Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy

Kim Kesslers radio show Eating Matters Episode 21 aired on March 5th on Heritage Radio Network

March 5, 2015 – Kim Kessler, Policy and Special Programs Director of the Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy, aired the twenty-first episode of “Eating Matters,” on Heritage Radio Network titled “Designing Healthier Cities.” In this episode, Kim welcomes Joanna Frank, the Executive Director of the Center for Active Design, which is a nonprofit resource for design professionals, policy makers, real estate developers and community advocates. The center is committed to promoting and expanding the Active Design Guidelines published by NYC in 2010. Joanna explains how the center maintains a multi-disciplinary perspective in the translation of health research into design solutions that amplify the role of architecture and urban planning in improving public health and well-being. Their mission is to reduce the risk of obesity and chronic diseases by promoting physical activity and healthy food access through the design of buildings, streets, and neighborhoods.

Listen to Episode 21