Jim - resident
Douglas - resident
Around 49% of Edinburgh is made up of green space.
This includes public and royal parks, burial grounds and kirkyards, allotments and community gardens, the formal gardens of the New Town and hidden courtyards of the Old Town.
Edinburgh’s green spaces are enjoyed by people of all ages as scenic locations for exercise, relaxation and play. They also shape the city’s foodscape, with locally-sourced food, including foraged ingredients, being used by an increasing number of restauranteurs. Many residents are concerned that Edinburgh is not green enough, environmentally speaking. Do you agree?
Eleanor Cunningham - Owner of The Edinburgh Larder (edinburghlarder.co.uk)
Rebecca - resident
Dr Lynn McNair - Head of Centre, Cowgate Under 5s (cowgateunder5scentre.co.uk)
Jamie - resident
Kieron - resident
Patricia - resident