The "Active Living Conference" aims to break down research and practice silos and provide a space to exchange ideas across sectors.
Advocating for healthy communities requires evidence-based recommendations to inform decision-makers and the general public. As an advocate, research can help you build your case, highlight success stories and give credibility to your cause. It is a powerful tool. Active Living Research has a wide variety of evidence demonstrating how environments and policies can help everyone be active.
ALR's Jim Sallis is honored for translating research findings from the built environment into action.
A former ALR grantee gives his perspective on the benefits of using improv comedy to improve collaboration.
How a PE teacher leveraged her school's wellness policies to achieve national recognition as one of America’s Healthiest Schools.
New policy brief offers data and figures to help make the case for Open Streets in your community.
New supplement issue focuses on a variety of perspectives on physical activity in public spaces from around the world.
New research shows bike trains can have positive impact on youth physical activity.
ALR's Jim Sallis wins 2017 award.
Report highlights measures on what works well with regard to park access and use, and how it relates to improved community health.