Supported by the Soil Association and broadcasters Kate Humble and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, The Good Life Project is a ground-breaking research project and behaviour insight programme evidencing the impact of nature on mental functioning, social relationships and physical well-being.
The impact of nature on people is well documented. Just some of the many benefits of being in the presence of, or simply viewing nature, include reductions in stress, anger and exhaustion, whilst increasing energy levels, cognitive functioning and happiness.
We are establishing long-term research project partnerships between The Good Life Project research faculty, Good Life Ambassadors and key stakeholders from enrolled organisations and are confident that the small cohorts selected from each organisation will demonstrate the project's efficacy in-situ within working environments, therefore encouraging organisations to continue the project with larger cohorts of entire departments and hopefully throughout the entire organisation. The final project results will be made publicly available and submitted to scientific journals.
Supported by Vigo Presses, BJ Sherriff, Gabriel Ash.
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