University of Lancaster study on vegetated walls has important implications for policymakers

A recent study by scientists at University of Lancaster revealed that vegetated walls reduce nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter by 40% and 60% respectively. This reduction is 35% higher than previous studies indicated. The researchers explained this difference using the air canyon effects high-...

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