The UK National Parks and Wellbeing Forum is a network of practitioners, managers, planners and researchers involved with promoting the value of the environment and nature conservation for human health and wellbeing.
Its unique role and goal is to encourage integrated thinking, raise awareness, stimulate research, influence policy, improve the understanding of national parks’ systems and push their health enhancing value up the social and political agenda.
Members of the Forum come from a wide variety of backgrounds, from health professions, practical ecologists, academics, journalists, the voluntary sector, NGOs, local authorities, government agencies, private consultancies, and all those primarily concerned with integrating the wildlife and environment conservation role of parks with their positive impacts on human wellbeing.
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