How does living in a city contribute to health and well-being? | Le BONHEUR comme indice d'épanouissement social et économique. |

Here's a startling thought: In the years ahead, architects and planners may have a greater hand in ensuring public health than physicians will. How's that? Because by finding ways of encouraging people to walk or cycle rather than drive, city planners may be able to encourage the thing that will make us healthier, which is regular exercise. Here are some thoughts on this topic from a well-known Danish architecture firm. (Don't worry, the article is in English.)