Has your doctor recommended you go for regular jogs in the park, countryside walks, community food growing sessions, or some other nature-based activity? These so-called “green prescriptions” are typically given alongside conventional therapies and have existed in various forms for a number of years. Instead we should provide greener, more natural settings and practices for health, social care, education, transport and active travel. Green prescribing cannot be seen as a low-cost alternative to conventional treatments. These are the people that arguably most need green prescriptions, but if they don’t have the basic access then those prescriptions are unlikely to be effective.