Monthly Archives: October 2017

Are some natural environments more psychologically beneficial than others? New findings.

A new paper published by Mat White and colleagues in the journal Environment and Behavior has found that some protected and designated environments are associated with greater restoration and connectedness to nature than their equivalent non-designated environments. The authors analysed a sample of Natural England’s Monitor of Engagement with the Natural environment dataset and found […]

Job opportunity: NIHR green and blue health interventions

There is a new opportunity for a research statistician with big data analysis skills to work on the NIHR funded green and blue health interventions study (the ‘GBS study’). The project is led by SAIL at Swansea University, and ECEHH, Cardiff University and the Global Institute of Health in Barcelona are collaborators. The post will […]

What is health?

Becca is leading a new piece of work focusing on demystifying the concept of ‘health’. The work forms part of the the five year, £6.5m Valuing Nature Programme. The Valuing Nature Programme (VNP) is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, the Arts […]