How Racism Has Shaped the Presence of Urban Tree Covers in Public Spaces Pubblico Deposited
The availability of shade, such as trees, isn’t equitably distributed. Trees are particularly lacking in areas where minorities live, while shade is more prominent in more affluent, white neighborhoods.
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