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- Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center Newsletter

Putting A Price On Nature

| Winter 2013-14

Planting a forest to improve air quality may prove to be as cost-effective as expensive new pollution control equipment, according to preliminary results from a novel experiment at a Freeport, Texas chemical plant. Officials involved in the study say this innovative approach could become a test case before the federal Environmental Protection Agency, which has identified reforestation as a potential air quality improvement strategy.