We’ve known for some time that good quality natural landscape in urban areas can affect how people feel. It reduces stress and sadness, lifts the mood and makes us feel better. The benefits of these green and blues space, and …
Stephen Morton is an experienced public health physician currently working as a Programme Director in Public health England on Sustainability for Public Health Benefits. The rational for this role is to try and integrate different strands of work within PHE that each have the potential to both improve the health of our people and to protect the earth’s environment, now and in the future.
It’s coming up to three years since Directors of Public Health and their local public health teams moved formally into local authorities. Both before and after this transition, much progress has been made towards developing creative ways of improving public …
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