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Healthy built environments and Royal City Park, Guelph

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Title: Healthy built environments and Royal City Park, Guelph
Author: Black, Carolyn; Frazer, Michael; Walsh, John; Kojevnikov, Valerie
Department: Department of Geography
Abstract: This study sought to answer the following question: what community design elements of Royal City Park, Guelph, Ontario, support or impede its user's health and well-being? The premise behind the research was to collect community feedback of individual perception of how natural spaces affect their well-being. The goal was to be able to encourage city planners to not only incorporate natural green spaces within communities based on the research results, but to also put effort into modifying and renovating existing locations to meet community requests.
Description: The report and data for this study is included.
Date: 2017-04-07
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 Canada
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