Common Place   /   July 15, 2014

Public Health and the City: Talking With Nisha Botchwey—Part 2

Stephen Assink

Last week, we featured part 1 of my interview with Nisha Botchwey of Georgia Institute for Technology where she explained the benefit of a multi-sector approach to public health. In part 2, Professor Botchwey continues the discussion on how cities can promote public heath by focusing on the interrelationship between the built environment and human well-being. In this segment, she highlights three touchstone areas of good urban design.

Nisha Botchwey Interview — Part 2 from IASCulture on Vimeo.