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posted on 2024-06-18, 05:43 authored by Juan Reyna MonrrealJuan Reyna Monrreal

Collectively, residential landscapes represent a dominant green space type in cities, often by a large margin. As urbanised areas continue to expand in number and extent, gardened spaces have become an important area of study that contributes to our understanding about the ecology of cities. My investigation explores how urban nature is understood through the quotidian garden practices of (n=55) households distributed across eleven semi-peripheral neighbourhoods in Monterrey, in north-eastern Mexico. This presentation for VYT2024 is a general overview of the social-environmental dynamics that I have studied, as well as some of the findings that have emerged.

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Melbourne Research Scholarship 541228

Scholarship for Postgraduate Studies Abroad 836669 from the National Council of Humanities, Sciences and Technologies of Mexico

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