The Routledge Research in Health and Nature series offers a multi-disciplinary forum for cutting-edge research in the broad area of nature, wellbeing and health. Showcasing the work of emerging and established scholars working in areas ranging from chronic disease, psychology and mental health to physical activity and health promotion and socio-economic and cultural aspects of interacting and engaging with nature, the series is an important channel for groundbreaking research investigating Nature and health that is fast becoming vital for the health and wellbeing of people and the planet.
By Marcin Fabjański
June 23, 2022
This book describes how, as a species our survival and capacity to flourish depends on realizing the intimate relationship of humans with nature through active, embodied participation with nature. Living within the physicality of the planet is not a limitation, rather it is our liberation. Full ...
By Eric Brymer, Mike Rogerson, Jo Barton
July 30, 2021
Experiences in nature are now recognised as being fundamental to human health and well-being. Physical activity in nature has been posited as an important well-being facilitator because the presence of nature augments the benefits of physical activity while also enhancing motivation and adherence. ...