By: NWI Staff

An article in ScienceDaily has outlined how green spaces contribute to the well-being of residents who live in bigger cities.

Research was conducted that showed regardless of socio-economic status, individual wellness was increased when parks and green areas were present. When the presence of parks were removed, such as in park closings during the COVID-19 pandemic, research showed that inequalities in well-being were intensified.

Read the entire study here.