More than half of world’s population lives in cities while only 5% did so in the 18th century. The rapid urbanisation has resulted in for example inadequate infrastructure, physical inactivity, gentrification, air pollution, and growing numbers of slum dwellers. All factors challenging health and wellbeing of the people living in the cities. In addition, when addressing climate change it has become of paramount importance to look at mitigation and adaptation investments tailored to the urban context.
Urbanisation and Health - Promoting Sustainable SolutionsUniversity of Copenhagen
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Very instilling. good lecturing skills, vast knowledge . i just loved . Practical approaches and well structured questions and dicussions
The course is really good. I wish there was some type of written assignment where we could apply our learning
Wonderful course to be learnt, u will have an exposure of factors effecting health and its dynamics of sustainability.
The course was excellent, added a lot of information to my previous knowledge. I thank all the professors and producers of this course.
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