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Planning Active Communities- American Planning Association PAS Report

The American Planning Association’s report entitled Planning Active Communities covers the historical linkages between public health and planning, background on the health issues connected with physical inactivity, strategic points of intervention, accessible schools and examples of active communities.
Available for purchase on website.



OrganizationAmerican Planning Association
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.planning.org/APAStore/Search/Default.a...
Publish Date2006
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