Interviews (EN)

Forest bathing and menopause: the voice of nature at every phase of life

Gina Geremia is a Forest Bathing Guide trained by FTHub and soon to be Forest Therapy Practitioner based in Leavenheath, UK for 13 years now. A Psychologist and Life Coach,  she was born in Vermont, United States, on a farm with a massive boulder nearby where she would go with her father. She runs programmes […]

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Forest Bathing and Wellness Tourism: a pioneering path in Patagonia

Juan Aubert is the founder of Anfitriones Turísticos (“touristic host”), a tourism company in Villa La Angostura, one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world and most exclusive destinations located in the Argentine Patagonia. He offers Forest Bathing in the framework of Experiential and Well-being Tourism, working also with travel agencies and public tourism

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Green jobs in depth: the appeal of working for health and forests 

Vera Steinberg lives in Bonn, Germany, and grew up very near the Black Forest, one of the most beautiful areas in the world. As a M.Sc. in Forest Ecology and Management, she works as a Policy Advisor for Forest Europe where she leads the work stream “Green Jobs and forest education”. This includes research and

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Forest Therapy for specific groups: from Environmental Education to a new connection with nature

The cover image of this interview means a lot to them. Ibon Sarasola Monzon and Violeta Toran Pereg, Forest Bathing Guides and Forest Therapy Practitioners, have guided together with Forest Therapy Hub in pilot projects of Forest Therapy interventions for specific groups of women victims of exclusion and domestic violence, adults in loneliness and teachers

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Sustainability and climate change: Social Psychology research for public policy changes

How can day-to-day personal decisions affect the future? Ricardo García Mira, PhD in Social Psychology, has researched and turned the answers into policy guidelines in Europe. What lifestyle, social consumption in energy, clothing and food as a pattern of time use do we lead? His profound look at sustainable consumption, nature-based solutions to avoid aggressive

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