March 8th is International Women’s Day. This year’s campaign theme is #BeBoldForChange. With that in mind, the team at GO GREEN EX would like to take a moment to celebrate some of the women whose endeavour has had an enormous impact on our work.
enter site Professor Lora Fleming is the Director of the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH). The ECEHH is a research facility located at the University of Exeter, Truro campus.
It conducts important research into the connections between the environment and human health. Professor Fleming has
done a great deal of research on the interactions between a marine environment and human health. She is a recipient of the Dr Edouard Delcroix Prize and the Anton Bruun medal in recognition of her work.
http://cmminspections.com/contact-us/ Ms Holli-Anne Passmore is a researcher at the University of British Columbia. She has worked tirelessly to promote recognition of the interaction of nature and wellbeing within mainstream psychology. Ms Passmore has been awarded two research scholarships: SSHRC Graduate Scholarship which is awarded to outstanding postgraduate students, and the Killam Doctoral Scholarship for the advancement of learning.
source link Dr Easkey Britton is the first women to be nominated for the WSL Big Wave Awards for tow surfing. She also a five time Irish National Surfing Champion. Linked with her surfing prowess is her work researching and promoting health, social wellbeing, and interaction with blue spaces. She has spoken at Tedx conferences, surfing summits and international conferences. Projects which she is currently involved in include: the documentary Into the Sea, as well as founding Waves of Freedom an organisation that helps empower women through sport.
Dr Matilda Van Den Bosch is an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. Dr Van Den Bosch has worked as a consultant for the World Health Organisation (WHO) US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Her work includes investigating topics such as the health effects of urban parks. She is also president-elect of the International Society of Doctors for the Environment and president of the Swedish Society of Behavioural Medicine.
Julia Kane Africa leads the biophilic design and restorative landscape areas of the Nature and Health program at the Center for Health and the Global Environment, an academic research center at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In this role, she examines the ways in which nature (parks and green spaces) and natural design cues (natural features in built environment settings) in urban settings support psychological and physiological health and resilience. Julia has completed graduate coursework in environmental health, exposure assessment, and sustainable design at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She is a member of the International Living Future Institute Biophilic Design Advisory Board and the Biophilic Cities Network.
Professor Maria Albin is head of the Epidemiology and Environmental Medicine at Lund University Hospital. She is also deputy head of the Occupational and Environmental section. Furthermore, she serves as director of Metalund, a research school dedicated to understanding environmental effects on Public Health.
Dr Hanneke Kruize is a senior environmental epidemiologist at the RIVM’s Centre of Sustainability, Environmental and Health. Recently, she has led projects on green space and health. Dr. Kruize studied Environmental Epidemiology at Wageningen University before obtaining her PhD in Geographical/Environmental Sciences at Utrecht University.
Brigit Staatsen is senior researcher in environmental epidemiology at RIVM. She has an MSc in medical biology, with specialisation in epidemiology and toxicology. She has published papers on numerous topics including Health Impact Assessment and urban green spaces.