Physical activity and built environment in NZ

What's the evidence? Physical activity, walking, and transport-related physical activity will all be examined in relation to urban form. As well, the gaps in the body of knowledge for urban design and physical activity will be examined with a specific interest in the differences between urban form which helps adults achieve more health-related physical activity and the environment which best promotes children’s' physical activity.
Grant Schofield
AUT University
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