Tag Archives: Groundswell

Job opportunity: Understanding decision making processes and contexts for urban health

We have a new 0.6FTE, four year post based here at ECEHH and collaborating with colleagues at University of Liverpool and Edinburgh. The post will contribute to the GroundsWell project. We are looking for someone with experience of Realist or related methods used to understand complex systems, and with an interest in how urban greenspace […]

New PhD: Locating disability within processes of urban greening and green gentrification in the UK

There is now a relatively well-established evidence base suggesting that time spent in so-called ‘green’ space environments (for example, parks, gardens, woodlands and countryside areas) can be beneficial for human health and wellbeing. However, a growing body of critical research examining the social impacts of urban greening has also identified detrimental processes of ‘green gentrification’, […]