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21 March 2017

This review of available evidence shows that failing to provide access to nature to deprived communities could entrench health inequality.

According to a growing body of evidence, health inequalities are linked to access to nature and access to nature is vital for good mental and physical health at all ages.

It points to a strong link between lack of access to nature areas and poor health outcomes and inequality. It associates nature deprivation with higher obesity levels, mental health problems, and mortality rates.

20 March 2017

S2B position on the European Commission proposal for a multilateral investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism


Globalisation is at a dangerous crossroads. One path leads to stronger protection for human rights and the environment and to regained policy-space for
governments to address climate change, inequality and other pressing issues of our times. The other leads to more rights for corporations to bully decision-makers

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