Exploring minority ethnic communities’ access to rural green spaces

A recent paper published in The Journal of Rural Studies, explores the role of community-based initiatives in facilitating access to rural green spaces. Researched and written by Helena Slater of the Institute of Geography at the University of Edinburgh, the paper investigates how ‘Agency and identity theories can help to understand factors influencing rural green space access Community-based initiatives can help to overcome practical and social barriers to accessing rural green spaces.’

Our Managing Director Maxwell Ayamba contributed to this study.

The paper is published in The Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 92, May 2022.