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Urban Green Space and Vibrant Communities: Exploring the Linkage in the Portland, Oregon-Vancouver, Washington Area
Edward A. Stone (au); JunJie Wu (au); Ralph Alig (au)
This report investigates the interactions between household location decisions and community characteristics, including green space. Household location decisions are a primary driver of land-use change, and collective location decisions affect community characteristics. At the same time, community characteristics affect location decisions. Neighborhoods or communities that have well-managed green space programs are more attractive to residents, a two-way interaction that tends to be self-reinforcing. Communities with high amenities and public services attract high-income residents, enhancing the tax base and the provision of amenities and services. This report surveys the literature investigating these interactions and explores several applicable empirical approaches for the Portland, OR, and Vancouver, WA, metropolitan area. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Peter Pan: The Original Tale of Neverland
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