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Concluding Thoughts

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Throughout this book, the link between urban green spaces, health, and sustainability were discussed in the context of the United States. This chapter provides a concluding overview.

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  • Urban green space
  • Sustainability

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Jennings, V., Browning, M.H.E.M., Rigolon, A. (2019). Concluding Thoughts. In: Urban Green Spaces. SpringerBriefs in Geography. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-10469-6_6

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