How cities can avoid 'green gentrification' and make urban forests accessible

How cities can avoid 'green gentrification' and make urban forests accessible

How cities can avoid 'green gentrification' and make urban forests accessible

Many people have developed stronger relationships with urban nature during the pandemic. Some have enjoyed views of nearby trees and gardens during periods of isolation, taken walks after Zoom-filled days or socialized at a distance with friends in local parks. As housing has become increasingly unaffordable, some people have taken refuge in parks as places to live.
How cities can avoid 'green gentrification' and make urban forests accessible