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Physical Activity and the Built Environment

Physical Activity and the Built Environment By Marya Morris, AICP, Director of Research, American Planning Association. Presented at the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity's (NCPPA) Hill Briefing, titled "Physical Activity and the Built Environment". This presentation discusses new state and local policies to redesign communities for physical activity.



OrganizationAmerican Planning Association
Resource TypePresentation
URLhttp://www.ncppa.org/Built%20Env%20Morris....
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