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|Author||Capolongo S., Rebecchi A., Dettori M., Appolloni L., Azara A., Buffoli M., Capasso L., Casuccio A., Conti G.O., D’amico A., Ferrante M., Moscato U., Oberti I., Paglione L., Restivo V., D’alessandro D.|
|Title||Healthy design and urban planning strategies, actions, and policy to achieve salutogenic cities|
Capolongo S., Rebecchi A., Dettori M., Appolloni L., Azara A., Buffoli M., Capasso L., Casuccio A., Conti G.O., D’amico A., Ferrante M., Moscato U., Oberti I., Paglione L., Restivo V., D’alessandro D.; Healthy design and urban planning strategies, actions, and policy to achieve salutogenic cities ;International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health vol:15.0 issue: 12 page:
|Keywords||Health promotion; Healthy urban planning strategies; Non-communicable disease prevention; Public health; Salutogenic cities; Urban health
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|Abstract||Starting from a previous experience carried out by the working group “Building and Environmental Hygiene” of the Italian Society of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine (SItI), the aim of the present work is to define new strategic goals for achieving a “Healthy and Salutogenic City”, which will be useful to designers, local governments and public bodies, policy makers, and all professionals working at local health agencies. Ten key points have been formulated: 1. climate change and management of adverse weather events; 2. land consumption, sprawl, and shrinking cities; 3. tactical urbanism and urban resilience; 4. urban comfort, safety, and security perception; 5. strengths and weaknesses of urban green areas and infrastructures; 6. urban solid waste management; 7. housing emergencies in relation to socio-economic and environmental changes; 8. energy aspects and environmental planning at an urban scale; 9. socio-assistance and welfare network at an urban scale: importance of a rational and widespread system; and 10. new forms of living, conscious of coparticipation models and aware of sharing quality objectives. Design strategies, actions, and policies, identified to improve public health and wellbeing, underline that the connection between morphological and functional features of urban context and public health is crucial for contemporary cities and modern societies. © 2018 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.
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