The Guardian view on guerrilla gardening: go forth and grow | Editorial

Requiring councils to list neglected public land on which to plant fruit and vegetables would be a good thingThe weakening of the human connection to nature might be good for economic growth but is bad for people. A tipping point was reached in 2020 when human-made materials – such as steel, concrete and plastic – were found to weigh more than all life on Earth. Continuing to grow concrete forests rather than real ones is shortsighted. Simply being in the nearest wood, with attention and sensory intent, has such health benefits that the Woodland Trust successfully lobbied for it to… Source – Full Article

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