By Franz W. Gatzweiler,Yong-Guan Zhu,Anna V. Diez Roux,Anthony Capon,Christel Donnelly,Gérard Salem,Hany M. Ayad,Ilene Speizer,Indira Nath,Jo I. Boufford,Keisuke Hanaki,Luuk C. Rietveld,Pierre Ritchie,Saroj Jayasinghe,Susan Parnell,Yi Zhang
This e-book addresses up to date city well-being matters from a structures point of view and gives an beautiful built-in city improvement approach in accordance with a 10-year worldwide interdisciplinary study programme created by means of the overseas Council for technological know-how (ICSU), and backed by means of the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and the United countries college (UNU). the original function of this ebook is its “systems method” to city overall healthiness: solution-oriented for technology and society and never simply theoretical, it may be utilized within the context of decision-making, and has the aptitude to unencumber towns’ unused strength through selling well-being. moreover, the inter- and transdisciplinary city matters addressed during this e-book are tested from a cross-sectoral standpoint – e.g. the shipping zone is addressed in reference to pollution, breathing and cardiovascular illnesses and the lack of productiveness. The interconnected considering to city overall healthiness makes the ebook a very priceless source.
Decision makers in urban administrations and civil society companies from assorted nation-states will locate the ebook an informative and encouraging consultant for supplying in the direction of the objectives of the recent city time table, for which wellbeing and fitness might be the very important indicator of development. Graduate scholars and researchers might be attracted via the case stories, structures tools and versions supplied within the book.
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Advancing Health and Wellbeing in the Changing Urban Environment: Implementing a Systems Approach (Urban Health and Wellbeing) by Franz W. Gatzweiler,Yong-Guan Zhu,Anna V. Diez Roux,Anthony Capon,Christel Donnelly,Gérard Salem,Hany M. Ayad,Ilene Speizer,Indira Nath,Jo I. Boufford,Keisuke Hanaki,Luuk C. Rietveld,Pierre Ritchie,Saroj Jayasinghe,Susan Parnell,Yi Zhang