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The National Walking Strategy is 's vision for a nation that walks more every day. Account managed by . Retweets are not endorsements
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Get Scotland Walking 37m
An Ode to Women Who Walk, From Virginia Woolf to Greta Gerwig via
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Queensland Walks 1h
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Green Health Partnership Dundee 6h
Each additional kilometer walked per day in mixed use environments was associated with a 4.8% reduction in the likelihood of obesity. An increase in land use mix is associated with a 12.2% reduction in the likelihood of
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Brent Toderian 15h
“Making neighborhoods more walkable increases the # of people who shop there. Pedestrians may spend as much as 65% more than drivers. It also boosts employment. Biking & walking provide an estimated return on investment of $11.80 for every $1 invested.”
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Paths for All 8h
"We want to see social prescribing of physical activity put on the same basis as medical prescribing of drugs" Pleased to see conclusions from report
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Get Scotland Walking 7h
Activities like gardening or walking can halve prostate cancer risk, says study
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Paths for All 9h
are short, safe, social, and accessible low-level walks led by trained volunteers and most end with a cuppa and a blether. To find your nearest walk, visit
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Happy City UK 10h
How can create real change? And what can it do to meet the challenges of complex systems and structures? See our latest blog on using wellbeing measurement to change the world:
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Cycling Scotland 10h
Commute satisfaction is "much higher" among people who walk and cycle to work... we knew we were onto something!
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Paths for All 11h
JOB ALERT: Could you be a manager in the eastern Highlands? Closing date for this super opportunity is 3rd January, 2020.
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Paths for All 11h
Through our campaign, we're shining the spotlight on the great work volunteers up and down the country are doing to improve paths with the help of our grants. Here's a look at what's going on in the north and north-east… via
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greenspace scotland 13h
More research on how in cities can help us live longer, better lived via
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RTPI Policy&Research 15h
Planning in the UK’ reveals that over the past 50 years there has been a ‘drastic reduction’ in the use of outdoor spaces by children, as national policy has increasingly focused on economics rather than people. Read the report here
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Paths for All 13h
Big thanks to our brilliant funded projects for coming along to our Learning Event yesterday and sharing their successes, discussing project issues, and celebrating impact. If you missed it, here are some of the highlights ⚡️ “ Learning Event”
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Paths for All 13h
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Free bus travel for refugees, teddy walks for under 5s, GP sign posting schemes, active travel hubs in schools, street art installations - 's innovative projects support people to choose more active & sustainable travel options. Find out more 👇
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greenspace scotland Dec 4
Time for a cuppa and a catch up of news, reaseach, funding & events from scotland, UK and international Our last ebulletin of 2019 is out now!
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Edinburgh Greenspace Dec 4
Green spaces can prevent premature death - Air Quality News
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Our Connected Neighbourhoods Dec 3
The OCN team has contributed to the development of new guidance by Louise McCabe, Alison Dawson and Elaine Douglas at University of Stirling for use in developing projects that use technology to promote social connectedness. Download the PDF at the link
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Christine Dec 4
Full house today event on ‘Inclusiveness in events & nature spaces for mental health benefits.’ and Rona Gibb
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Suzanne Forup Dec 4
Good to hear Pete Grant from confirm that the vision for travel isn't 'just about electrication' but shift to sustainable and active modes and reduced demand
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