Health, environment and the future of cities

In 2016, CSaP hosted a Policy Workshop to explore what the health and environment sectors have to learn from one another. The workshop considered the lessons of history and examples of past successes, and concluded by identifying practical suggestions for future collaboration to cut across institutional boundaries.

Health, environment and the future of cities

A case study by Pauline Reeves, Deputy Director Sustainable Travel and Equalities, Department for Transport

Pauline's Fellowship led to a connection with the Centre for Diet and Activity Research, which had a clear impact on cycling policy development in the Department for Transport.

Health, environment and the future of cities

Behaviour change, nudging and the nanny state

The first session at CSaP's annual conference was chaired by Dr Helen Munn, Director of the Academy of Medical Sciences, and included world leading experts on behaviour change ...

Health, environment and the future of cities

Visions of Cambridge in 2065: report launch on 8 September 2015

What is your vision of Cambridge in 2065? This is the question being asked by 'Visions of Cambridge in 2065', one of 6 city case studies supported by ...

Health, environment and the future of cities

A case study by Jane Kennedy, Research Business Manager at London Borough of Newham

Jane's Policy Fellowship helped her to improve council evaluations, leading to a positive impact on the development of professional practice.


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Health, environment and the future of cities

The future of cycling in the cities of tomorrow

The replacement of driving with active forms of travel has the capacity to provide myriad health and economic benefits, says Dr David Ogilvie of the Centre for Diet ...

“The CSaP workshop was a fascinating way to compare and contrast how social movements have been understood over time and across sectors. It gave us a very useful set of insights – from both academics and practitioners – that helped to shape our report 'Health as a Social Movement: the power of people in movements'. The Nesta report was launched at the Royal Society of Arts in September 2016 as part of an NHS England programme on social movements in health.”

Halima Khan, Executive Director, Nesta Health Lab