Outdoor World

How Hong Kong plans to replace 100,000 trees

British Hong Kong

Hong Kong( CNN) Downed trees and fallen branches still litter Hong Kong practically two months after Typhoon Mangkhut ripped through the city.

But it was the city’s green spaces that incurred the greatest shattering. The city government estimates that 54,000 trees were felled during the course of its hurricane, though experts say the amount could be nearly double that figure.

Many of those fallen trees have remained on the ground, blocking directions and walkways.

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