Monthly Archives: October 2015

Presentation at the House of Lords’ Rural Economy Research Group

On the 28th October, Becca Lovell and Ben Wheeler presented the Centre’s research at the House of Lords. At the annual meeting of the Lords’ Rural Economy Research Group sponsored by Lord Trees, we presented a selection of research, with a focus on studies of the potential health and wellbeing benefits of natural environments. The […]

Arguing for the value(s) of natural environments to health

Yesterday I was in Northampton to present at the Greener Northants LNP annual conference. I discussed our research, and that of others such as CRESH, and tried to argue that the environment (alongside many other features of our societies and communities) should be recognised (and valued) for it’s role in promoting, supporting or damaging our […]

Prioritisation workshop on the health values of natural environments for decision making

Join us for a prioritisation workshop on the health values of natural environments for decision making 26th October from 10:30am to 5pm at Defra, Nobel House, Westminster, London. **Final few places remaining** For more information please contact Becca Lovell The aim of the workshop is to collaboratively identify, discuss and prioritise effective strategies and opportunities […]