The Integrated Catchment Solution Programme (iCASP) funded project has produced a summary of evidence about how nature-based activity programmes like gardening, conservation and ecotherapy can improve people’s health.
Organised activities in nature aiming to improve people’s health are increasingly being offered through green social prescribing. However, it can be hard to keep up to date with the latest peer-reviewed evidence.
The researchers have summarised evidence from 12 recent systematic reviews of nature-based interventions. The interactive summary and accompanying report shows what is known, what isn’t known and why it matters.
Please read the report and summary here:
- Nature-based interventions for health and wellbeing report (google doc)
- Nature-based interventions for health and wellbeing interactive summary