Study reveals millions live with poor access to green space
A study was conducted in England to determine the number of people with access to green space. The findings of the study revealed that one in five people across 1,257 neighborhoods are still struggling to access green space. According to the report, millions of people lack fundamental access to green space and wildlife, with poverty and ethnicity playing a significant role. According to the report, black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) populations are disproportionately affected by deteriorating environmental conditions because they often experience severe air pollution, a lack of green space, and a higher chance of being impacted by extreme weather.