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Content tagged with: Making cities healthier

Posted: 2013-10-27
Agenda - Health concerns have shaped the development of cities for centuries. Waste management, green space, air, noise and light pollution are just some of the issues that affect our collective physical and mental wellbeing. As city populations grow and densify, providing healthy urban environments is becoming increasingly challenging. Not only by focusing on the interdisciplinary approach, but by including citizen participation and empowerment as tools as well.
Posted: 2016-12-07
Event - We are pleased to share that our partner, EAROPH, will host an International Conference on the "Obesity Crisis in Southeast Asia" from 17-18 April. 
Posted: 2016-10-06
Page - A New Role for the Private Sector:
Integral to Implementation of the New Urban Agenda
    Date: 20 OCT, from 14-16 hrs. Location: Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Room 6
Programme:   14:00-14:15
Posted: 2016-06-10
Articles - What is your urban solution? Seize the opportunity! Help contribute to the New Urban Agenda via IFHP!
Posted: 2016-05-10
Blog - IFHP's Senior Project Manager Christina Krog went to the Healthy Buildings Day 2016 hosted by the VELUX Group and learned a lot about Europeans’ health and living conditions. Read the blogpost for her insights and some interesting facts.
Posted: 2015-10-23
Event - Nearly two-thirds of the 382 million people with diabetes live in cities. If this trend continues, as many as half a billion people will have diabetes by 2035; nearly all of them living in urban areas! 
Posted: 2015-09-14
Articles - Both the IFHP President and the Deputy President were on the road, presenting IFHP to new communities. 
Posted: 2015-08-14
Articles - IFHP is proud to join the World Urban Campaign as Associate Partner
Posted: 2014-03-18
Blog - Learning from Copenhagen.
Posted: 2014-03-05
Event - Young planning professionals in Europe are encouraged to provide new ideas on the forms, methods and possibilities in spatial planning needed to face present-day challenges facing our human settlements.

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