There is now ample and robust evidence that green infrastructure is good for people’s health. How can we plan, design and manage green spaces to maximise their value to people’s health and wellbeing? How can we improve the health and wellbeing value of existing green spaces? What do we know – and what do we still need to research?
Join TCPA and the Green Infrastructure Partnership at their conference in London on 12th July 2018 and hear a range of high-profile speakers will explore the following topics:
- Will it be possible to attract funding from health budgets to help maintain green infrastructure? What are the barriers to achieving this?
- How can we maximise the health and wellbeing benefits of green infrastructure? Do we know enough?
- What can we do right now to create and enhance green infrastructure to enhance people’s wellbeing?
This conference will bring together public health practitioners, landscape architects, developers, planners, researchers and others to share ideas and good practice, create new partnerships and identify opportunities for re-shaping our thinking about green spaces to give more emphasis to their multiple health and wellbeing benefits. For more information, click here.