News and events
Dr Amanda Slevin has been awarded the prestigious RSBP Medal on behalf of the Climate Coalition Northern Ireland for their successful campaigning to deliver historic climate legislation in Northern Ireland
A webinar, with Mae Murray Foundation, on the importance of inclusion in green and blue spaces, guidance for developing an inclusive beach, and what we need to do next.
Practitioners working to address greening, health, and inequalities in Belfast have completed training with GroundsWell and Belfast Healthy Cities
On 14th- 15th June, Belfast Healthy Cities led a delegation from Belfast to Cork to learn about work being led by Cork Healthy Cities and Green Spaces for Health to address health inequalities, well-being and the environment.
Women in Cities Belfast is a new initiative being led by Callie Persic (Belfast City Council), Ruth Hunter, Agustina Martire (QUB Architecture), Nuala Flood and Laura Michael (QUB Planning)
GroundsWell partnered with EastSide Greenway and the Paul Hogarth Company to run a full-day workshop in East Belfast, to discuss with the public “How Can We Future Proof The Connswater Greenway?” in the face of the climate and biodiversity crisis.
The first Liverpool Hub meeting was held on Monday 17th October at The Brain Charity and had a lot of vibrant discussion between stakeholders, public advisors and members of our team
As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science event, GroundsWell in Edinburgh ran an interactive drop-in event about becoming a citizen scientist and exploring how urban green and blue spaces impact our health and wellbeing
Together with colleagues from project SPACE (Supportive Environments for Physical and Social Activity, Healthy Ageing & Cognitive Health), Niamh represented GroundsWell at the Centre for Public Health stall giving members of the public Body MOTs.
The Mae Murray Foundation has launched the “ADAPT my Beach” guide, with support from GroundsWell colleagues in Queen’s University Belfast and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.