Interviews (FR)

Nevin Harper, PhD, RCC: “The less you prescribe, the better they find the path. Nature provides”

Meet Nevin in first person, a leading international Adventure Therapy researcher, guide and professor.  Nevin Harper, PhD, RCC, Professor at the University of Victoria (Canada), a career outdoor educator, wilderness guide, youth worker and registered clinical counsellor. He presents internationally on outdoor therapies as a researcher, author, trainer and consultant. He is also an FTHub […]

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Healing Forests: standards for a therapeutic concept of nature

Dr. Anne Rabes and Jan Schmidt are both Project Managers at the “International Certification Office Healing Forest”, which is operated by BioCon Valley® GmbH.  BioCon Valley® is the network of the health economy and life science in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, and co organizer of the IV International Congress “Forests and its Potential for Health” in Luso/Portugal.

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The importance of urban forests and nature-based solutions, a market outlook on greencare tourism

Rik de Vreese fell in love with forestry 20 years ago. A PhD in Human Ecology, a degree in Applied Biological Sciences and specialized in forest management, this peri-urban boy who planted his own tree at 8 years old often passes by that forest with a kind of pride, and has recently experienced in a

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Forest Bathing and research: nature as a personal safe space and a public health tool

Dr Kirsten McEwan is an Associate Professor (PhD) at the University of Derby, UK, who conducted the first UK research evaluating Forest Bathing. She will be also sharing new data about online Forest Bathing with Long Covid patients at the IV International Congress Forests and its Potential for Health. Kirsten’s childhood is much about being

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Nature tourism management: the importance of working together for the value of landscape in wellbeing

Miguel Vasco is Executive Director at Destinature -Agency for the Development of Nature Tourism- in Portugal, dedicated to the promotion of the central region of this beautiful soft-living country and its natural jewels.  iNature is hosting with Destinature the IV International Congress Forests and Its Potential for Health in Luso, which Miguel finds a great

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