Interviews

Respect for homeostasis, the definitive crusade for a possible planet

Puri Canals, a brilliant and fierce warrior of the lands and seas, PhD in Biological Sciences, President of the Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas Network (MedPAN). She qualified as a diver at a time when girls would rarely do it. She was mesmerized by a Spanish ocean documentary in black ans white at the age of

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Green Mental Health: our mind as a “spark of nature”

Rob Wolters is a rebel and a revolutionary. He traveled the world for nature conservation and protection, experienced how passion for nature can heal people and stood at the cradle of the Green Mental Health Movement in the Netherlands (“De Groene GGZ”), where mental health institutions with green lands open them up for both patients

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Natural spaces and mental health, research for equity and integration

To Margarita Triguero-Mas, PhD in Public Health from Pompeu Fabra University, researcher at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, and researcher associated with ISGlobal and the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability, nature and ecology inhabit an intimate fiber. From the children’s TV shows she preferred, to the

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Forest Therapy research in Taiwan’s nature and urban parks: benefits on brain activity and cognition

Chia-Pin (Simon) Yu has a Ph.D. and works as an Associate Professor of the School of Forestry and Resource Conservation at National Taiwan University, as Deputy Director of the Experimental Forest at National Taiwan University and Fulbright Scholar, T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University.  He is a benchmark in Forest Therapy around

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UBC’s Guangyu Wang: The science of Forest Therapy, the whys and hows of the healing power of nature

Guangyu Wang was born in Southeast China. Is now Associate Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia, Director of the UBC’s Multidisciplinary Institute of Natural Therapy (MINT), and Director National Park Research Centre.  After a childhood in the subtropical countryside among wild and domestic animals, he studied Forestry,

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