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Dr Alice Goodenough

Research Fellow Treescapes

Alice joined the CCRI in November 2020. Her research interests cover the health and wellbeing benefits of trees, woods and forests, along with arts-based and more-than-human research approaches.


An experienced applied researcher and evaluator, Alice frequently works on projects exploring human-environment interactions including environmental policy co-design and co-evaluation, and the human health and wellbeing impacts of spending time in green and creative spaces, developing findings to support evidence-based intervention design.

She is also Programme Manager of the Future of UK Treescapes Programme, a £14.5 million research programme aiming to improve the environmental, socio-economic, and cultural understanding of the functions and services provided by UK treescapes and inform decision-making on their expansion. Exploring and writing about our relationships with green environments for over 10 years she has worked with a wide range of organisations to evaluate the outcomes of their activity in these settings, with a focus on co-design of interdisciplinary and creative research designs for exploring these.


More publications from Dr Alice Goodenough can be found in the Research Repository.