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Pride in Place: Tackling Environmental Incivilities Local Environmental Problems and Wellbeing; Douglas White; 2012

Pride in Place: Tackling Environmental Incivilities Local Environmental Problems and Wellbeing; Douglas White; 2012
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Pride in Place: Tackling Environmental Incivilities Local Environmental Problems and Wellbeing; Douglas White; 2012; Carnegie UK Trust

 

“It is of course important for environmental policy to have a strong focus on climate change; and for social policy to seek to tackle a wide range of anti-social behaviour problems. However, evidence suggests that neighbourhood environmental incivilities such as litter, graffiti and dog fouling have a real and meaningful impact on people’s wellbeing on a daily basis – and these problems are currently falling through the gaps in public policy. They are too often seen as trivial and unimportant issues. It is this challenge that we seek to address in this policy paper.”


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