Danielle Vermeer, Lauren Bell, Camille Medieros, Tatyana Plummer, Scott Cloutier, Lessons from Denmark: Enhancing Human Well-being with Urban Green Spaces, The Solutions Journal, Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2019, (https://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/article/lessons-denmark-enhancing-human-well-urban-green-spaces/) Abstract: In a world of rapid urbanization, communities are losing green spaces to concrete jungles. Without green spaces, the economy, the environment and society are compromised. Imagine taking a walk through a modern city. You could be on your way to work, to run errands, or just to get some exercise. You are making your way along the sidewalk and to one side of you there are massive buildings towering high above you. To your other side you see loud, fuming cars whizzing by you on the street. The air around you is thick and foggy, making your breathing heavier as you walk through the dense city. How do you feel?   [caption id="attachment_10759" align="aligncenter" width="961" height="1213" Credit="Rachael Rosenstein"]Urban garden plot in Ø Haven, the largest community garden in Denmark.[/caption] Now, imagine you are on the sidewalk in the city of Aarhus, Denmark. On one side of you, there are still buildings. However, these buildings are topped with green roofs and community … Topics: Community