Distribution of Parks in Chicago Name Institution Distribution of Parks in Chicago The research carried out in the urban parks shows that there is an unequal distribution of parks in Chicago. The wealthier communities in Chicago have the best parks while the less wealthy ones have few and low standard parks. Parks are meant to be accessible to everyone and the good green infrastructure of the parks needs to provide a conducive environment for all individuals which has not been the case in Chicago. The network of parks in Chicago is determined by the social status of the inhabitants of neighboring communities which has been a cause of concern especially to the lower class people in Chicago. The study carried out by Bruste & Rahimi (2015) shows that accessibility is one of the challenges presented by unequal distribution of parks according to him the Accessible Natural Greenspace Standards since they are considered to be leisure. Some of the causes of the unequal distribution of parks include poor city planning socio-economic and political separation and high population growth and development. The need for equal distribution of parks is however on the rise due to the benefits attached to access to green areas. References Bruste J. and R. Rahimi (2015). Many public parks but who profits from them? The example of Tabriz Iran. Ecological Processes 4(1) pp.1-15 Nast Haedi. (2006). Puptowns and wiggly fields: Chicago and the racialization of pet love in the the 21st century. In R. Schein (ed). Landscape and Race in the United States. (Nw York Wolcha R Jennifer Jason Byrne and Joshua P. Newell (2014). Urban green space public health and environmental justice: The challenge of making cities 'just green enough'. (2014 March 02). Retrieved January 29 2018 from www.sciencedirect.com London: Riutlege) pp. 237-249 [...]
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