Guardian staff fighting to save trees outside their London office in Farringdon Road have been joined by leading architect Lord Richard Rogers, this week's Islington Tribune reports. According to the Tribune, the Guardian's environment editor John Vidal and columnist George Monbiot are among more than 200 staff who have objected to plans to destroy the 10 plane trees when the office is redeveloped following the paper's move to Kings Place in King's Cross. I know the Guardian consumes a vast number of trees every time it publishes but that would be a cheap shot. These trees are beautiful, see my picture, and should be saved from greedy developers.
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