We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
With Wellcome Trust
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Explore what we’re learning about improving health in cities.
Health effects of air pollution
There’s a perception that burning wood is a cheaper way to heat a home. New research we’ve supported by Global Action Plan shows not only is that not true, but there are significant hidden costs to burning wood.
Black Resistance: Black History Month, Clean Air and Black Maternal Health
Communicating clearly about the connection between wood burning and air pollution could improve public health. That’s why we’re publishing research for councils and campaigners about the most effective ways to talk about wood burning.
Debates around air pollution have been sabotaged by misinformation and online abuse. So, what does the research say about how air pollution affects health?
Tanja from Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust explores how, through our partnership, we’ve been designing solutions to reduce air pollution.
Changes to streets can improve public health.
We were delighted to work with Asthma + Lung UK on their new report, which is an invaluable guide and re-imagines a healthier transport system.
We spoke to Rezina Chowdhury and David Wilson about how and why councils can reclaim the kerbside to improve people’s health.
Oliver Lord, Head of Clean Cities Campaign UK, explains how the #ThisIsAwkward campaign aimed to improve air quality and people’s health.
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