Achieving “Park Equity” in Low-Income Communities of Color
FEATURING GRACE COTANGCO - We live in an era of global warming. Although climate change is often described in global terms, its effects are localized and tend to disproportionately affect low-income communities of color who are less likely to live next to parks and more likely to live next to industrial sources of pollution. A growing movement for what’s being called “park equity” is working to ensure fairness in the distribution of green spaces and all the health benefits they provide.
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