Wooden Cities

Henry McCausland illustrates for the New York Times for an opinion piece on the climate crisis.

Filling our cities with taller, wooden buildings may help us solve the climate crisis, suggests the New York Times in this article illustrated by Henry. His piece is a glimpse of what a street could look like and accompanies an editorial explaining how trees remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their wood, so along with protecting forests and using sustainably sourced wood to build cities, carbon from the atmosphere can be stored in both rural and urban areas. Read the article.

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