Active Living Environment

Active Living Programs
To promote healthy communities and achieve active lifestyles, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supports several Active Living programs including:

Active Living by Design increases physical activity through community design.

Active Living Leadership works with government leaders to create and promote active communities.

Active Living Network is a national coalition committed to integrating physical activity into daily routines.

Active Living Research investigates policies and environments to support active communities.

Active Living Resource Center provides technical assistance to create active communities.

Active for Life delivers physical activity programs for adults age 50 and older.

Active Living Blueprint develops strategies to increase physical activity among adults age 50 and older.

Current partner organizations include:

Active For Life
ALPES: Active Living Policy and Environmental Studies
America on the Move
American Architectural Foundation
American Planning Association
American Public Works Association
American Society of Landscape Architects
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations
Ayers Saint Gross
California Department of Health Services
Center for Neighborhood Technology
Community Initiatives, LLC
Congress for the New Urbanism
Feet First
Funders' Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities
Institute of Transportation Engineers
International City/County Management Association
League of American Bicyclists
Livable Communities Support Center
Local Government Commission
Michael Willis Architects
Milne & Associates, LLC
National Center for Bicycling and Walking
National Charrette Institute
National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity
National Education Association
National Recreation and Park Association
Office of Smart Growth
Project for Public Spaces
Rails to Trails Conservancy
Sierra Club National Challenge to Sprawl Campaign
Smart Growth America
Solomon Architecture
Surface Transportation Policy Project
The American Institute of Architects
The Trust for Public Land
UNC Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
University of Kentucky College of Design
Urban Health Initiative
Voorhees Transportation Center
Walkable Communities, Inc.

2003 © Department of Kinesiology
College of Applied Life Studies
College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign