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Lorraine D'Arcy Dec 10
Trials are an inexpensive way of testing an idea, demonstrating to the public what the project will entail, what’s on offer to users and what the realistic disruption is likely to be (rather than wild varied guesses!) please sign & support
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Martin Prince-Parrott FRSA 16h
The questions we should alll be asking 😍
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Martin Prince-Parrott FRSA Dec 10
Had the pleasure of walking past these everyday. 👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾
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Shilpa Dogra, Ph.D Dec 3
When you prioritize people over cars, wonderful things can happen in your city!
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INHERIT Dec 10
Great example from on their 30 year old project by who outlined how Gothenburg set priorities to: - Reduce school 🏫 failures And - create a climate exchange programme that benefits residents. 🌿
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Marisa Creatore Dec 5
Hi everyone we are hiring at CIHR-IPPH (two positions)! One of the positions is Manager of our Healthy Cities initiative
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Martin Prince-Parrott FRSA Dec 10
This. Most could be happier,healthier and wealthier on a tram with bonus time to read a book or listen to a podcast. Commuting doesn’t have to be awful.
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Erin Richardson Dec 3
How we build in our communities, through the healthy growth and development of our next generation
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Greenstone Design 4h
I am always interested to see what comes up in my news feed. I missed this gem. There were no tags. There are now 😁
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Raahgiri Day Dec 3
Let's loiter in a market street without inhibitions, enjoy what we don't generally - *the night* - taking selfies,eating, shopping, watching movies and street plays... and a lot in store for the ladies ;) See you soon
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Octavio Zamudio Dec 5
To design we must get deeper understanding of the long-term effects of the on the human body. 🚶‍♂️🌳🚶‍♀️🏙👣 A few steps into my research
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Isabel Wetzel Dec 3
Join me in to work on a regular basis! It’s fun, healthy, and you’ll likely be faster than sitting in a car in traffic. The more people cycle the more the city will recognize the need to extend safe walking/cycling infrastructure.
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Yolanda Erburu 7h
Great idea in Madrid!!! Businesses can and must contribute to these initiatives which promote in the cities, where 70% of world’s population will live by 2050. for
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Martin Prince-Parrott FRSA 11h
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Emerald Built Env 12h
Could a network of virtually connected villages be a preferable alternative to ? discusses this question in his paper for SASBE:
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Bruno Helman 13h
Fala sobre a importância de se criar cidades mais saudáveis para que os indivíduos tenham a possibilidade de fazer escolhas saudáveis durante a mesa “Urban health initiative”.
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Kristina Sperkova 13h
Through what cities do we can see whether there is coherence between trade and health policies. Is there lots of advertising and lots cars or are there pedestrian zones and effective structure for public transport, lots of fast food?
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Bax & Company Dec 10
As the lead expert of 's project, was in Loulé. The city is part of a network who recognise the need for when it comes to having healthy citizens!
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Roland Karthaus Dec 10
If you have not yet heard me speak about our and you're interested here's a video of my talk SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange conference earlier this year. More o…
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SustainableStu Dec 10
Elisabeth Bengtsson from presenting their network of +1,000 and their goals for Phase VII //
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