ALR's Jim Sallis is honored for translating research findings from the built environment into action.
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ALR's Jim Sallis wins 2017 award.
New research center will study policies & environments that promote safe & developmentally appropriate activity for all youth.
Infographic shows how SRTS programs help kids be safe and more physically active.
Experts call on city leaders to make active cities a reality at summit in Bristol.
June 9, 2015 - Experts are gathering at a summit today to make the case that cities that encourage physical activity have a clear economic advantage.
Taking place in Bristol, UK, speakers from KPMG, The University of California, and the CBI, alongside Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson, will call on city leaders to make physical activity a priority and recognise the positive economic and social benefits that it can bring.