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Our parks and green spaces have an inequality problem - we need to tackle it

Green spaces are important for improving physical and mental health. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Wendy Masterton

Doctoral Researcher, Social and Natural Sciences, University of Stirling

Tessa Parkes

Research Director, University of Stirling

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People who spent two hours in nature per week were more likely to report higher levels of health. Image: Nature
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