New Tool Helps Planners Make a Stronger Case for Parks

New Tool Helps Planners Make a Stronger Case for Parks

A rendering of Cleveland Public Square in Cleveland (Credit: Group Plan Commission) It’s no secret that city parks and green space are good for more than recreation. They’re beneficial to residents’ physical and mental health and can even have an impact on such big, thorny problems as climate change and voter disengagement.

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