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Communities in Phoenix are confronted with numerous challenges that adversely affect human health and safety, with disproportionate impacts on low-income communities. While some challenges are being addressed at the city level, new alliances at the neighbourhood level are initiating community development programmes and projects.

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2014-05-01
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    Bernstein, M. J., Wiek, A., Brundiers, K., Pearson, K., Minowitz, A., Kay, B., & Golub, A. (2014). Mitigating urban sprawl effects: a collaborative tree and shade intervention in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Local Environment, (May 2015), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2014.965672

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