Canada: Climate changing for Toronto’s urban forest

Toronto Star: It's tough being a tree in Toronto. Many trees in the downtown core are in too-small concrete planters, have to fend off insects and drink whatever little water falls nearby. The latest heat wave and dry spell have been making life even more difficult for the city's urban forestry. "We're not at that critical point, but climate change has a significant impact on tree health, so you've got climate change, you've got invasive insects like (Emerald Ash Borer) and gypsy moth, Asian longhorn......

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