Research suggests that people who support SET business practices (e.g., who usually purchase eco-friendly products and brands, who belong to environmental or conservation organizations) are more likely to visit natural spaces at least once week (e.g., go for a walk) and are more likely to feel connected to nature (e.g., to feel they are part of nature, to find beauty in nature and treat nature with respect). There is also a positive relationship between people feeling connected to nature and their feeling that the things they do in their life are worthwhile, a relationship that is strengthened if they go for a walk at least once a week.
Martin, L., White, M. P., Hunt, A., Richardson, M., Pahl, S., & Burt, J. (2020). Nature contact, nature connectedness and associations with health, wellbeing and pro-environmental behaviours. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 68, 101389: 1-12