Hurricane Sandy – A Wake-up Call?

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, it seems an appropriate moment to re-examine the issue of climate change and its impacts on human health. For

Why don’t we walk and cycle more?

I rode my bike everywhere when I was growing up.  As a teen I loved the independence it gave me.  I never thought or cared

Public Health and Land Use Planning: Two Reports Revisited

CHASE is re-posting two reports on Public Health and Land Use Planning, which were released in April 2011. They were produced by CHASE’s Executive Director for the Clean Air

Ontario’s Coroner on Cycling Deaths

In June 2012, the Chief Coroner of Ontario released the report, Cycling Death Review, which examined 129 accidental cycling deaths which occurred in Ontario between

Urban Forestry & Climate Change

Urban Foresters have big jobs.  They are responsible for the care, maintenance and protection of trees on our streets, in our parks, and in our

Resources re: Public Health and Active Transportation

Several new reports have been released over the last few months related to public health and active transportation, so we are taking the opportunity to highlight a few

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