Intersections: Health and the Built Environment

Publisher: Urban Land Institute
Year: 2013

This resource explores the relationship between urban design and public health. The report provides case studies and recommendations for creating healthy and sustainable communities, such as promoting physical activity through walkable streets and parks, providing access to healthy food options, and designing buildings that improve indoor air quality. The study highlights the need for collaboration between public health and urban design professionals to address these issues, and emphasizes the role of community engagement in promoting healthy environments.

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