats show that green roofs can reduce air pollution in surrounding areas by 30-57% and counteract the ‘urban heat island’ effect during our increasingly hot weather.

 

That’s in large part why we’re delivering one of Europe’s largest rooftop Urban Forests at Roots in the Sky – with 125 mature trees, 10,000 plants and over 1,000 tonnes of soil.

 

Watch the World Economic Forum’s video on Roots in the Sky and read more on why forests are so vital in reaching Net Zero.

 

“Governments, the private and public sectors, think tanks and communities worldwide must take collective action to restore, reforest and maintain forest ecosystems across the globe.”

World Economic Forum

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