Research: mental health and well-being
Here are some sources of research and evidence linked to mental health and wellbeing benefits associated with outdoor learning .
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Current Research in Wales
Here is an overview of some current research being undertaken in Wales linking health and well-being with outdoor learning. Written by Graham French of Bangor University. Please contact him to get involved.
Why Green Spaces matter more than ever
Green Infrastructure: Why well-connected local green spaces matter more than ever during the Coronavirus pandemic, and why change is needed after the crisis
Connection with Nature: Evidence
Connection with Nature: Evidence briefing (EIN015)
This Natural England Connection to Nature (CTN) evidence briefing reviews international evidence for health and wellbeing impacts.
Sub-documents explore links between natural environments and:
mental health (EIN018)
physical activity: (EIN019)
physiological health: (EIN020)
obesity: evidence briefing (EIN021)
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