Posted on: 20 November 2020
Attend our BlueHealth webinar to hear the latest scientific evidence about the relationships between blue spaces, health and wellbeing.
Posted on: 10 November 2020
BlueHealth has launched a bespoke online tool designed specifically to support the effective planning and design of urban blue spaces. Led by researchers at the WHO Regional…
Posted on: 6 November 2020
Research published in the journal Scientific Reports, suggests that giving people with existing mental health conditions formal ‘green prescriptions’, may undermine some of the benefits.
Posted on: 16 October 2020
Leading BlueHealth researcher, Dr Mathew White, has received the 2020 SHIFT Award for his interdisciplinary research achievements linked to BlueHealth.
Posted on: 14 October 2020
New research has found that watching nature programmes on TV can boost mood, reduce negative emotions, and alleviate boredom.
Posted on: 3 August 2020
BlueHealth research finds that people living in the UK's towns and cities closest to the coast are more likely to meet exercise guidelines.
Posted on: 21 July 2020
Has lockdown changed people's relationships with nature in Cornwall? BlueHealth researcher Michelle Tester-Jones explores in our latest blog post.
Posted on: 6 July 2020
New BlueHealth research has found that short walks in urban blue spaces can benefit both wellbeing and mood.
Posted on: 18 March 2020
Fabio Martins Gueth explains how his career path into BlueHealth started out with investigating infectious diseases.
Posted on: 3 March 2020
Climate change could affect the livelihoods of people living in Amsterdam. Could blue space and integrated multisectoral governance provide solutions? Fabio Martins Gueth explains more...
Posted on: 19 February 2020
In December we asked people to complete a short survey to tell us what they wanted to know about BlueHealth. Here's what they told us...
Posted on: 13 February 2020
We’ve been using health-centred design principles to regenerate urban blue spaces in Estonia. Katja shares the story so far...