Undergraduate Sustainability Award
This paper examines ways in which urban greening techniques, such as rain gardens, parks, micro-mobility measures, etc. might not serve entire communities, even gentrifying them in some cases. It addresses the following research question: how have urban greening techniques excluded marginalized groups from ecological services and gentrified low-income neighborhoods in the United States? Lastly, recommendations for how to improve access to ecological services provided by urban greening techniques are made.
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