Note: As of January 1, 2008, the Active Living Network is no longer operational. To stay connected to the active living movement, visit RWJF's related national programs:
Subscribe to Your Network
What is RSS?
Latest News
Survey shows Americans want more walkable communities >>

Complete streets triumph >>

"Streets as places" seminar Nov. 29-30 in New York City >>

Healthy Eating/Active Living collaboration in New Hampshire >>

Forbes rates America's most sedentary cities >>

Resource Types: News

Take action to raise awareness about safe routes to school by participating in national Walk to School month. Communities nationwide are leveraging Walk to School events as a way to rally local and ...

In a recent interview, New York City Planning Director Amanda Burden touches on the importance of mixed-use development and creating healthy, activity-friendly neighborhoods. Her advice to aspiring ...

Preserving trees and maintaining bicycle and pedestrian thoroughfares dominated the concerns of Berkeley.s residents at a community meeting, where plans for the redesign of the downtown BART statio ...

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation.a joint initiative of the William J. Clinton Foundation and the American Heart Association.will help schools to tackle childhood obesity by creating environm ...

City officials are struggling to keep up with demand for bike boulevards as more Portland residents choose to leave their cars at home.

A recent study in Pediatrics cites inequality in availability of recreational facilities as a contributor to ethnic and socio-economic disparities in physical activity and weight.

An op-ed published in The Seattle Times explains the responsibility public schools have in teaching children how to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Filed In: Resource | Health | News | Washington

To coincide with the start of National Public Health Week (April 3-9), U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) and Rep. Hilda L. Solis (D- Calif.) introduced "The Healthy Places Act of 2006" in C ...

The City of Rohnert Park, Calif., voted to restrict new drive-thru windows to foster healthier, more walkable communities and cut pollution from idling engines.

Employees in California are spending their lunch hours walking to local parks and attractions as part of California State Parks. Take a Hike program.

Filed In: Resource | California | Health | News
Syndicate content