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assessing efficient types of blue and green spaces and their characteristics

Member: Barbara LIVOREIL

Date: 06.03.2017

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We are happy to launch the Call for Knowledge to contribute to answer the following question. This Call will end-up on April 18th so please participate now and make it known around you!

"Which types of urban and peri-urban natural spaces (blue and green) and which characteristics (components) of such spaces have a significant impact on human mental health and well-being? "

We will consider both positive and negative impacts, even if the aim of the requester is to promote the creation, design, and management of natural spaces that have a positive effect on health. We also focus here on mental health and well-being and not physical health only.

For more details see the Call for Knowledge attached to this message


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Last edited: 16.03.2017 14:23 (GMT) - by Barbara LIVOREIL

Member: Marianne Darbi

Date: 21.03.2017 09:43 (GMT)

I suggest checking the 2017 Natural Capital Symposium (20-23 March 2017) in Stanford. They had a session on "Psychological ecosystem services: The mental health benefits of nature
experience" yesterday. For more information and involved experts see here: http://www.naturalcapitalproject.org/natcap2017/

Last edited: 21.03.2017 13:26 (GMT) - by Marianne Darbi
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