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Healthy Cities + Policy Implications

  • 12 May 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Alberici Headquarters, 8800 Page Ave., St. Louis MO 63114

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May 12 Program
Healthy Cities + Policy Implications 

Presented in partnership with the American Planning Association & National Organization of Minority Architects.

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How can cities and the buildings within them promote physical activity, health and equity in built
environment?

Joyce Lee, co-author of the Active Design Guidelines which provides architects and urban design professionals with a manual of strategies for creating healthier buildings, streets, and urban spaces, will discuss policy implications and health.  She is applying the lessons learned in the Guidelines, LEED strategies, AIA’s Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, and ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, to demonstrate how the successful strategies might be applied to Midwestern cities.

SPEAKER
Joyce Lee, FAIA, LEED Fellow, IndigoJLD, (Grand Rapids, Michigan) 

CONTINUING EDUCATION 
1 GBCI CE Hour, 1 AIA LU/HSW, and 1 CM Credit

WHEN
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
5:30-6:15 pm - Registration & Networking
6:15-7:30 pm - Formal Presentation 

WHERE
Alberici Headquarters, 8800 Page (63114) map

FEE
Free to USGBC-MGC Members and full time students;
$20 for Non-members

REGISTER Click on the Register button on the left side of this screen.

THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSOR!

Anova

QUESTIONS? Contact USGBC-Missouri Gateway staff by email or phone (314) 577-0225.

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How can cities and the buildings within them promote physical activity, health and equity in built
environment? Joyce Lee, co-author of the
Active Design Guidelines which provides architects and urban design professionals with a manual of strategies for creating healthier buildings, streets, and urban spaces, will discuss policy implications and health.  She is applying the lessons learned in the Guidelines, LEED strategies, AIA’s Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, and ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, to demonstrate how the successful strategies might be applied to Midwestern cities.

 

How can cities and the buildings within them promote physical activity, health and equity in built
environment? Joyce Lee, co-author of the
Active Design Guidelines which provides architects and urban design professionals with a manual of strategies for creating healthier buildings, streets, and urban spaces, will discuss policy implications and health.  She is applying the lessons learned in the Guidelines, LEED strategies, AIA’s Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, and ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, to demonstrate how the successful strategies might be applied to Midwestern cities.

 

How can cities and the buildings within them promote physical activity, health and equity in built
environment? Joyce Lee, co-author of the
Active Design Guidelines which provides architects and urban design professionals with a manual of strategies for creating healthier buildings, streets, and urban spaces, will discuss policy implications and health.  She is applying the lessons learned in the Guidelines, LEED strategies, AIA’s Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, and ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, to demonstrate how the successful strategies might be applied to Midwestern cities.

 

How can cities and the buildings within them promote physical activity, health and equity in built
environment? Joyce Lee, co-author of the
Active Design Guidelines which provides architects and urban design professionals with a manual of strategies for creating healthier buildings, streets, and urban spaces, will discuss policy implications and health.  She is applying the lessons learned in the Guidelines, LEED strategies, AIA’s Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, and ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case, to demonstrate how the successful strategies might be applied to Midwestern cities.

 

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