Environmental-health Interactions in Cities (GreenEquityHEALTH) – Challenges for Human Wellbeing under Global Changes“

Urban parks provide space for recreation and physical activity. Although the broad environmental and health benefits of green spaces have been referred to numerously in research they are often unspecified, unquantified and lack scientific evidence. The Young Investigators Group will provide quantified knowledge on how urban green spaces contribute to the mitigation of climate change induced challenges and wellbeing of city residents and green space users.

Principal Investigators
Kabisch, Nadja (Details) (Landscape Ecology and Biogeography)

participating organizational facilities of the HU

Participating external organizations

Financer
BMBF

Duration of Project
Start date: 08/2017
End date: 07/2022

Research Areas
Geographie

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