Preserving Closed School Lands as Public Green Spaces

This report examines how public school lands can be preserved for their green space values. It argues that the public green space created by school lands should be recognized in law and policy as an important public asset, much like a park, and not merely as a source of revenue.

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Environmental Law Centre, University of Victoria
produced in
2008
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resource type
reports & documents
tags
environmental law, environmental protection, environmental management, green development, school lands, green space, environmental policy, sustainable development, land, zoning