Scientists: Green walls lead to cleaner cities

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Lining cities with wall of vegetation could reduce air pollution by 30 per cent at less cost than current policies

Planting living "green walls" of vegetation could provide a faster and cheaper way of cleaning up the air in cities than large-scale initiatives such as congestion charging, scientists will say today....

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