20th July 2015
The importance of Nature for our wellbeing is highlighted in an article by Hannah Harper
We naturally gravitate towards green. Picnics in the park and country walks at the weekend, are increasingly part of our restorative pilgrimages to find refuge in green spaces.
The psychological properties of green are well known for restoring our inner equilibrium and bringing a welcomed sense of calm and harmony.
The presence of green in our environment is reassuring on a primitive level, as it indicates the presence of water and most importantly life (and Mother Nature). We feel revived, refreshed and rested after a healthy dose of time surrounded by the green and natural environment.
Forecasts suggest that 75% of the world's population will be living in Urban areas by 2050. Developers and architects are increasingly using green walls and urban landscaping to integrate the recognised benefits of nature and greenery into cities.
There is also a financial incentive for employers to make their workplaces greener. Research has shown that office plants increase your employees wellbeing, productivity, creativity and health.
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