Publication Date

2017

Abstract

Highlights
- Urban natural spaces benefit health by cultural and regulating ecosystem services.
- The evidence on health impact is insufficiently implemented in urban planning.
- Transdisciplinary actions are required to bridge the science policy gap.
- Human dependence on healthy urban ecosystems must be brought to the agenda.
- Details on disservices and specific features must not overshadow the general good.

School/Institute

Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research

Document Type

Journal Article

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