Lorien Nesbitt
Lorien Nesbitt
Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
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Who has access to urban vegetation? A spatial analysis of distributional green equity in 10 US cities
L Nesbitt, MJ Meitner, C Girling, SRJ Sheppard, Y Lu
Landscape and Urban Planning 181, 51-79, 2019
The social and economic value of cultural ecosystem services provided by urban forests in North America: A review and suggestions for future research
L Nesbitt, N Hotte, S Barron, J Cowan, SRJ Sheppard
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 25, 103-111, 2017
The dimensions of urban green equity: A framework for analysis
L Nesbitt, MJ Meitner, SRJ Sheppard, C Girling
Urban forestry & urban greening 34, 240-248, 2018
Urban green equity on the ground: Practice-based models of urban green equity in three multicultural cities
L Nesbitt, MJ Meitner, C Girling, SRJ Sheppard
Urban forestry & urban greening 44, 126433, 2019
Exploring relationships between socioeconomic background and urban greenery in Portland, OR
L Nesbitt, MJ Meitner
Forests 7 (8), 162, 2016
How well do we know green gentrification? A systematic review of the methods
J Quinton, L Nesbitt, D Sax
Progress in Human Geography 46 (4), 960-987, 2022
The Digital Forest: Mapping a Decade of Knowledge on Technological Applications for Forest Ecosystems
SA Nitoslawski, K Wong‐Stevens, JWN Steenberg, K Witherspoon, ...
Earth's Future 9 (8), e2021EF002123, 2021
The association between natural environments and childhood mental health and development: A systematic review and assessment of different exposure measurements
Z Davis, M Guhn, I Jarvis, M Jerrett, L Nesbitt, T Oberlander, H Sbihi, J Su, ...
International journal of hygiene and Environmental health 235, 113767, 2021
SDG 11: sustainable cities and communities–impacts on forests and forest-based livelihoods
T Devisscher, C Konijnendijk, L Nesbitt, J Lenhart, F Salbitano, ZC Cheng, ...
Sustainable development goals: Their impacts on forests and people, 349-385, 2019
Neighborhood environmental exposures and incidence of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A population-based cohort study
W Yuchi, M Brauer, A Czekajlo, HW Davies, Z Davis, M Guhn, I Jarvis, ...
Environment International 161, 107120, 2022
Improvement, not displacement: A framework for urban green gentrification research and practice
DL Sax, L Nesbitt, J Quinton
Environmental Science & Policy 137, 373-383, 2022
The Social and Economic Values of Canada’s Urban Forests: A National Synthesis
N Hotte, L Nesbitt, J Cowan, S Barron, ZC Cheng, S Sheppard, ...
Women in urban forestry and arboriculture: Experiences, barriers and strategies for leadership
AC Bardekjian, L Nesbitt, CC Konijnendijk, BT Lötter
Urban forestry & urban greening 46, 126442, 2019
The influence of early-life residential exposure to different vegetation types and paved surfaces on early childhood development: A population-based birth cohort study
I Jarvis, H Sbihi, Z Davis, M Brauer, A Czekajlo, HW Davies, SE Gergel, ...
Environment International 163, 107196, 2022
Wealthy, educated, and… non-millennial? Variable patterns of distributional inequity in 31 Canadian cities
J Quinton, L Nesbitt, A Czekajlo
Landscape and Urban Planning 227, 104535, 2022
Alignment of municipal climate change and urban forestry policies: A Canadian perspective
Z Cheng, S Nitoslawski, CK van den Bosch, S Sheppard, L Nesbitt, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 122, 14-24, 2021
Urban nature: enriching belonging, wellbeing and bioculture
ML Cocks, CM Shackleton
Routledge, 2020
Expelled from the garden? Understanding the dynamics of green gentrification in Vancouver, British Columbia
DL Sax, L Nesbitt, S Hagerman
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1-21, 2022
Forestry in the midst of global changes
C Farcy, E Rojas-Briales, IM de Arano
CRC Press, 2018
Governing for diversity: An exploration of practitioners' urban forest preferences and implications for equitable governance
D Sax, C Manson, L Nesbitt
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 2, 55, 2020
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