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Understanding the impact of quality of urban green space on people’s wellbeing in deprived communities

Topics: Human Wellbeing | 1 comment

By Catharine Ward Thompson, Jenny Roe, Affonso Zuin and Peter A. Aspinall

This paper explores the quality and availability of green space in deprived communities in key urban areas of England, and the relationship between green space and wellbeing for people in these communities. It comes out of a project commissioned by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE Space).

Understanding the impact of quality of urban green space on people’s wellbeing in deprived communities

 

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  • Nyongesa Geoffrey says:

    The availability of green space within the the deprived communities improves their health, nutrition and broadens their horizons.
    Nyongesa Geoffrey,
    Director,
    Adventures in Health, Education, Nutrition and Agriculture (AHENA-Uganda).


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