Organisation: Ribble Rivers Trust
Type: Technical Support & Training
Link: Visit Website
The CaBA Health and Wellbeing Evidence Base forms a decision support tool designed to help identify where creating publicly accessible green and blue spaces, or improving people’s access to existing green/blue spaces could have the greatest health and wellbeing benefits.
Accessing and connecting with nature has been shown to have significant positive benefits for health and wellbeing. It can also help to increase awareness and appreciation of nature. This in turn may increase the likelihood of wanting to protect and conserve nature. Increasing the provision of high quality green-blue spaces in our towns and cities and providing opportunities for communities to access and connect with nature can therefore provide many multi-benefits for both people and wildlife.
The CaBA Health and Wellbeing evidence base can help identify areas where catchment partnership actions could have the greatest health and wellbeing benefits for populations that are most in need.
It highlights areas with:
Watch the introductory webinar to find out more and follow the links below to open the interactive mapping portal and to access the datasets.