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Paul Bufano and An Phung


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Paul Bufano is a multimedia journalist based in New York City. He is a graduate from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, with a concentration in Health and Science. Paul has spent time doing community reporting where he has written for The Mott Haven Herald, The Hunts Point Express and The Bronx Times. An Phung is a multimedia journalist based in New York City. She has contributed to NYTimes.com, Big Think, Patch.com and City Limits. She also spent time reporting in Indonesia where she covered stories about the country's growing illicit drug trade. An graduated from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism with a concentration in international reporting. Follow her on Twitter @anhaiphung.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

The city’s MillionTrees program fights asthma and global warming. But tightening maintenance budgets, increasingly severe weather and decades-old planting decisions complicate trees’ contribution.