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 from Greater Kennedy Plaza, present health-promoting ‘Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper’ approaches, including active recreation amenities, street redesigns that prioritize pedestrians, and farmers’ market stands.
To continue the conversation and learn more, read the follow-up report built from questions submitted during the webinar.
Below you can find additional resources related to this webinar including the power point presentations provided by the panelists. Resources will be linked here as they become available.