Lecturer invited to speak at Eden Sessions
Last month, senior lecturer Dr Catherine Kelly was invited to speak at Eden Sessions – a series of live outdoor music concerts and day talks held at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
Catherine was invited to speak on 18 June, alongside American music legends The War on Drugs and indie favourite Beth Orton.
She spoke about nature connections for wellbeing, and the links between blue and green spaces for human health in the Eden Project’s wonderful Mediterranean Biome.
Session attendees and members of the public could also attend an interview with Pam Horton, Leadership Manager and Curator at the Eden Project, followed by a Q&A.
“It was an honour to be invited along to such a flagship site for sustainability in the UK, and to bring the importance of blue space and wellbeing links to wider audiences,” said Catherine.
The Eden Project has attracted more than 22million visitors over the two decades since its inception, and it continues to be a key site for environmental conservation and education messages.
Catherine has been invited to discuss contributing to Eden’s leadership programme following her author talks. Congratulations!