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Collaboration for the Inclusion of Forest Bathing in Native Territories: An Ancestral Legacy and a Transformative Partnership

In an exciting partnership between the Forest Therapy Hub (FTHub) and the Raíces Indigenous Tourism Incubation Program and the Bröràn indigenous community of Térraba, a significant step has been taken towards the inclusion of Forest Bathing in native territories. Don Paulino, a respected figure in the Bröràn community, has emerged as a visionary leader by

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Milestone partnership for research and training with UC in Chile

In an exciting move towards fostering advancements in the field of Forest Therapy, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (“UC|Chile”) and the Forest Therapy Hub have formally announced a strategic partnership. The collaboration aims to leverage their shared interest in the interdisciplinary area of forest therapy, leading to enhanced efforts and increased efficiency in the

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Świętujemy rozpoczęcie projektu NATURELAB, finansowanego z programu Horizon Europe

Projekt NATURELAB został zainaugurowany specjalną ceremonią w Lizbonie w Portugalii, podczas której urzędnik UE ds. projektów Patrizia Tenerelli wyjaśniła program Horizon, w którym ten projekt bierze udział. FTHub reprezentowali Alex Gesse, Carlo Bifulco i Marta Ayats, a wśród gości byli tam także profesorowie i wykładowcy zajęć online w FTHub, członkowie Międzynarodowej Rady Współpracy w ramach

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FTHub is now member of the Planetary Health Alliance

The Planetary Health Alliance is a coalition of 250+ member institutions from 50+ countries – supported by a small staff team based at Harvard University, a Steering Committee of international experts, ten PHA Regional Hubs, global fellows, volunteers, and ambassadors; and thousands of individual supporters. FTHub has based the trainings and its mission on Planetary

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Strategic collaboration agreement between meHRs and Forest Therapy Hub

We welcome this strategic collaboration agreement between meHRs and Forest Therapy Hub to develop lines of research and intervention related to the benefits of natural environments on the mental health and emotional well-being of the working population. Valuing, promoting and protecting people’s mental health within the work environment is a key objective for organizations in

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