Leave No Child Inside

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In the face-off between children’s need for nature and the planet’s growing need for more housing, one child, Richard Louv, fought urbanization of his cherished woods, then grew up to write a book about it — “Last Child in the Woods.” A developer who read it was “profoundly disturbed,” joined a children-and-nature movement that grows in every arena, from conservation and health to urban design and education.

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