VIDEO > A place to flourish
A recording of a public lecture given by Catharine Ward Thompson on the eve of receiving her honorary doctorate at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Hosted by YouTube. Duration: 27 mins 29 secs
A recording of a free webinar, hosted by Routledge, featuring Catharine Ward Thompson and other experts on landscape design and health. Hosted by YouTube. Duration: 50 mins 02 secs
PODCAST > What makes a place age-friendly?
An interview with OPENspace researchers, Katherine Brookfield and Sara Tilley, recorded during a week of co-design activities on the Northern Scottish islands of Orkney as part of the Mobility, Mood and Place (MMP) research project. Hosted by Orkney Podcasts. Duration: 14 mins 59 secs
VIDEO > Habitats for Happy Ageing
Highlights from our free event at the University of Edinburgh celebrating the UN International Day of Happiness 2015. Hosted by vimeo. Duration: 02 mins 31 secs
Public lecture given by our visiting International Expert Advisor, Harvard University’s Professor Ichiro Kawachi, at Edinburgh College of Art in February 2015. Hosted by vimeo.
Duration: 01 hr 01 min 48 secs
Public lecture by Catharine Ward Thompson, recorded on 7th May 2014, at Resilient Cities (Urbanisation and Health); part of the University of Edinburgh’s Global Academies’ Environment and Health Under the Microscope series. Hosted by YouTube. Duration: 21 mins 33 secs
A short film about a ten-year study, led by OPENspace, on older people’s access to outdoor environments. Hosted by vimeo. Duration: 06 mins 56 secs
Public lecture by Catharine Ward Thompson, recorded on 11th December 2012, at the Business School, University of Edinburgh. In the film, Catharine addresses the question of why inclusive access to the outdoors matters for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Hosted by YouTube. Duration: 01 hr 01 min 31 secs
VIDEO Is Green Good for You?
Public lecture by Catharine Ward Thompson delivered as part of the University of Edinburgh’s ‘Our Changing World’ series on 16th October 2012. In the film, Catharine discusses the linkages between health and access to natural environments.
Hosted by YouTube. Duration: 01 hr 16 mins 44 secs