Monday, September 22, 2014

Active community design guidelines explained in

New York City’s award-winning Active Design Guidelines, product of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-sponsored program Fit Nation, offer examples and illustrations of design strategies that promote active living. Utilizing these guidelines for architecture, urban design, and planning can lead to increased use of active transportation, improved social cohesion, and a healthier population. The authors of the Active Design Guidelines will discuss its creation, share examples of implementation, and offer suggestions for how you can begin to implement actions to promote health in your building, block, or neighborhood in this American Public Health Association meeting. Register Now!

No comments:

Post a Comment