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Africa: Colonial Legacies Shape Urban Nature – Why This Should Change


[The Conversation Africa] Being in nature has benefits for people, as studies have shown. There’s ample evidence that experiences of nature have positive physical and psychological outcomes. But these insights have largely come from the Global North. There’s very little research on how urban communities in the Global South experience or view urban nature.

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