Healthy City Strategy - Environment

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Environment is one of the six key pillars of the Healthy City Strategy. The goal of the Environment pillar is to "Connect and preserve parks and open spaces to support equitable access to natural environments."

This pillar has three healthy city 'assets'. Healthy City assets are the building blocks needed in our neighbourhoods to support health and wellbeing. The assets of the 'Environment' pillar are:

  • Parks & Open Space
  • Interaction & Connectivity
  • Environmental Benefits

Each of the assets is supported by a series of Implementation Strategies that guide action on behalf of the City and the stakeholders involved in the Healthy City Strategy - including the City's Environment and Sustainability Experts Panel. To learn more about the Implementation Strategies, see 'Documents'.

We are seeking input and ideas from residents on whether these assets and implementation strategies support a healthy city. If you have ideas or stories, share them below.

To go back to the main Healthy Cities Strategy project page, click here.

Environment is one of the six key pillars of the Healthy City Strategy. The goal of the Environment pillar is to "Connect and preserve parks and open spaces to support equitable access to natural environments."

This pillar has three healthy city 'assets'. Healthy City assets are the building blocks needed in our neighbourhoods to support health and wellbeing. The assets of the 'Environment' pillar are:

  • Parks & Open Space
  • Interaction & Connectivity
  • Environmental Benefits

Each of the assets is supported by a series of Implementation Strategies that guide action on behalf of the City and the stakeholders involved in the Healthy City Strategy - including the City's Environment and Sustainability Experts Panel. To learn more about the Implementation Strategies, see 'Documents'.

We are seeking input and ideas from residents on whether these assets and implementation strategies support a healthy city. If you have ideas or stories, share them below.

To go back to the main Healthy Cities Strategy project page, click here.

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  • How can we support a healthier St. John's?

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    Every healthy city strategy is unique; each is based off local input. Please share your thoughts on how this pillar and its assets can support a healthier future for St. John's. 

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