Referencias de estudios sobre medio ambiente y salud mental


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Giles-Corti, B, Bull, F, Knuiman, M, McCormack, G, Van Niel, K, Timperio, A, Chris- tian, H, Foster, S, Divitini, M, Middleton, N and Boruff, B (2013) The influence of urban design on neighbourhood walking following residential relocation: Longi- tudinal results from the RESIDE study. Social Science & Medicine No 77, 20-30.

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Heidegger, P and Wiese, K (2020) Pushed to the wastelands: Environmental racism against Roma communities in Central and Eastern Europe. . European Environ- mental Bureau, Brussels.

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