The latest edition of Urban Solutions (published by the Centre for Liveable Cities) investigates the place of health policies and their potential to improve quality of life in cities around the world. Can urban life be good for health? How do we create cities that promote good health and well-being for citizens?
Active Citizens Worldwide (ACW) was established to help cities transform sport participation and physical activity using data and analytics. It generates data-driven insights on physical activity levels and behaviours, drivers of activity and its outcomes in cities across the world. This enables policy-makers to create the policies to drive positive health behaviours and outcomes in complex city environments.
Below is our article on how promoting physical activity among citizens brought value to four ACW cities: London, Singapore, Auckland and Stockholm.