#56 Planning Child-Friendly Neighborhoods and Cities

Number of papers - 9, including:

Strategy for a Healthy (and Sustainable) City
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council

“Being 5”: Young Children, Space, Place, and Belonging. A framework for designing spaces for children
Karen L. Peterson, Vancouver, WA

Child in the City: Building Vital Downtowns
Susan Goltsman, FAICP, MIG, Inc., Berkeley, CA

Child Development & the Social, Built and Natural Environment
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, IMCL Council

Designing Creative Outdoor Spaces for Children: Encouraging Fun and Learning Through Play in Urban Environments
Avery E. Goldstein, Ph.D., Christine Nigrelli, M.A., California State University, Long Beach, CA

Adapting Existing Environments to Maximize Children’s Healthy Development
Suzanne R. Smith; Jane D. Lanigan, Dept. of Human Development, Washington State University Vancouver

Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity: Lessons from the Portland Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Coalition
Margaret Everett, Ph.D., Portland State University; Angie Mejia, MA, Oregon Health & Science University; and Olivia Quiroz, Multnomah County Health Department

My Space: Livable Cities, Public Art, and Healthy Child Development.
Mirle Rabinowitz Mirle Rabinowitz Bussell, Ph.D., Urban Studies and Planning,

University of California, San Diego; and Maureen C. Smith, Ph.D. Department of Child and Adolescent Development San Jose State University

Walking School Buses in the Auckland, New Zealand:  A sustainable contribution to neighbourhood health & wellbeing?
Robin A. Kearns, The University of Auckland, and Damian C A Collins, University of Alberta


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