Park and Evans assessed the current relevance of Lynch’s work.
Keijzer and colleagues set out to confirm the health benefits of living near greenspaces.
Garrett and colleagues investigated links between how close people live to the coast and self-reported mental health.
Maximizing individual and collective wellbeing
Evolving waterside walks
Glasgow and teammates evaluated mood during travel by contacting people periodically during their journeys via their phones.
Crucial resource for designing in walkability
Nearby greenery has again been linked to mental wellbeing.
Urban planning for social effects
Zuniga-Teran lead a team which determined that parks are used more when the routes potential users would take to them are more walkable.