This project is examining whether 360 videos can be used in virtual reality to improve health and wellbeing.
Developing a tool for evaluating the social, physical or ecological characteristics of the built environment.
The BlueHealth survey will provide information about how 18,000 people use urban blue environments.
Through a programme of engagement and interaction with the private and commercial sectors, this project will boost the impact of BlueHealth.
This study is examining the health and wellbeing impacts of temporary improvements to an urban stream in Guimarães, northern Portugal.
This project is examining how computer generated virtual environments might be used to boost health and wellbeing.
This project will use communication activities to improve stakeholders’ knowledge of the positive effects of blue space on human health and wellbeing.
The BlueHealth team at the World Health Organisation is creating a Decision-Support Tool to help planners design effective urban blue spaces.
In order to understand the drivers that affect interactions between water and health, this project is developing a series of complex future scenarios.
This study is exploring the potential physical and mental health benefits of a new swimming initiative in Amsterdam, Holland.
This small-scale research project is assessing the effects of improved access to an urban river, the Besòs in Barcelona, Spain.
This study is examining the health and wellbeing impacts of temporary improvements to a stretch of inner city coastline in Tallinn, Estonia.
This research project is analysing the health and wellbeing benefits Spanish office workers experience when walking in different environments.
This project will be collecting stories and pictures about BlueHealth to identify and reflect on the meanings people attach to the places they visit.
This project will evaluate the health and wellbeing impacts of aesthetic changes to a large park in Malmö, Sweden.
This critical review is hoping to understand the criteria which make regeneration projects successful in urban blue environments.
Working with landscape architects, charities and the public, this study is restoring an old spring and its surrounding area in Catalonia, Spain.
The BlueHealth secondary data analyses will explore relationships between health and wellbeing and urban blue spaces in several large European data sets.
This project will evaluate the impact of a new swimming initiative on children and adolescents in the city of Malmö, Sweden.
This research project is exploring the health and wellbeing impacts of improving an urban blue environment in Thessaloniki, Greece.
This study is examining the health and wellbeing impacts of temporary improvements to Anne Kanal - an artificial body of water in Estonia.
This project is examining the effects of extensive improvements to an inner-city beach in the UK.