Test your Nature-relatedness Research

Psychology Department at Trent University in Peterborough investigating the environmental and health (happiness) benefits of individual differences in connectedness with the natural environment (nature relatedness) Test online HERE

The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes.

If you have children and only follow two of these links....

this is a few minutes well spent.

In 1992, a12 year old girl addresses the United Nations.

An oldie but a goodie... and do you know who's daughter she is?

And 27 years later... and in 2018 and 2019

another child addresses us, (Greta in 2019)

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Website Links

 

Project Nature Connect - Ecopsychology Founder Dr. Michael Cohen's movement for educating, research, couselling and healing through re-connecting with nature.

 

Ecopsychology Support, research, links and studies of the interaction between humans and nature.  Ecopsychology UK.

 

The Earth Charter Values and principles for a sustainable future

 

The PoleStar Project explores alternative futures and global scenerios

 

Skeptical Science - Climate Change history

 

Guide to Composting at Home

Electricity & Its Impacts

 

Nature Deficit Disorder Richard Louv website. Books about reconnecting children and adults with nature and the benefits on their lives, health and our earth.

 

Horticulture Therapy American Horticultural Therapy Association - History, uses, etc regarding the health benifits of using nature and the environment 'Horticulture Therapy.'

 

House plants to clean toxins from your home or work place. NASA and Associated Landscape Contractors of America studyPlants most effective in removing Formaldehyde, Benzene, and Carbon Monoxide from the air

Bamboo Palm – Chamaedorea Seifritzii

Chinese Evergreen - Aglaonema Modestum

English Ivy - Hedera Helix

Gerbera Daisy - Gerbera Jamesonii

Janet Craig - Dracaena “Janet Craig”

Marginata - Dracaena Marginata

Mass cane/Corn Plant - Dracaena Massangeana

Mother-in-Law’s Tongue - Sansevieria Laurentii

Pot Mum – Chrysantheium morifolium 

Peace Lily - Spathiphyllum

Warneckii - Dracaena “Warneckii”

 

Therapeutic Landscapes Network

 

Parks part of our health system

 

Every living thing on this planet has a purpose Earthworms can transform toxicity in soil. Our planet Earth is so amazing and wondrous... 

 

Labyrinths as healing landscapes

Composting Living In Apartments (Thanks to Bella!)

  

Movies and documentaries

The Story of Stuff 20 min movie - Where our stuff comes from and where it's going, why we are on a treadmill in life... consumerism, climate change, environmental concerns, health and wellness, etc. (Temporarily enable pop-ups) 

 

Kymatica 1hr 20min movie-Gosh! Kind of the story of everything! Interesting and thought-provoking

 

The Century of Self - 4 series BBC documentary about the psychology behind politics and consumerism 

 

The Age Of StupidPete Postlethwaite as an old man looking back on Earth from 2055.

 

The Secret Life of Plants. Documentary, plant senses and wisdom. .Includes polygraph test research regarding to how plants react to a variety of circumstances... later… reactions of plants to images and music and other  amazing experiments… 

 

Plant Research into how can a plant discern an insect eating them compared to other influences. “This research also opens the window of plant behavior a little wider, showing that plants have many of the same responses to outside influences that animals do, even though the responses look different,” Appel says in the research. 

 

Books

The Decline and Fall of the Human Race  by M.C. MacDonald  (Free on-line book)

 

The Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawkin

"For the first time since life evolved, one species is now altering the physical, chemical, and biological features of the planet on a geological scale.  Scientists tell us of a litany of ecological disasters—climate change, toxic pollution, species extinction, marine depletion, deforestation—the depressing list can paralyze one with hopelessness and despair.  Fear can motivate immediate action in the short-run, but hope can be sustained. Paul Hawken's writings are always at the cutting edge of environmental thought, original, surprising and shot through with optimism.  Blessed Unrest is an uplifting perspective, engendering wonder and hope.  For all of us that are squirreling away in our individual small ways, it is inspiring to realize that millions of us can add up to an irresistible force. Read this book and shout "Hallelujah!" -David Suzuki, author of The Sacred Balance

A New Earth- Eckhart Tolle

 

 

 

 

 

 Too numerous...more to come....

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A portion of all workshop donations goes to

Project NatureConnect/Eco-Art Therapy and environmental projects including TreeSisters

 
Location

Melbourne Australia 

other locations by request