Scientist: Mathew White

ESMH Scienctist Mathew WhiteDr Mathew White is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Psychology at the University of Exeter. He is interested in the links between natural environments and human health and wellbeing; and pro-environmental behaviour and wellbeing. He is co-investigator on three large international programmes exploring the health and wellbeing benefits of blue space environments: BlueHealth (H2020), SOPHIE (H2020), and Blue Communities (GCRF) which is looking at these issues in South East Asia.

Urban Health Making Cities Sustainable and Healthier for All

Urban health: making cities sustainable and healthier for all

The current Covid-19 pandemic draws attention to the need to integrate health equity into urban planning and encourage behaviours that simultaneously protect the environment and promote health.

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Dr Mathew White about the role of aquatic environments on the health of urban populations

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr Mathew White about the role of aquatic environments on the health of urban populations

We speak with Mathew White, Environmental Psychologist at The European Centre for Environment & Human Health in the University of Exeter Medical School, about the links between ‘blue infrastructure’ and health and wellbeing. What are your main research interests? I am a psychologist by training primarily interested in the effects of urban and natural environments ...