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MaryCarol Hunter is a landscape architect and ecologist with a research program that encompasses social, psychological and ecological aspects of sustainable urban design. Recently funded work focuses on the design of resilient urban green space under climate change and current work focuses on the impact of nature experiences on mental wellbeing. She also develops research-based design guidelines in support urban sustainability by creating places that people appreciate and protect. Gillespie, S. Urban nature experiences reduce stress in the context of daily life based on salivary biomarkers. Hunter, M. Spatial contagion: Gardening along the street in residential neighborhoods. L andscape and Urban Planning. Using ecological theory to guide urban planting design: An adaption strategy for climate change. Landscape Journal 30 2 :
Documents Data. Greenland Ministry of Fisheries, Hunting and Agriculture APNN is working to strengthen the involvement of fishermen, hunters and other environmentally interested people in the documentation and management of living resources. Therefore, the Ministry has taken initiative to establish this program. This leads to: 1. Enhanced local capacity to monitor resources and to manage these resources within sustainable limits 3. The Village Council establishes a Natural Resources Council comprising local fishermen, hunters and other environmentally-interested people in the community. The members of the Natural Resources Council, together with the municipality and the Ministry of Fisheries, Hunting and Agriculture, identify which species and resource uses they will keep track of. The participants make observations during their trips in the fishing and hunting areas of the community. Observations are written down immediately after returning from tours. Every three months, participants in the Natural Resources Council meet to summarize, discuss and analyze their observations and knowledge as well as discussing and coming to agreement on possible management measures.