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Two Livable Cities articles of interest can be found in Carfree Times, Issue 71, 29 Sep 2013.

· How cars squash livability: A South Asian example.

  By Debra Efroymson, HealthBridge

· Cycling to Life. By Jinu Varghese, ESAF



Canadian Tobacco Control Conference through different lenses


About 400 people attended Canada’s National Conference on Tobacco or Health (NCTH), the biennial meeting for those working in tobacco control, held in Ottawa from 25 to 27 November.  Read More

Livable Cities Newsletter December 2013 Issue 9


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Biodiversity’s contribution to dietary diversity: Magnitude, meaning and measurement


- Peter R. Berti And Andrew D. Jones



Pakur Mother and Child Survival Project


The community case management of pneumonia in Africa: a review of the evidence - Thomas Druetz; Kendra Siekmans; Sylvie Goossens; Valery Ridde; Slim Haddad


Building Neighborhood Playgrounds: Lessons from the Field.

Media Coverage of Junk Food and its Content Analysis on Selected Nepali and Indian Television Channels


Moving Dangerously, Moving Pleasurably: Improving Walkability in Dhaka: Using a BRT Walkability Strategy to Make Dhaka’s Transportation Infrastructure Pedestrian-Friendly. Summary Report

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