Health and social outcomes of urban greening; more-than-human theories; social practices; urban human-nature relationships; health and everyday routines
Cecily has published applied and theoretically informed applied work on health and sustainability, including the internationally renowned ‘Healthy Parks, Healthy People’ report (Parks Victoria 2002, 2008) and her most recent book, Healthy Urban Environments: More-than-human Theories (Routledge, 2018). She has conducted research with a range of government and industry partners since 1999, and is currently a chief investigator for the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub funded by the Australian Government (under the National Environmental Science Programme, (2015-2020)). Cecily has Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and a PhD in Health Promotion.
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