Newcastle City Tree in The Haymarket

The Newcastle Moss Tree

Northumbrian Water is committed to protecting and enhancing the environment, so has installed this Moss Tree for the benefit of North East communities and to move towards it’s target of carbon neutrality. The idea for the Moss Tree came about as part of the first ever Northumbrian Water Innovation Festival in 2017, where we joined with Ordnance Survey and other partners to explore the subject of ‘How Green Is Your City’. To find out more, please visit innovationfestival.org. Lessons learned

London CityTree in Piccadilly Circus

London to benefit from pollution devouring moss tree

Revolutionary ‘Living wall’ moss technology has the air purifying capability of 275 natural trees and can reduce air pollution by up to 30% within a 50m radius Installed for the Crown Estate by sole UK supplier Evergen Systems, the first ‘CityTree’ in London is located on Glasshouse Street About 9,000 Londoners and 50,000 Britons die prematurely each year from respiratory, cardiovascular and other illnesses associated with pollutants such as NO2, particulate matter (PM) and ozone London’s toxic air is to benefit from

City Tree Aberdeen

Futuristic ‘trees’ could be breath of fresh air for city

The City Tree is a four- metre tall panel of moss and greenery which can filter out pollutants, such as nitrogen oxide from vehicle emissions, to help improve air quality. Designed by German firm Green City Solutions, each unit acts as the equivalent of 275 trees, removing around 240 tonnes of carbon each year. Hi-tech “trees” could be installed across Aberdeen to help rid the city of pollution. The technology, which costs around £20,000 per installation, can also offer a quiet place to