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This project, carried out between April 2011 and December 2012, contributed to our understanding by raising stakeholder awareness of the state of knowledge of the role of water in relation to well-being (e.g. a cause of stress, or a factor influencing psychological restoration); collating the state-of-art in evidence of the role of water in relation to well-being; and engaging with stakeholders to identify links in relation to water and well-being.
The work was carried out by a team from the James Hutton Institute and Heriot Watt University. Five outputs are available:
- Flood Risk, Mental Health & Well-being
- Blue Health: Water, Health & Well-being
- Sustainable Drainage Systems
- Salutogenic Benefits