Green space and health network
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare hosts and supports a number of networks to enable communities of like-minded people to collaborate internationally on sustainability in their clinical specialty or area of interest.
Our green space and health network is a space to highlight the latest research and resources, ask and answer questions, and share your own green space updates and experiences. This forum is designed for health professionals, estates staff, educators, link workers, academics, students, service users and more to connect and engage with others in this field.
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Abstracts are welcomed for the Healthy Planet, Healthy People conference on 30th November 2022, hosted by The Institute of Public Health, Public Health Agency, Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast, and University College Cork. The conference theme is the relationship between climate change and health in Ireland.
We invite you to join us online for this year’s NHS Forest conference, which will be held online this autumn.
About this event
The more biodiverse our ecosystems, the more resilient they tend to be – to climate change, invasive species, habitat loss and other threats. And the more biodiverse our surroundings, the more resilient our own communities can become, too, as these ecosystems can provide fresh, nutritious food; cleaner air and water; and support the pollinators that sustain our crops, gardens and wider natural environments.
The Energy Project Enabling Fund is providing capital grants to a range of organisations across the North East and Yorkshire (NEY).
The fund has £400,000 to support capital projects across NEY’s Net Zero Hub’s geography focusing on the delivery of energy projects. The NEY Net Zero Hub geography covers the North East, Tees Valley, York and North Yorkshire, Hull and East Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, and South Yorkshire.
CSH beacon site Queens University Belfast are undertaking some mapping of sustainable healthcare activities in Northern Ireland. If you are involved in any, or know of any taking place please could you post details in the comments or send details directly to Diarmuid O’Donovan, Professor of Global Health, Queen’s University Belfast, Centre for Public Health, email email@example.com
With perfect timing, in the midst of a life-threatening heatwave and an undemocratic leadership contest where most of the contenders seem to want to water down this already threadbare plan, the High court has ruled it inadequate and unlawful. They have given the government 8 months to pull something more convincing together, including adequate public and parliamentary scrutiny. Well done to the Good Law project !
An MSc student at UWE in Planning and Urban Leadership is looking for responses to contribute to her final project. She is seeking views on opportunities and constraints relating to street tree provision within new urban developments in the UK. This takes the form of a questionnaire: https://uwe.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZnDeGAuIMx7it0.
Any questions please contact Laura: Laura2.Mckechnie@live.uwe.ac.uk.
The GMC consultation on changes to Good Medical Practice guidelines closes on the 20th July. Please take the time to respond to this. Take part in the Good medical practice consultation – GMC (gmc-uk.org)