Cambium Carbon Releases ‘Reforestation Hub’ Report Findings

LINCOLN, Neb.: LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Cambium Carbon, with support from The Nature Conservancy and the Arbor Day Foundation, released its Reforestation Hub assessment reports for three pilot cities — New York City, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Eugene, Oregon — that took part in the program. The Reforestation Hub model seeks to identify opportunities for cities to establish a circular economy for urban forestry work, where trees removed by government and private operators are recycled into higher-value products to generate new funds for tree planting in cities. By providing the three participating cities with a localized road map to follow, many more urban trees can be processed for maximum benefit across their life cycle. Most notably, the report’s findings focus on how cities can leverage urban wood waste as a means of encouraging reinvestment in new tree planting and maintenance.
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