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Stepping It Up

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Developed in the Region of Peel, Ontario, Stepping It Up was a program designed to reduce car traffic and increase walking and cycling to school by working with elementary school …
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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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Eat Smart to Play Hard

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Eat Smart to Play Hard (ESPH) was an obesity prevention campaign designed to increase fruit and vegetable consumption among 8–11-year-olds in both urban and rural school settings.…
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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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HSBC Clean Air Achievers

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HSBC’s Clean Air Achievers was a free program offered to Canadian students in grades 5 through 9 with two main goals: (1) to produce fewer greenhouse gasses (GHG) through reducing…
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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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Starve a Vampire, Donate Blood

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Starve a Vampire, Donate Blood was an American Red Cross campaign developed in partnership with the television network CW. The goal of the program was two-fold; to promote CW’s ne…

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