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Articles: Why Your Office Needs More Nature

By Jill Suttie | July 18, 2016

According to a recent study, sunlight and natural elements in the workplace may improve workers' moods and job satisfaction.

 
Stacy Bare, director of Sierra Club Outdoors, details his journey from war, PTSD, and addiction to healing.

Videos and Podcasts: How Getting Outdoors Can Heal

By Stacy Bare | June 30, 2016

Stacy Bare, director of Sierra Club Outdoors, details his journey from war, PTSD, and addiction to healing.

 
Craig Anderson, a researcher at UC Berkeley, explains his research studying awe and other emotions during white-water rafting.

Videos and Podcasts: How Scientists Measure Awe in the Wild

By Craig L. Anderson | June 30, 2016

Craig Anderson, a researcher at UC Berkeley, explains his research studying awe and other emotions during white-water rafting.

 

Articles: Four Awe-Inspiring Activities

By Juliana Breines | March 8, 2016

Research-based practices for cultivating awe from the GGSC website Greater Good in Action.

 

Articles: How Nature Can Make You Kinder, Happier, and More Creative

By Jill Suttie | March 2, 2016

We are spending more time indoors and online. But recent studies suggest that nature can help our brains and bodies to stay healthy.

 
Viking, 2016, 400 pages

Articles: What Preschoolers Really Need from Grownups

By Diana Divecha | February 19, 2016

A new book by Erika Christakis explains how current trends in preschool education are harming children.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Mindfulness and Nature

 

Articles: The Kindness of Squirrels

By Jamie Gorrell | August 15, 2011

What adoption in the wild tells us about the presence—and the limits—of altruism in the animal kingdom.

 

Raising Happiness: Tuesday Tip: Get Out into Nature

By Christine Carter | August 9, 2011

One thing you can do today to be happier.

 

Raising Happiness: Tuesday Tip: Take a Stroll

By Christine Carter | July 12, 2011

One thing you can do today to be happier.

 
This week my children are off at a very outdoorsy sleepaway camp—I’m excited for them to be outside nearly constantly for two weeks!  One reason why I’m willing to part with them this summer is that I know that their health and happiness will benefit from their time spent in nature.

Videos and Podcasts: Do Your Kids Have “Nature Deficit Disorder?”

By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | June 27, 2011

This week my children are off at a very outdoorsy sleepaway camp—I’m excited for them to be outside nearly constantly for two weeks!  One reason why I’m willing to part with them this summer is that I know that their health and happiness will benefit from their time spent in nature.

 

Raising Happiness: Podcast: Do Your Kids Have “Nature Deficit Disorder?”

By Christine Carter and Rona Renner | June 26, 2011

The benefits of a summer spent outdoors

 

Articles: Want Happy Workers? Sometimes a Plant is Enough

By Andrew Lewis | January 11, 2011

Refuting the management experts, a recent study suggests employees should be free to decorate their own workspaces.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: “Green” Exercise Improves Mental Health

 

Articles: A Walk in the Park

By Josiah Leong | May 12, 2009

 

Articles: The Hot Spot

By Lisa Bennett | September 1, 2008

Climate scientists wonder why people don’t do more about global warming. Social scientists have some troubling answers.

 

Articles: Sane in the City

By Christi Chidester, Alex Dixon | December 1, 2007

What do healthy urban neighborhoods look like?

 

Articles: Green With Empathy

By Shannon McIntyre | June 1, 2007

 

Articles: Edible Ethics

By Jason Marsh | March 1, 2006

An Interview with Michael Pollan

 

Articles: Can You Do Good by Eating Well?

By Peter Singer, Jim Mason | March 1, 2006

A new movement encourages people to eat food that’s grown close to where they live. The food may be fresher and taste better, but Peter Singer and Jim Mason ask if it’s more ethical to eat locally.

 

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