Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic
This is just some illustrative information and chosen activities from Czech Healthy Cities translated into English.
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The Bavarian metropolis welcomed a dozen of Czech mayors and energy experts as part of a study visit whose main topic was “Sustainable energy and transport - real practice and where to find inspiration?”
The Methodology for evaluating sustainable development of small towns was approved in Czech Republic. It completes a number of methodologies for evaluating sustainable municipalities and regions and provides a detailed description of the evaluation through Sustainable Development Audits.
The annual meeting of Czech Healthy Regions and other interested parties took place October 9, 2019, in Ostrava. This year´s event was hosted by the Moravian-Silesian Region and organised by Czech Healthy Cities.
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Conference Centre of the Czech Standardization Agency was the venue of the meeting of the representatives of Healthy Cities, Towns and Regions to discuss their experience of participatory budgeting.
We have chosen for you two articles (in Czech) that appeared in print media during the autumn months of this year. We hope that you will take a moment over a good coffee or tea, and together with us, will plunge into history, the present and the future of Healthy Cities, Towns and Regions.
In the first half of 2019, the Association held twenty-two Healthy Cities Public Fora.
As in the previous years, the 2019 campaign of European Mobility Week (16-22 September), held annually since 2002, is aimed at promoting safe and environmentally friendly modes of transport in cities and towns.
In August 2019, the Facebook of Czech Healthy Cities hit a record number of 20,000 likes.
In the year of 2019, the Association has a total of 131 members with a regional outreach to 2,113 cities and towns with 5,342 million inhabitants.
Healthy City Tabor hosted the 50th Annual Helathy City school on 5. - 7. 6. 2019.
The Days without Injuries campaign which involves annually a number of Healthy Cities, Towns and Regions was held in the first half of June with the focus on injury prevention.
With the participation of more than a hundred interested parties from all over the Czech Republic, the nationwide Healthy Cities workshop, which took place on 13 May in Prague, drew attention to two highly topical issues that have a profound impact on the future appearance of the places in which we live.