VIDEOS & AUDIO
03.09.2023 Professor Xiaoqi Feng is interviewed by Rose Kerr on ABC Radio National. Broadcast Sun 3 Sep 2023 at 7:00am.
"Nature prescriptions — just what the doctor ordered. Nature is good for our wellbeing. But how much green space does a community need, before you can see a wellbeing boost? And how do we encourage people to spend more time outdoors?”
Also listen online at ABC Listen
Professor Xiaoqi Feng and Professor Thomas Astell-Burt feature in Channel 7's 'The WEEKENDER'. The feature titled "Fun ways to get your steps up!" aired on Sunday 16 July, 2023.
11.07.2023 Professor Thomas Astell-Burt Keynote at 2nd WFUF - Pre-forum Webinar on Health and Green Spaces. Professor Astell-Burt provides an overview of his latest research on the links between green spaces and human health.
19.04.2023 ABC Radio National with interview with Professor Xiaoqi Feng and Hilary Harper.
Program 'Life Matters -Spending more time in nature, on doctor's orders'
#TheProjectTV #MentalHealth #NaturePrescriptions #PANDAtrial
Rise In Nature Prescriptions, The Personalised Healthcare Plans To Spend More Time Outside - Pharmaceuticals have become a common treatment for mental health illnesses, but now more people are turning to nature prescriptions, as research shows the great outdoors is one of the best things for you.
10.04.2023 The Project TV on Channel Ten Interview with Professor Xiaoqi Feng.
10.04.2023 ABC Radio Drive with Mary Gearin and Professor Xiaoqi Feng, discussing Nature Prescriptions and the PANDA Trial
04.04.2023 ABC Sydney Mornings Radio Interview with Sarah MacDonald and Professor Feng - Discussing Nature Prescriptions and the PANDA Trial
05.04.2023 The Green Desk: Prescribing nature with Professor Xiaoqi Feng. April 5, 2023. Radio interview on 95bfm.
04.04.2023 1 news TV NZ "Take a walk not a pill - nature prescriptions on the rise". 1news.co.nz featues The PANDA Trial and discusses Nature Prescriptions.
02.2023 Professor Thomas Astell-Burt. Keynote Panelist at the Campaign to End Loneliness 2023 International Conference
08.2022 Professor Feng is interviewed on the APAC Network - "How cities affect our health"
20.01.2023 Professor Feng speaks with James Valentine on ABC Radio Sydney Breakfast with James Valentine.
12.01.2023 Professor Feng talks about her research and latest publications in an interview with Eastside Radio 89.7FM
23.08.2022 A/Prof Xiaoqi Feng is interviewed on ABC Perth Radio
21.06.22 A/Prof Xiaoqi Feng Keynote for Plenary Session: "Changing Environment and Health"
21.06.2022 Prof Prof Thomas Astell-Burt Invited Speaker: “Have we reached peak-greenness? Green space and health research in the “big data” era”
08.06.2022 Geospatial Mapping for Public Health Webinar
FULL WEBINAR - A/Prof Feng begins her presentation at 15:20min
08.06.2022 Geospatial Mapping for Public Health Webinar. DIRECT start with A/Prof Feng and followed by Professor Astell-Burt.
Invited talk for Prof Thomas Astell-Burt at WFCKorea
On 5th May 2022 Professor Astell-Burt gave an engaging invited talk at the XV World Forestry Congress 2022. Thomas spoke for ~6 minutes on loneliness, more green time, tree canopy and the associated health benefits of increasing visitations to green space.
05.05.2022 A/Professor Xiaoqi Feng spoke on ABC Radio Canberra with Georgia Stynes, on how nature promotes our health.
Greener Cities, Healthier Lives
Listen to PowerLab Co-Director Prof Astell-Burt as he features as Keynote at the UN/FAO’s 3rd Asia Pacific Urban Forestry Meeting ‘Healthy Cities’ panel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ID3cFblyzM&t=3954s
‘A Walk In The Park’ with Gil featuring Prof Cecil Konijnendijk, cited our work on tree canopy and health in this video in support of the ‘3-30-300 Rule’ for urban greening.
Prof Astell-Burt invited by NSW DPIE to speak at the World Urban Parks Congress.
Watch Prof Astell-Burt from 20:45mins.
Sustainability Impacts in our Region - GCCW 2021
Hosted by Prof Jennifer L Martin, in this fast-paced session we hear from a wide range of climate impact warriors and negotiators from our region, including Professor Thomas Astell-Burt - Director of UOW PowerLab. Thomas features from 11:34min
Climate Change and Health - Panel Discussion: GCCW 2021
This panel session focused on opportunities for action on climate in curricula and research.
Associate Professor Rowena Ivers (Community Based Health Education) hosted the session with panelists including students and academics, featuring guest speaker Professor Thomas Astell-Burt, PowerLab Director, School of Health and Society. View Thomas speaking at 45:40min
PowerLab Co-Directors A/Prof Xiaoqi Feng and Prof Thomas Astell-Burt make invited presentations with the Greater Sydney Landcare Network and share their fascinating research findings into the mental health and wellbeing benefits of green space in our neighbourhoods, particularly tree canopy cover
PowerLab Co-Director Thomas Astell-Burt presents virtually at PLACESCORE: Liveability in Australia: Executive Insights. Thomas features from 46mins
MARCO MARTUZZI & XIAOQI FENG - Career and Research Talks
Nov 29, 2020
MARK NIEUWENHUIJSEN & XIAOQI FENG - Career and Research Talks
Oct 9, 2020
Natural Environments and Mental Health
Sep 30, 2020
IACA Forum 2020: "Parklife" by Prof. Thomas Astell-Burt
Mar 2, 2020
Professor Thomas Astell-Burt - a UOW Big Ideas Festival speaker
Oct 25, 2019
Associate Professor Xiaoqi Feng, Founding Co-Director of PowerLab at School of Health and Society, has been awarded the Research Award for NSW/ACT Parks and Leisure Australia Awards of Excellence. View the project video here.
1 November 2019
UOW researchers secure $1.4m to tackle dementia
Aug 8, 2017
Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz - Global Challenges Travel Scholarship Video Challenge
Faysal Shuvo - Global Challenges Travel Scholarship Video Challenge
Tashi Dendup - Global Challenges Travel Scholarship Video Challenge
Selin Akaraci - Global Challenges Travel Scholarship Video Challenge
Does where you live affect your nutrition?
Nov 2, 2015