Browsing by Author "Garcia Lamarca, Melisa"

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  • Cole, Helen; Garcia Lamarca, Melisa; Connolly, James; Anguelovski, Isabelle (BMJ Publishing Group, 2017)
    While access and exposure to green spaces has been shown to be beneficial for the health of urban residents, interventions focused on augmenting such access may also catalyse gentrification processes, also known as green ...
  • Cole, Helen; Garcia Lamarca, Melisa; Triguero Mas, Margarita, 1985-; Connolly, James; Anguelovski, Isabelle (Elsevier, 2019)
    Urban green space is demonstrated to benefit human health. We evaluated whether neighborhood gentrification status matters when considering the health benefits of green space, and whether the benefits are received equitably ...
  • Anguelovski, Isabelle; Connolly, James; Cole, Helen; Garcia Lamarca, Melisa; Triguero Mas, Margarita, 1985-; Baró Porras, Francesc; Martin, Nicholas; Conesa, David; Shokry, Galia; Pérez-del-Pulgar, Carmen; Argüelles Ramos, Lucia; Matheney, Austin; Gallez, Elsa; Oscilowicz, Emilia; López Máñez, Jésua; Sarzo, Blanca; Beltrán, Miguel Angel; Martínez Minaya, Joaquin (Nature Research, 2022)
    Although urban greening is universally recognized as an essential part of sustainable and climate-responsive cities, a growing literature on green gentrification argues that new green infrastructure, and greenspace in ...
  • O'Neill, Ella; Cole, Helen; Garcia Lamarca, Melisa; Anguelovski, Isabelle; Gullón, Pedro; Triguero Mas, Margarita (Elsevier, 2023)
    Research shows mental health is impacted by poor-quality physical and social-environmental conditions. Subsequently state-led redevelopment/regeneration schemes focus on improving the physical environment, to provide better ...

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