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The Lasting Impact of Covid-19 on Environmental Justice in Cities

If we continue to ignore how systemic inequalities in housing, transit, public space and food systems disproportionately put marginalized communities at risk, all our efforts to make cities healthy and pandemic-proof will be in vain.

By Isabelle Anguelovski, Panagiota Kotsila and Helen Cole, based on research presented at the UrbanA Open Webinar

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A Barcelona-based laboratory supported by ICTA-UAB that develops international research on urban environmental justice and sustainability. www.bcnuej.org

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A Barcelona-based laboratory supported by ICTA-UAB that develops international research on urban environmental justice and sustainability. www.bcnuej.org

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