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Parks, Public Greenspace and Smarter Growth: Opportunities for Linking Land and People

The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities commissioned this “translation paper” to illustrate the connection between better decisions about growth and development and improved individual quality of life, new economic development, and better health outcomes. It also identifies leaders in the philanthropic world, innovative partnerships, and opportunities for funders.



OrganizationThe Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities
Resource TypeNews
URLwww.fundersnetwork.org/usr_doc/Parks_and_S...
Publish DateApril 2007
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