Groen, Gelijk en Eerlijk: Verkenning naar de relatie tussen sociale uitsluiting en de natuurlijke omgeving

Translated title of the contribution: Green, equal and fair: Exploration on the relationship between social exclusion and the natural environment

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    Abstract

    In many cities around the world people in deprived areas are excluded from the mainstream socio-economic development. This is a complex phenomenon with many causes. A case study in four cities shows that green measures can play a role in the fight against exclusion. Since little is known about this, the focus for further research is identified. This concerns the mapping of the relations between green and exclusion, three substantive topics (green and health, green district economy, ‘ third space ‘), research focused on participation and urban policy and finally studies into the foundation of environmental justice.
    Translated title of the contributionGreen, equal and fair: Exploration on the relationship between social exclusion and the natural environment
    Original languageDutch
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherWageningen Environmental Research
    Number of pages125
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

    Publication series

    NameWageningen Environmental Research rapport
    ISSN (Print)1566-7197

    Keywords

    • Uitsluiting,
    • Rechtvaardigheid
    • Achterstandswijken
    • Armoede
    • Gezondheid
    • Natuurlijke omgeving
    • Groen
    • Steden
    • urban areas
    • management of urban green areas

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