Bloomberg 35: Continuing a Legacy of Connecting With and Protecting Nature Around the World

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Bloomberg 35: Continuing a Legacy of Connecting With and Protecting Nature Around the World

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Friday, June 9, 2017 - 9:00am

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Originally posted on www.bloomberg.com.

Bloomberg has long believed that environmental sustainability and conservation in the communities in which we live and work is essential. In this edition of Bloomberg 35, we highlight the way Bloomberg as a company and our employees as citizens have partnered with organizations to protect the environment and connect people to nature around the globe.

Trees for Cities
Trees for Cities brings local people together to revive green community spaces where social and environmental impact is greatest. From engaging volunteers with planting trees in urban areas to improve air quality, transforming school grounds into vibrant outdoor spaces and inspiring children to experience nature.

Our involvement with Trees for Cities includes building Edible Playgrounds to address environmental degradation, support sustainable livelihoods and promote healthy eating for thousands of children across the U.K. Our volunteers even helped create an environmental art installation by Konstantin Dimopolous, coloring trees with eco-friendly paint to highlight the scarcity of urban wildlife across London.

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