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Green spaces may decrease crime, improve public health

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Aired 4/19/09


What is the impact of green space and public areas on a city? Tom Fudge speaks with Fred Kent, the founder and president of Project for Public Spaces and George Driver, the president of Partners for Livable Places about how open space and parks can change a city.

Fred Kent will be speaking at UCSD's Helen Edison Lecture Series at 7 pm tonight, 6/14/06, at the UCSD Institute of the Americas Auditorium. The event is open and free to the public.

Guests:

  • George Driver , president, Partners for Livable Places (left)
  • Fred Kent , founder and president of Project for Public Spaces. He is a leading authority on organizing urban space (right) .

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