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Interested in starting your own business
in Green Care?

We are excited to announce the launch of our online course that will starts on October 4th. At the end of the course learners will gain a good knowledge on Green Care, as well as entrepreneurial skills to create different Green Care initiatives.

3 Universities
20+ International Case Studies
25+ webinars and videos
150 hours of learning

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12.10.21 | Follow our workshop at EU Regions Week

In the framework of the EU Regions Week, the workshop “Empowering wellbeing and health through nature: inspiring good practices and initiatives across Europe” will take place on the 12th of October 2021. Jointly organized by the European Forest Institute (EFI) and the Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC), this workshop will focus on improving regional and national policies to implement Green Care practices.



Social agriculture
market outlook

Our market outlook on social agriculture is out. The term social agriculture includes a wide variety of activities, from rehabilitation initiatives to educational actions, opening a lot of possibilities for its application. Our market outlook explores these possibilities by analyzing business models and investigating the market.


Forest-based care
market outlook

During the last 10 years forest-based care practices have gained a lot of attention. These type of initiatives provide a lot of potential business opportunities, however the lack of official recognition makes it difficult to find financial support. Our market outlook shares insights on these issues and business opportunities.

Read our market outlooks to find out more.



Green4C on The Nature of Cities

The Nature of Cities is an international platform for transdisciplinary dialogue on urban solutions. Following the Post-COVID-19 City Challenge, this platform gathers ideas on how to design more sustainable, resilient and livable cities. Specifically, the aim of the project was to find ways in which cities can encourage the relationship between humans and nature.


Find out more about Green4C project


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