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@ Adam S

What about cities in places that don't naturally have many trees which covers almost everywhere in Northern Africa, Arabia, many islands in the Indian Ocean or places in the Arctic.

a In the case of property values it depends on where you are.
b There are others of doing that without the need or use of trees.
c all cities aren't urbanized like DC or NYC for that matter and city is a specific type of jurisdiction and it does not have to look like LA, DC, NYC, London etc.

by kk on Dec 13, 2012 3:11 am • linkreport

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