How to live longer: New research proves that urban green space helps people to live longer

Green spaces are associated with better air quality, reduced traffic noise, cooler temperatures and greater diversity.

Furthermore, recent estimates put around 3.3 percent of global deaths down to a lack of physical activity, mostly as a result of poor walkability and limited access to recreational areas.

However, many of these studies have only looked at a a particular point in time and have varied in how they measured people’s use of green space.

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