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Shaping Cities for Health: Complexity and the Planning of Urban Environments in the 21st Century

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Shaping Cities for Health: Complexity and the Planning of Urban Environments in the 21st Century

Yvonne Rydin et al. Lancet.

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  • Lancet. 2012 Aug 18;380(9842):650

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Figure 1
Figure 1. World population growth, 1950-2050
Data are from reference .
Figure 2
Figure 2. Proportion of the world population living in urban areas
Data are from reference .
Figure 3
Figure 3. Burden of disease in cities and in groups within cities
Figure 4
Figure 4. Health problems in different urban contexts
Figure 5
Figure 5. Health outcomes and the urban environment: connections
Figure 6
Figure 6. The urban-rural divide in access to improved sanitation, 2008
Data are from reference .
Figure 7
Figure 7. Connections between urban sanitation and wastewater treatment
Figure 8
Figure 8. Connections between the built indoor environment and health
VOC=volatile organic compounds. Reproduced with the consent of Wilkinson and colleagues.
Figure 9
Figure 9. Urban connections between transportation and health
Figure 10
Figure 10. Bogota’s bicycle path (Ciclorutas) network
Figure 11
Figure 11. Bogota’s Transmilenio Bus Rapid Transit system
Figure 12
Figure 12
Connections of the urban heat island and health
Figure 13
Figure 13. The association between temperature and mortality in London
Temperatures are 2-day maximum temperatures after adjustment for potential confounders. The shaded area shows the 95% CIs. Data are from reference .
Figure 14
Figure 14. City centre farming
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Figure 15
A visionary plan for Guangming Smartcity, China
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Figure 16
The creation of a virtuous cycle of connections with urban agriculture

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