Interviews

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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“Joyful healing”: Forest Bathing for educators, children an Muslim mothers and daughters

Susan Andrien lives in Oakland, California, and has decades of experience as a Marriage and Family therapist, Restorative Justice Circle keeper and Camp Counselor for traveling camps with children and teenagers.  She is an FTHub-trained Guide and her next steps in Forest Bathing -a training that has given her professional “sinergy”, “grounding” and “community”- are

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Inga Dreimane

Forest Therapy and Psychology: exchanging roles with nature

Inga Dreimane has a Master’s degree in Psychology and lives in Riga, the capital city of Latvia, where she has been working as a psychologist for almost 20 years. Inga has a specially sharp, deep mind while a soothing way of speaking, who started as an addiction prevention counselor while attending university and points to

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Healthy People – Healthy Planet, the latest research from a pioneering physician dedicated to human health and nature

Dr. Matilda van den Bosch, Senior Researcher at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) and Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Forestry, is a physician with a PhD in landscape planning and public health.  She grew up in the Swedish countryside, beside a cemetery with beautiful

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