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Greening in the Red Zone

Greening in the Red Zone asserts that creation and access to green spaces confers resilience and recovery in systems disrupted by violent conflict or disaster. This edited volume provides evidence for this assertion through cases and examples.

Keith G. Tidball & Marianne E. Krasny

Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience, and Community Greening

Springer Publishing, 2012


“This is a fascinating book that greatly elevates our understanding of how the perspective of humans as an integrated part of nature may contribute to the resilience discourse. I warmly recommend this book to anyone interested in how we may prepare ourselves for an increasingly uncertain future.” Stephen Kellert, Professor Emeritus and, Senior Research Scholar at Yale University 

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