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How Urban Greening Creates Public Health Ecosystem Services: A 40 Year Research Review (webinar)

This 40-minute webcast describes the results of a literature review of public health services provided by trees and nature in cities.

People sense that the experience of nature in cities contributes to human health and well-being. Forty years of research studies confirm those intuitions! Dr. Kathleen Wolf will present a recent project that is a comprehensive literature review of the public health services provided by trees and nature in cities. She will describe project highlights, talk about research funding (past and future) and propose next steps in this important work. You can preview the project at: http://depts.washington.edu/hhwb/

Webcast length:  40 minutes

 

Authors
K.L. Wolf
Date Published
January 2011
Publisher
U.S. Forest Service
Washington D.C. (US)
Resource Format
Webinar, Power Point Presentation
Sub-Topics
Health (human), Benefits (general/multiple)
State(s)/Region(s)
International, National
Keywords
values, benefits, well-being
Indexed By
MWCU&CF
Document Actions
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