Recent evidence on unequal access to nature during COVID-19

As part of our role as the WHO Collaborating Centre on Natural Environments and Health, Ben presented at a WHO webinar on environmental health inequalities on 19th October 2020. It was a good opportunity to link up with the range of organisations and people working in this area, especially our colleagues from the WHO Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health Inequalities.

The webinar covered a multitude of contemporary environmental health inequalities issues, as covered in the WHO 2019 assessment report and the associated Environmental health inequalities resource package.

There’s been a lot of great work going on in the past months on green/blue space through the pandemic – this short talk couldn’t do justice to all of it, so includes just a few examples. But feel free to add links to other relevant reports, papers etc. in the comments below.

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