I’ve been invited to give a short talk about my new book Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age at a meeting of the Dorset Humanists. This is the first in a series of talks by members and there are two of us on the programme – Chris Street, who will be talking about Poetic Naturalism, and myself.
7.30pm, Wednesday 19th April 2017 at The Greenhouse Hotel, Bournemouth. More information.
The event is open to everyone and you don’t have to share Humanist views to come along and join the conversation.
Technobiophilia comes to the Edinburgh International Science Festival
Sunday 16 April 2017, 12:30 — 14:00
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Why do we feel the need to unplug, or sign up for a digital detox? Join us to investigate the research and ideas behind the effects of technology and nature on our health.
Join digital wellbeing expert Sue Thomas, and a panel including a psychologist and an app developer, as we investigate the research and ideas behind the effects of technology and nature on our health. We will look at the effects of wired nature on our brains, study the benefits of a natural world experienced in digital form and find out how we deal with an overload of information.
Supported by The British Psychological Society
Source: Wired Nature – Edinburgh International Science Festival
VALLETTA, MALTA | 18 – 19 APRIL, 2016
Aula Magna, University of Malta Valletta Campus, Old University Building, Valletta, Malta
COST Action TU1306 | CyberParks Fostering Knowledge about the Relationship between Information and Communication Technologies and Public Spaces
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Deadline: 13th November, 2015. Continue reading CFP: “ICiTY – Enhancing places through technology” Valletta, Malta, 18–19 April 2016