Urban vegetation has many advantages:
Trees are a source of oxygen and can retain by photosynthesis, up to 5.4 tons of CO2 per year, for the largest.
Green spaces contribute to the improvement of individual and collective well-being of individuals, by reducing stress and anxiety, and by promoting biodiversity.
Plants contribute to the depollution of water, soil and air and they allow the natural evacuation of rainwater.
Plants ensure a natural regulation of the temperature and limit heat islands.