Hong Kong children help green group create city’s first ‘tiny forest’ to beat the heat

On a blazing hot Monday morning in August, environmentalist Camilla Zanzanaini led a group of schoolchildren, each holding a tree sapling, a shovel and some wood chips, onto a small fenced-in plot.Then – at first tentatively, but with increasing enthusiasm – the unlikely landscaping crew set to planting the city’s first “tiny forest”, using a method pioneered by the Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki.“He studied forests for 30 years and found if you plant native species very densely, they will…

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