The city might be good for business but it may not be good for your thinking skills or stress levels, according to recent research.  Drawing on the work of environmental psychologists and psychologists who study the brain, Johan Lehrer discusses how incorporating nature into our daily urban environment can reduce stress and improve our ability to concentrate and think creatively.   Click here for the full article (published January 2nd in the Globe and Mail).

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