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Colonial legacies shape urban nature: why this should change

By Michelle Cocks, Associate Professor of Environmental Anthropology, Rhodes University
Charlie Shackleton, Professor & Research Chair in Interdisciplinary Science in Land and Natural Resource Use for Sustainable Livelihoods, Rhodes University
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There's ample evidence that colonial imprints and mindsets in many cities and towns around the world today still dominate the availability of green spaces and how they're managed.

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