Whilst it is too early to close the lid on the Covid-19 pandemic, it is certainly not too soon to consider some of the lessons which could be learned, the changes we could make to build back better. I would like to draw your attention to an article published by The Possible website, which explores how the pandemic provided a stark illustration of how the built environment affects our health and shows the potential for change.

Cities after Covid: How can we create a positive legacy for health and wellbeing, includes contributions from Cities Changing Diabetes partner Gehl, as well as leading healthcare experts, engineers, urban mobility specialists and planners, and touches on experiences drawn from cities in Canada, Denmark, the UK, Dubai and more. 

It is an interesting ten-minute read, and you can access the article here