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Equitable Urban Green Space Initiatives

08/11/15 | View Comments

In our Open Voices blog we share insight from leaders in our communities who are advancing what it means to have sacred, open green spaces in our cities. This month we examine the need for equal access to healthy urban spaces.

At times, a community recognizes the absence of nature, and works for change. At the other end of the scale a broader planning program for green spaces and sustainability provides a framework for future action. Jill Wrigley and Timothy Beatley exemplify leaders working at the local and global level to bring green spaces into our communities:

Case Study: Irvington Peace Park in Baltimore, Maryland

Credit: Irvington Peace Park

Credit: Irvington Peace Park

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