The impact of green spaces on the perception and well-being of the academic population in face of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Amazon and Southeast Brazil

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2023
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Celuppi M.C.
Meirelles C.R.M.
Cymrot R.
Tejas G.T.
da Silva de Souza R.M.
Gobo J.P.A.
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© 2023 Elsevier LtdThe present research aims to evaluate the impact of green spaces (GS) and their influence on the human perception of comfort, as well as on well-being in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic and has case studies conducted in the cities of São Paulo, SP, and Porto Velho, RO, in Brazil, with primary data collection from >400 respondents in the year 2021 and served as support for an unprecedented discussion on human perception, vegetation and Covid-19. The results show that the way people feel is impacted by the availability of vegetation in cities and that the greater the availability of intra-urban vegetation, the greater the perception of benefits. The social isolation during the investigation period caused the population of São Paulo to reduce their experiences in GS, which had an impact on their well-being. Important differences were evident when the sample was grouped by demographic groups. Finally, the present research provides important subsidies to the government, architects, urban planners and planners in the development of cities focused on human well-being, capable of acting as an active means in the quality of life.
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