Pilcher and Baker wanted to learn more about the relationship between moving in some way while working and professional performance.
Increase Physical Activity
Think that a place has so much air pollution that walkways, bicycle paths, etc., there are not a good investment? Reconsider.
Gardner and his team investigated ways researchers have tried to encourage people to sit less.
An international study, published in a premier medical journal, probed walkability in 14 cities worldwide.
The American Planning Association is making available free a review of the published research on relationships between street-scale features and physical activity.
Engelen and colleagues investigated the implications of moving into a workplace designed to increase user activity levels.
Researchers have devoted a great deal of attention to identifying neighborhood and urban design that encourages active transport (e.g., walking or riding a bicycle).
A new book offers insights on the design of outdoor spaces near healthcare facilities.
Walking not just related to walkability
How actively children play in parks is influenced by the design of those parks.