'Green care' overwhelmingly takes place in a social context, yet this element can often appear to be marginalised in comparison both to associated health outcomes and the relevance of the natural environment
|Title of host publication||Green Care: For Human Therapy, Social innovation, Rural Economy, and Education|
|Place of Publication||Not Known|
|Number of pages||34|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
Leck, C., UPTON, D., & Evans, N. (2013). Social aspects of green care. In C. Gallis (Ed.), Green Care: For Human Therapy, Social innovation, Rural Economy, and Education (pp. 155-188). Not Known: Nova Publishers.