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Natural spaces in our towns and cities have lots of benefits: for our mental and physical health, for communities and for the local economy. However, not everyone has equal access to these benefits. This report looks at the evidence on equity in access to urban nature and how we can address it.
This report was written by Groundwork following in-depth discussions with representatives of 23 organisations in the nature and social justice sectors. The evidence shows that:
Based on this evidence, the contributors have three calls for action:
About Groundwork UK:
Groundwork is a federation of charities mobilising practical community action on poverty and the environment across the UK.
We’re passionate about creating a future where every neighbourhood is vibrant and green, every community is strong and able to shape its own destiny and no-one is held back by their background or circumstances.
For more information visit: https://www.groundwork.org.uk/
Author: Groundwork (UK)
Estimated Read Time: 20 minute read
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