What if your neighborhood could make you healthier?
The WELL Community Standard equips planners to build health promotion into the very fabric of neighborhoods
Published in CityLab: Like People, Diseases Travel Fast These Days
In this CityLab article, Urban Places team member, Nels Nelson, discusses a broader approach to urban resilience to help reduce the risk of urban epidemics and the cost of containing them.
How good urban design can make city residents healthier
With most of the world’s population living in cities, urban design has a responsibility to sustain health rather than harming it
Climate change, communities, and storytelling
How an age-old art can help communities find common ground for action
Boston's Guide to Placemaking for Mobility: Reclaiming streets for the people
How one city is making streets and sidewalks feel like places to spend time in rather than spaces to simply move through