Urban green infrastructure could make significant contributions to physical, psychological, social, and economic determinants of public health. Physical, cognitive, emotional, social, cultural, and biological pathways have been suggested that directly and indirectly link green infrastructure and public health. However, theoretical and practical differences between disciplines result in more trade-offs than win-wins in the integration of green infrastructure and public health.
In this webinar, Dr Konstantinos Tzoulas examines how we can overcome these differences by employing innovative trans-disciplinary and systems-thinking approaches. This webinar is relevant to practitioners in strategic planning and in environmental impact assessment, and to those interested in the interconnections between nature and health.