Spatial justice is about equitable access to parks, housing, and more. During societal emergencies, including pandemics and climate change, the relationship between people and places requires greater attention and action to integrate the knowledge of people with lived experience, especially historically marginalized communities. On September 20 and 21, 2021, the National Academies Roundtable on Population Health Improvement hosted a virtual workshop to explore the nature, use, design of, threats, and changes to places as a resource for health and public spaces as a shared resource. This Proceedings document summarizes workshop discussions.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Spatial Justice as a Driver of Health in the Context of Societal Emergencies: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26858.
|2 Histories of Displacement and Dispossession||7-18|
|3 Climate Change Displacement and Population Resilience||19-30|
|4 How Policies and Investments Shape Spatial Injustice and Displacement||31-46|
|5 Public Space 101 for Cross-Sector Partnerships That Can Drive Change||47-66|
|6 Bringing It Together with Applications for Different Practice Communities, Collaboration, and Policy||67-74|
|7 Closing Remarks and Reflections||75-76|
|Appendix A: Speaker and Planning Committee Biographical Sketches||77-88|
|Appendix B: Workshop Agenda||89-92|
|Appendix C: Readings and Resources||93-96|
|Appendix D: References||97-98|
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