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    Estimating visitor and visit numbers to woodlands

    Lead Author: Forest Research
    Legacy socio-economic research relating to: Well-being and quality of life Estimating visitor and visit numbers to woodlands (PDF-653K) Access our current and recent socio-economic research.
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    Behaviour and behaviour change: A review

    Lead Author: Forest Research
    Legacy socio-economic research relating to: Well-being and quality of life Behaviour and behaviour change: A review (PDF-228k)
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    Active England evaluation

    Lead Author: Forest Research
    Legacy socio-economic research relating to: Well-being and quality of life Active England evaluation (PDF-707K) Access our current and recent socio-economic research.
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    Trees and woodlands: Nature’s health service

    Lead Author: Liz O'Brien
    This publication provides information and evidence supporting the idea that the use and enjoyment of woodlands and green spaces improves people’s overall health and well-being. By Liz O'Brien. Forward by Sir Liam Donaldson – Chief Medical Officer for England. November 2005. Executive summary Trees and woodlands: nature’s health service is aimed at a wide range of health professionals and environmental […]
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    Health and well-being

    Lead Author: Paul Tabbush
    Trees, Woodlands and Natural Spaces This publication provides a synopsis of presentations and workshop discussions from three expert consultations held on “Health and Well-being: Trees, Woodlands and Natural Spaces” in Scotland, England and Wales in 2002.
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    Mapping the woodfuel system

    Lead Author: Forest Research
    Legacy socio-economic research relating to: Governance Mapping the woodfuel system (PDF-301K) Access our current and recent socio-economic research.
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    Engagement with Nature and Covid-19 Restrictions

    Lead Author: Liz O’Brien
    Report from a study exploring people’s connection with trees, woodlands and wider nature before and during the Covid-19 pandemic. An online survey ran from mid-June until the end of July 2020. This publication reports on the findings of the survey.
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    Understanding new and emerging pest threats to priority tree species and new woodlands

    This is a collaboration with tree health scientists to explore new and emerging pest threats to priority tree species and new woodlands. We aim to assess the risks posed by established pests under current and future climates, and the most likely invasion pathways for key invasive pests.
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    Valuing the mental health benefits of woodlands – In Brief

    This research is the first of its kind to value the mental health benefits associated with the UK’s woodlands
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    Valuing the mental health benefits of woodlands

    Lead Author: Vadim Saraev
    This study is the first attempt to provide national estimates of the natural capital value of the mental health benefits provided by UK woodlands.
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    Engagement with nature and Covid-19 restrictions Survey 2021: Key results

    Lead Author: Liz O'Brien
    This summary report of a survey undertaken to explore engagement with nature during the Covid-19 restrictions highlights the important role of nature and woodlands in supporting people's wellbeing through the Covid pandemic.