Green Apartheid: Urban green infrastructure remains unequally distributed across income and race geographies in South Africa - ScienceDirect
• Parks occur in neighborhoods with 82% higher income than those without parks.
• White-dominated neighborhoods have 12% higher tree cover than others.
• Spatial inequalities are mirrored in both public and private green space.
• Green space inequity has been maintained and entrenched since Apartheid.
• Open-access data offers possibilities for environmental justice.