Respectively, Individuals must have access to safe spaces to navigate their natural environments. Due to elements of new technological advancements, adults and children are spending more time inside and less time outside.

Maximise living space

Therefore, built environments can also produce negative health risks when developers are not thinking about the effects of built spaces. In particular, urban layouts are designed to maximize living space. The way in which prisons are built in America is another example of how population growth results in building structures to house the influx of humans, often with inadequate built infrastructure such as the lack of windows limiting one’s access to natural light. Consequently, the population has been exposed the potential for limited healthy food options and environmental toxins such as noise pollution and water pollution. The categories described above do not occur in an isolated form but are layered throughout the structure of a community, making it a multifaceted problem. Critical deduction of the variables suggests that low income and minority groups face larger negative implications of the structural environment. Through this knowledge, urbanization becomes a variable which can cause health risks, if not designed properly. Overall, health through the environment depends on a range of social, economic, and environmental factors. – G. Francis

Posted by:Environmental Social Worker

An attunement to social welfare focuses on the intersectionality of policies, gender, environmental, and systems. Critical thinker who can support programming project development and mass media/communication needs on local and global scales. Analyzed design and implementing solutions grounded in evidence while considering client systems and structural dimensions, and potential outcomes.

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