Want to improve your well-being? Help create a healthy city. Marianne Lefever explains how the environment we live and work in dictates our behavior and affects our health and how we feel. Drawing on real-life examples, she makes a case for how we can build a healthy city together. For more information visit: www.healthycityglobal.com Marianne Lefever is an architect and a strategic thinker with over 10 years of experience in climate mitigation and sustainable city design. After an exciting career as a structural engineer, renewable energy consultant, innovation consultant, and futurist, she returned to her first love of sustainable city design. After living all over the globe, she landed in Toronto. From here, she is currently working with a Dutch urban planning studio to transform cities around the globe into healthy environments and communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsA diet for healthy city: Viktor Zotov at TEDxKyiv City2.0Rotterdam healthy cityHealthy City – Prof. Chris Webster:Healthy cityToronto Public Health: Toward a Healthy CityWhat is HEALTHY CITY? What does HEALTHY CITY mean? HEALTHY CITY meaning, definition & explanation
You may also like
Future Cities Summit 2019 – Henriette Vamberg – Developing Healthy Cities sponsored by WoodSoultions
Added by 4 days ago
18 Views0 Comments0 Likes
The shape of cities influences the health of its inhabitants. Learn how the quality of urban life can be improved by re-orienting city design to focus on health. Understand how a focus on he...
Added by 1 week ago
19 Views0 Comments0 Likes
What is HEALTHY CITY? What does HEALTHY CITY mean? HEALTHY CITY meaning - HEALTHY CITY definition - HEALTHY CITY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativeco...
Added by 1 month ago
65 Views1 Comments0 Likes
Ann Forsyth spoke at Taubman College as part of the 2018-2019 Lecture Series. Ann Forsyth is a Professor of Urban Planning and Director of the Masters in Urban Planning Program at Harvard. ...
Added by 1 month ago
53 Views0 Comments0 Likes
Academy-Springer Nature Chair Prof. Sir Andy Haines calls for a new dialogue on planetary health and how we are shaping our future. Video Rating: / 5