Join us for our second SWEEP project webinar on 31st January 2020, 1-2pm
Environmental investment for health outcomes: what does the evidence say?
Dr Becca Lovell, Lecturer in Biodiversity and Healthy Policy at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health, will be presenting our second webinar.
Join us for this webinar to learn more about the key research on links between the natural environment and human health and wellbeing, their benefits and how this knowledge is informing investment in interventions such as green prescribing and urban greenspace provision. Becca will give an overview of the evidence, discuss information gaps, and talk about the implications of the evidence for different sectors such as urban planning and public health. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
This webinar is particularly relevant for those with an interest in how investment in the environment can impact public health, from health and social care professionals to local planning authorities.To register for the webinar and reserve your place, visit:
Our webinars are free of charge and open to everyone, so if you know anyone else in these fields who might be interested, please do forward this email to them. You can also view our previous webinar here.
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Part of the South West Partnership for Environmental and Economic Prosperity (SWEEP) Environmental investment for health outcomes project.
Don’t know if its just me but the link to sign up to the webinar is not working.
Hi AN, I just tried the link and it works for me. The full link is to a zoom webinar sign-up: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dahtVmSeSfSeMpMQjKFX7Q
It might be worth checking that your organisation isn’t blocking this for some reason?
Feel free to drop Sian an email if any problems, you can find her email here: https://beyondgreenspace.net/2020/01/14/webinar-library/
Thanks Ben! that has now worked 🙂
I have a quick question;
Is the time of webinar, i.e. 1-2 pm, in UK time? I live in Canada, and want to match it to my time zone (Eastern Canada time).
Thanks for checking – yes that’s right, it’s 1-2pm UK time (GMT).