One component of Healthy Communities and the Built Environment project is the description of good examples that illustrate best and promising practices and principles of multi-sectoral collaboratives. Specifically, the interest is to identify collaborative initiatives that are making efforts to create positive changes in public health through changes in the built environment and/or land use planning and to present the activities, processes and principles used by these initiatives so that others can learn from them in developing their own initiatives.
The Civics Research Cooperative, which has been contracted to prepare these case studies, believes that the internet can be a helpful resource for enabling participation of diverse groups in this project.
As the project unfolds, pages related to the case studies will be listed below.
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