MIT’s Treepedia Maps Urban Tree Canopy In Major Cities
MIT’s Treepedia reveals where the streets are greenest, and which ones could use more work.
Which cities have the greenest streets? MIT’s Senseable City Lab is pushing toward an answer to this question with a new project called Treepedia. A map website that catalogues the density of the tree canopy in 10 global cities, Treepedia uses information from Google Street View to create what it calls the Green View Index—a rating that quantifies how green a street view looks according to the number of trees it contains.
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