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: http://www.rwjf.org/programareas/npolist.jsp?pid=1138.
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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 (NC ...

Active Living by Design project officer presentation.

Active Living by Design project officer presentation.

Active Living by Design project officer presentation.

Designing Community Infrastructure for Active Living by Phil Bors, MPH, Project Officer, Active Living by Design and Sarah Levin Martin, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This presen ...

Active Living by Rich Killingsworth, MPH, Director, Active Living by Design This presentation was given at Health Canada in February 2004. The presentation provides a general overview of the relati ...

This presentation ties together most of the current research supporting active living environments. The built, natural, and social influences are considered how the environment has an impact on he ...

We Are Where We Live: The Role of Place in Public Health by Rich Killingsworth, MPH, Director, Active Living by Design. This presentation was the Max Abramovitz Distinguished Lecture in conjunction ...

A presentaion by Milana A. Boz, Presentation from the 2005 Active Living by Design Grantee Meeting

This PowerPoint Presentation provides the health and safety rationales for creating streets that are safe, comfortable and convenient for travel via automobile, foot, bicycle, and transit. Slides ...

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