Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 14, 2022

Tree-filled Environment Improves Childhood Development

ScienceDaily

A study has found that living in a tree-filled environment is associated with better early childhood development than living in an environment where vegetation takes the form of grass cover. The analysis also found that both varieties of green space are associated with better child development outcomes than areas dominated by paved surfaces.

Read article at  Study suggests tree-filled spaces are more favorable to child development than paved or grassy surfaces: Areas with tree cover may provide greater mitigation of air pollution, noise and heat than more open green spaces — ScienceDaily


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