A ground-breaking research project and behaviour change programme evidencing the impact of nature on health, wellbeing and behaviour.
Through published research, culture change programmes and exploring nature’s impact on people’s mental functioning, social relationships and physical well-being, the Project encourages greater interaction with nature, to create healthier and happier working environments.
The impact of nature on people is well documented. Just some of the many benefits of being in the presence of, or simply viewing nature, include reductions in stress, anxiety, blood pressure, anger and exhaustion, whilst increasing energy levels, cognitive functioning and happiness. The Good Life Project exists to demonstrate the efficacy of restorative environments and to encourage corporate responsibility in this area. Our research into the cognitive and emotional impact of nature in the working environment provides real-world, evidence-based suggestions, supported by data, for how organisations can achieve this with simple and cost-effective strategies.
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