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Environment and health for European cities in the 21st century: Making a difference (2017)
Report
Carmichael, L., Racioppi, F., Calvert, T., & Sinnett, D. (2017). Environment and health for European cities in the 21st century: Making a difference

With more than 80% of the European population expected to live in urban areas by 2030, cities play a pivotal role in steering the transition towards a low-carbon society as well as in promoting and protecting health and wellbeing, and preventing and... Read More about Environment and health for European cities in the 21st century: Making a difference.

Growing Together: A mixed methods evaluation of a community gardening project delivered by a social housing association. Year 1 (2016)
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Jones, M., & Pitt, H. (2016). Growing Together: A mixed methods evaluation of a community gardening project delivered by a social housing association. Year 1

Growing Together is a community gardening project delivered by Alliance Homes on the Bournville estate, Weston-super-Mare. This is the first year report on a mixed methods evaluation of the project. The record includes a summary version of the re... Read More about Growing Together: A mixed methods evaluation of a community gardening project delivered by a social housing association. Year 1.

Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme (2013)
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De Viggiani, N., Daykin, N., Moriarty, Y., & Pilkington, P. (2013). Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme

There is growing evidence from across the arts and health field that suggests that participatory arts programmes can contribute to health improvement, emotional resilience and social reintegration, among vulnerable and excluded groups including crimi... Read More about Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme.

Health and the built environment: Expert seminar report for public health England (2013)
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Burgess, S., Grant, M., & Scally, G. (2013). Health and the built environment: Expert seminar report for public health England

The connection between health and the built environment is not new. The sanitary revolution of the 19th century was largely based on tackling problems in the urban environment. The connection between health and issues such as housing, transport, air... Read More about Health and the built environment: Expert seminar report for public health England.

Report on data analysis and GHG emissions estimates related to travel choice (EU FP7 CATCH Project Deliverable 3.2) (2011)
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Waygood, E., Chatterton, T., & Avineri, E. (2011). Report on data analysis and GHG emissions estimates related to travel choice (EU FP7 CATCH Project Deliverable 3.2)

This report describes the objectives and activities defined and carried out by task 3.2 “Data Collection/Collation/Specification” within Work Package 3 in CATCH. The Carbon Aware Travel Choice (CATCH) project was developed in response to the FP7 c... Read More about Report on data analysis and GHG emissions estimates related to travel choice (EU FP7 CATCH Project Deliverable 3.2).

Reshaping suburbs (2011)
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Barton, H., Grant, M., Rice, L., & Horswell, M. (2011). Reshaping suburbs

A report produced as part of the EPSRC solutions project - the sustainability of land use and transport in outer neighberhoods.

Building health into our plans from the start: Report and review of the health impact assessment workshop on the Knowle West Regeneration Strategy; Wednesday 21 July 2010 (2010)
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Hewitt, S., & Grant, M. (2010). Building health into our plans from the start: Report and review of the health impact assessment workshop on the Knowle West Regeneration Strategy; Wednesday 21 July 2010

Knowle West in South Bristol has a population of about 15,000 and was mostly built in the 1920s and 1950s. Although for many Knowle West is a great place to live and there is a strong sense of community, it has high levels of deprivation, with some... Read More about Building health into our plans from the start: Report and review of the health impact assessment workshop on the Knowle West Regeneration Strategy; Wednesday 21 July 2010.