Beyond Greenspace Symposium: RGS London. June 18th 2014

**NOW FULLY BOOKED**

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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 in understanding more about the latest research to have used some of the UK’s extremely valuable ‘secondary’ datasets to examine the varying relationships between human health and wellbeing and the different types and qualities of natural environments.  

We will  have keynotes from Dr Gemma Harper, chief social scientist at DEFRA, and Professor Ken Norris of the University of Reading and lead author of the UKNEA biodiversity chapter. Mr Dave Stone, Deputy Chief Scientist at Natural England, and Dr James Smith of Public Health England, will reflect on the implications of the findings for policy.

We will also have plenty of time to discuss, as a group, the next steps in understanding more about how natural environments relate to health and wellbeing.

Who should come

Researchers, policy makers, practitioners and those interested in how the natural environment relates to health and wellbeing

Cost

The event is free. Lunch, teas and coffees will be provided

Location

Royal Geographical Society Education Centre

1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

When

June 18th 2014. 9:30 to 16:15

For more information and booking contact

Becca Lovell

01872 258 173

 

 

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