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Economics, Nature and Health: Susanne Henne, awareness of the benefits of forests and research without borders

Susanne Henne has lived and worked in many countries as an expert economist in trade development and export promotion. Times in offices, congresses, meetings, trade fairs and buildings changed with a new life back in Germany. She is Manager of One Health Region Vorpommern and the One Health Research Center at the University of Greifswald […]

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Antoni Sanz on the Science of the Human Psyche in Nature for Integration into Health Care

Antoni Sanz holds a PhD in Psychology and has been a university professor in the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona for decades, specializing in basic research in motivation and emotion, and in applied research in health psychology. At the beginning of his studies he signed up for a Speleology course to explore caves and try to

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Exploring Urban Ecosystems and Social Science Research: A Conversation with Dr. Kathleen Wolf

Meet Dr. Kathleen Wolf, a dynamo in urban forestry studies at the University of Washington’s College of the Environment. With a knack for blending science and society, she’s not your typical researcher. Dr. Wolf dives deep into the jungle of human-nature connections, drawing from her roots as a landscape architect and environmental planner, studying with

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Nature’s Architect: Adam Bienenstock on Building Healthy Natural Spaces for Play, Empathy and Discovery

For some, a deep level of awareness and connection with the natural environment can be the result of a healthy, wild childhood fused with nature. This was the case with Adam Bienenstock, who recalls spending time with his artist grandmother who taught him to “see” all the colors of sunsets, and with his father, a

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The Water Man: reshaping the water narrative through the crucial wonderful “Blue Mind”

 One-of-a-kind Dr Wallace J. Nichols, Marine biologist with degrees in economics, Spanish, policy, wildlife ecology and evolutionary biology, says he wanted more than science but “a problem-solving toolkit”. The core of his motivation is to reshape the water narrative, restore that value equation, not just its economic and ecological benefits, but the emotional value of water.

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