Monthly Archives: March 2014

Using systematic review to characterise the links between biodiversity, health and wellbeing.

Picture © Karen Matthews In a recent paper in the Lancet, Chalmers et al. argued that investment in additional research should always be preceded by systematic assessment of existing evidence. The reason for this is to reduce waste through duplication but also to enhance the likelihood of identifying the most effective research techniques. Ever at the […]

Beyond Greenspace Symposium: RGS London. June 18th 2014

**NOW FULLY BOOKED** Picture © Karen Matthews The Beyond Greenspace team are holding a meeting on the 18th of June at the Royal Geographical Society, London, to discuss the results of our research with the wider community of environment-health policymakers, practitioners and researchers. Download the Beyond Greenspace Symposium timetable Please join us if you are interested […]

Coastal proximity and health: A moving target as climate changes?

This latest blog post is from Dr Mat White, who leads much of the work at the European Centre on how our coastal environments might support good health and wellbeing Mat writes… I’ve never been a huge fan of New Year’s Eve. I love life and somehow it always reminds me of time slipping away, […]