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Dr Clare Twigger-Ross speaking at the British Environmental Psychology Society conference
CEP's Dr Clare Twigger-Ross is giving a keynote talk titled "Environmental Psychology in practice: challenges and opportunities" at the British Environmental Psychology Society (BrEPS) annual conference on Friday 23rd September. Clare's talk will be drawing on CEP's recent work on the Flood Resilience Community Pathfinder evaluation and the Health and Social Benefits of Nature.
The conference is titled "Healthy and Sustainable places: providing evidence based solutions to real world problems" and is being held at the University of Surrey Environmental Psychology Research Centre on the 22nd and 23rd September. This year's conference focuses on two key themes:
- Environment, health and well-being: including areas such as environmental stress and restoration, place attachment and aesthetics.
- Sustainability: including areas such as sustainable lifestyles, environmental attitudes and behaviour, and environmental risk.