Ecological gentrification. A european perspective

Ilaria Beretta (Editor), Cucca Roberta (Editor)

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Abstract

This special issue aims at a better understanding of the process of ecological gentrification, defined as new or intensified socio-spatial inequalities produced by urban greening agendas and environmental policies fostered at a local level. Investigations developed on environmental gentrification are not an integral part of the general literature on gentrification in contemporary cities. The attention paid towards the relation between ecological innovation and the socio-spatial structure of inequalities in cities has been mainly developed by scholars in Urban Political Ecology. Geographers, planners, sociologists have demonstrated that many green interventions create enclaves of environmental privilege, while low-income and minority residents are excluded from the neighborhoods where new environmental goods are created.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine189
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2019

Keywords

  • impatti sociali
  • social impacts
  • sostenibilità urbana
  • urban sustainability

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