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Flourishing Communities and Productive Seas

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Over forty delegates attended a one day CECHR-funded symposium on marine spatial planning on 28 April, organised by Deborah Peel and Alison Reeves, and postgraduate students from the Masters in Spatial Planning (Marine Spatial Planning). Participants came from a range of backgrounds, including central government, local authorities, Scottish Natural Heritage, the Crown Estate, and NGOs, such as Scottish Environment LINK and PAS...

Enhancing wellbeing: inclusive, community collaborative approaches to place making

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Resources from the event, Report, videos, Galleries Date: 15/05/2015   Time: 10.00 – 16.00 > Location:  Dalhousie Lecture Theatre  (LT1- Ground Floor), University of Dundee Briefing Attitudes to well-being are beginning to change, both within government and society, with a shift away from the idea that a flourishing life is primarily connected to material prosperity towards one that positions well-...