Tag Archives: green health

Green Health Week gets underway

This week we’re celebrating Green Health Week! Here we take a look at what green health is, why it’s so important and what we’re doing to encourage it. Scotland’s great outdoors is outstanding and provides a wealth of amazing places … Continue reading

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Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

It was spring 2011. I’d decided to walk around the edge of the UK, anti-clockwise from Edinburgh, to highlight the experiences of people with mental health problems, many of whom feel they are on the edge of society. Chris McCullough Young … Continue reading

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What I learned from a year of active travel

There are clear health and environmental benefits from active travel. A key aim of our work to develop and promote Scotland’s National Walking and Cycling Network is to support physical activity and sustainable travel choices.  A year after ditching the … Continue reading

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Biodiversity on the move!

Millie Pringle is a student at Wallington High School for Girls, and recently spent a week’s internship with SNH and the Scottish Wildlife Trust. Here she shares some thoughts on how we could involve more people in spreading the benefits … Continue reading

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