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‘Green gentrification’ due to rewilding could force out poorer communities

Report says urban nature restoration projects must be handled carefully to avoid pricing out locals

Poorer communities could be forced out of their areas by rewilding because of “green gentrification”, according to a report by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL).

The report finds that rewilding could lead to house prices rising as areas become more desirable and their risk of being affected by natural disasters such as floods decreases. New tourist opportunities may also result from enhanced green spaces and wildlife.

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