Webinars

Webinars

Institutionalizing the Change Webinar

The third webinar in America Walks’ “Walking College” series reviews public policy and private marketplace strategies to increase walkability as highlighted in the Every Body Walk! Practice Guide. When setting out to promote walking and increase walkability, it makes sense to focus initial efforts on specific locations where people want to walk or where there … Continue reading Institutionalizing the Change Webinar

New America Walks Webinar: Building Your Fundraising Leadership Towards Walkable Communities

Webinar Title: “Building Your Fundraising Leadership Towards Walkable Communities” Date and Time: Monday, July 27th at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern Register Here About the Webinar America Walks’ second series of “Walking College” webinars launches July 27th. Designed for the Walking College Fellowship program, and open to a general audience, this webinar focuses on fundraising – one … Continue reading New America Walks Webinar: Building Your Fundraising Leadership Towards Walkable Communities

Designing Places for People Webinar

On June 23, America Walks held the second webinar in the “Walking College” webinar series.  “Designing Places for People” takes a deeper look into the design and implementation of walkable communities.   Dan Burden, Director of Innovation and Inspiration with Blue Zones, has worked in 3,500 communities to transform streets and public spaces into livable, walkable … Continue reading Designing Places for People Webinar

Why Walking? Webinar

On Thursday June 18,  America Walks held the first webinar in the Walking College Webinar series, “Why Walking?” which took a foundational look at the practice of walking and the history of walkability. Jonathon Stalls, Founder and Lead Itinerant with Walk2Connect, started with a discussion of “walking as a practice” – as distinct from walkability and the … Continue reading Why Walking? Webinar

New Webinar- Institutionalizing the Change

Webinar Title: “Institutionalizing the Change: How to Make Walking Routine” Date and Time: Wednesday, July 15th at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern Register Here About the Webinar The third webinar in America Walks’ “Walking College” series reviews public policy and private marketplace strategies to increase walkability. Just like the others in the series, this webinar is … Continue reading New Webinar- Institutionalizing the Change

New Webinar- Designing Places for People

Webinar Title: “Designing Places for People” Date and Time: Tuesday June 23rd, 2015 at 2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific Register Here About the Webinar America Walks’ summer series of webinars has been designed for the 25 appointed Fellows of the “Walking College,” but is open to the public.   The second webinar in the series, “Designing Places for … Continue reading New Webinar- Designing Places for People

New America Walks Webinar: Why Walking?

Webinar Title: “Why Walking” Date and Time: Thursday June 18th, 2015 at 1pm Eastern, 10am Pacific Register Here About the Webinar America Walks’ summer series of webinars has been designed for the 25 appointed Fellows of the “Walking College,” but is open to the public.  The first webinar in the series, “Why Walking?” takes a foundational … Continue reading New America Walks Webinar: Why Walking?

Mayors’ Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets Webinar

On May 22, 2015 America Walks held the webinar, “Mayors’ Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets.”  This webinar is part of the “Take Action at the Local Level” webinar series that calls upon individuals to build community and institutional support for walkable design. Barbara McCann, former Executive Director of the National Complete Streets Coalition, and now … Continue reading Mayors’ Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets Webinar

Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper- And Healthier Webinar Report

On April 23, 2015, America Walks offered a webinar titled “Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper And Healthier.” Transforming the built environment to improve health outcomes can take years, if not decades. The webinar focused on short term, low cost, yet high impact strategies for improving streets, public spaces, and buildings across the country that can lead to … Continue reading Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper- And Healthier Webinar Report

Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper – and Healthier Webinar

Transforming the built environment to improve health outcomes can take years, if not decades. This webinar focuses on short term, low cost, yet high impact strategies for improving streets, public spaces, and buildings across the country that can lead to longer term change. Kate Rube and her team at Project for Public Spaces with Jennifer Smith … Continue reading Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper – and Healthier Webinar