Publications for Dr Joelene Hughes

Age and connection to nature: when is engagement critical?

Conservation organizations are increasingly aware of the need to motivate pro-environmental behavior by connecting people with nature. However, to maximize the effectiveness of the limited resources available, there needs to be a better understanding of the variability in people's connection to nature shown at different ages.

Date
01 April 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Joelene Hughes
Authors
Hughes, Joelene Rogerson, Mike Barton, Jo Bragg, Rachel
Published in
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17(5): 265-269.
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In a mental-health care setting, can nature conservation and health priorities align?

There is growing evidence that activities in nature could meet both health and nature conservation goals. Consequently, there is growing interest in collaborations between health and nature conservation organizations

Date
03 June 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Joelene Hughes, Dr Richard Bradbury, Dr Rebecca Jefferson
Authors
Hughes, Joelene De Ruyck, Chris Emmens, Tobit Bradbury, Richard B. Jefferson, Rebecca
Published in
Journal of Interprofessional Care: 1-10.
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Evaluating connection to nature and the relationship with conservation behaviour in children

‘Connection to nature’ is a multidimensional trait thought to be important for developing positive conservation behaviours, and strengthening people’s connection to nature has become the focus for many conservation...

Date
01 September 2018
RSPB Authors
Dr Joelene Hughes
Authors
Hughes, J., Richardson, M.J. & Lumber, R.
Published in
Journal for Nature Conservation 45: 11-19
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Age and connection to nature: when is engagement critical?

Conservation organizations are increasingly aware of the need to motivate pro‐environmental behavior by connecting people with nature. However, to maximize the effectiveness of the limited resources available, there needs to be a better understanding of the variability in people's connection to nature shown at different ages.

Date
16 April 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Joelene Hughes
Authors
Hughes, J., Rogerson, M., Barton, J. & Bragg, R.
Published in
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
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In a mental-health care setting, can nature conservation and health priorities align?

There is growing evidence that activities in nature could meet both health and nature conservation goals. Consequently, there is growing interest in collaborations between health and nature...

Date
03 June 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Joelene Hughes, Dr Richard Bradbury, Dr Rebecca Jefferson
Authors
Hughes, J., De Ruyck, C., Emmens, T., Bradbury, R.B. & Jefferson, R.
Published in
Journal of Interprofessional Care
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The State of Nature 2019

The State of Nature report 2019 presents an overview of how wildlife is faring in the UK and its Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies. Additionally, it assesses the pressures that are acting on nature, and the responses being made, collectively, to counter these pressures

Date
07 October 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Dr Fiona Burns, Andrew Stanbury, Will Kirby, Dr Joelene Hughes
Authors
Hayhow, Daniel Eaton, Mark Burns, Fiona Stanbury, Andrew Kirby, Will Bailey, Neil Beckmann, Björn C. Bedford, Jacob Boersch-Supan, Philipp Coomber, Frazer Dennis, Emily Dolman, Sarah Dunn, Euan Hall, Jonathan Harrower, Colin Hatfield, Jack Hawley, Jenny Haysom, Karen Hughes, Joelene Symes, Nigel
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