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Seattle’s Just One Trip Phase II

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Seattle’s Just One Trip campaign aims to get residents to reduce the number of drive-alone trips they make on a weekly basis, replacing them with green travel alternatives includi…
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Woodside Gets Active

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Woodside Gets Active was a three-month-long campaign that aimed to increase physical activity amongst parents and their children in Woodside (UK), an area known for having high le…
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Vancouver’s Employee Trip Reduction Program

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Vancouver’s Employee Trip Reduction Program was launched by the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) to reduce single-occupant vehicle commuter travel among its employees, p…
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Fuel Zone

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Initially designed to get students back into school dining halls to eat school prepared meals, Fuel Zone was a program launched in Glasgow’s primary and secondary schools that lat…
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Montreal Dietary Dispensary

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Working with women with at risk pregnancies in the Greater Montreal Area in order to reduce instances of low birth weight in babies was the goal of the Montreal Dietary Dispensary…
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Bostin Value

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Led by NHS Dudley, Bostin Value was a project implemented to improve fruit and vegetable consumption by addressing food access issues in three estates within the borough. Primaril…
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A Community-Based Physical Education and Activity Intervention for African American Preadolescent Girls: A Strategy to Reduce Racial Disparities in Health

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In an attempt to reduce racial disparities in health in one inner-city neighborhood, Lively Ladies, a physical education and activity intervention program was created to help pre-…
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Seattle Neighborhoods In Motion

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Developed by King County Metro (KCM), Seattle Neighborhoods In Motion was designed to work directly with individuals to reduce drive-alone trips being made to a full range of trav…
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GCC Active and Safe Routes to School (1996 to 2005)

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The GCC Active and Safe Routes to School program was brought to life by Greenest City, a Toronto-based non-profit known for addressing a variety of environmental issues through lo…
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GCC Active and Safe Routes to School (2008 on)

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First implemented in 1997, Green Communities Canada’s national Active and Safe Routes to School Program (GCC’s ASRTS) saw great initial success, though over time, individual schoo…

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