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In the 05/20/2020 edition:

Tree Deaths in Urban Settings Are Linked to Leaks from Natural Gas Pipelines Below Streets

A new study finds dying trees are 30 times more likely to have been exposed to methane-contaminated soil, confirming long-held suspicions that gas leaks kill plants.

Natural gas leaks from underground pipelines are killing trees in densely populated urban environments, a new study suggests, adding to concerns over such leaks fueling climate change and explosion hazards.

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