How Inequality Affects Urban Wildlife

23 February 2024
GIS Lounge

AI Generated Summary

The long-lasting effects of urban redlining, segregation, and gentrification, as well as systematic racist practices, are impacting the survival and survival of wildlife in urban neighborhoods.

These policies, which have been in place for decades, have led to a disparity in wildlife diversity between wealthier and lower-income urban neighborhoods.

Despite efforts to undo these discriminatory practices, they are unlikely to significantly change urban wildlife distributions.