September 24, 2013
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) is mobilizing for impact by moving more partners in commitments to address the world's most pressing challenges. It's the implementation of innovative strategies on the ground in places near and far. This afternoon:
Healthier Futures, Prioritizing Prevention
How can we disrupt the global spread of non-communicable diseases (NCDs)? What are some economical measures applied to address NCDs? Are there new insights for the field of behavioral economics to prevent disease? and for health?
Watch and review the webcast here:
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September 20, 2013
What's your take on city life and health today and for the future? TED City2.0 pushes the conversation to examine far-reaching and practical lessons future. In case you missed it review the sessions here:
Cities draw crowds of people from all over the world who come with their dreams, but when you show up its the urban vibe that will inform your life creating new opportunities as well as challenges. What you see and experience in art and culture can move your imagination whether you are in Bogota, Mogadishu or Atlanta urban experiences push creativity that shape cities. Those who work in policy, architecture in urban planning must use cross talk to build places of resiliency where growing populations in cities around the world have urgent and complex needs for housing, education, health care and public works like safety and sanitation to work for entrepreneurs, artists, everyday working folks and their families and communities. Cities have communities -- a well kept secret. For example, New York City has 59 communities and hundreds of distinct neighborhoods. It takes leadership as well as the ingenuity of the people to address the formidable population boom occurring in cities all around the world.