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Working with the BC Centre for Disease Control to promote health equity in the built environment: New Report and Fact Sheet

Working with the BC Centre for Disease Control to promote health equity in the built environment: New Report and Fact Sheet

Structural inequities keep some neighbourhoods “locked in a context of disadvantage”. Health equity means all people have a fair chance to reach their full health potential and are not disadvantaged by social, economic, and environmental conditions. Community design and the services and resources provided within them, directly influence people’s wellbeing.  A commitment to health equity means planning...
Green Divides in Cities are also Health Divides

Green Divides in Cities are also Health Divides

    Tackling health inequalities is a major global health priority, and ensuring equitable access to nature must be part of that strategy.