Cities have a major impact on the health of populations, both positively and negatively. Emerging trends, such as ageing, pollution-related diseases and the increasingly recognised role of cities in affecting mental health, have to be tackled with a long-term effort in both policy, and urban planning.
Mobility is at the crossroads of various urban policy: Thriving Streets is connecting mobility with economic prosperity, accessibility, inclusion,...
Health&Greenspace Action Planning Network links green infrastructure design and management to urban health policies and practices. The project...
This Action Planning network aims to deepen the relationship between health and the urban environment, planning actions that focus on improving the...
URBACT is helping European cities find – and share – new ways to support children’s education for a better future.
Baena (ES) supports sustainable agriculture for a resilient city developement model close to its citizens’ needs, beyond mass production.
Manchester (UK) and Poznań (PL) are just 2 of many European cities building on their URBACT experiences in integrated, sustainable urban development...
Ania Rok, URBACT programme expert, takes a close look at URBACT's 5 most environmentally friendly networks.
Claire Buckley, URBACT Lead Expert and Director of Environmental Sustainability at Julie’s Bicycle says time is of the essence. In the grander scheme...