There is substantial evidence indicating that environmental factors, including time outdoors and urbanization, can influence myopia development, particularly in school-aged children. It is well known that urban and rural differences in myopia prevalence exist, but few studies have attempted to characterize the built or natural environment using objective means. This study aims to investigate the relationship between the prevalence of myopia and the quantity of vegetation/green spaces across different regions of the world, using an objective satellite imaging technique. Read More