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How do you build a healthy city? Copenhagen reveals its secrets
by Sarah Boseley
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13 February 2018
On 13 February 2018 The Guardian reported:
Copenhagen consistently sits at the very top of the UN's happiness index and is one of the star performers in the Healthy Cities initiative of the World Health Organization. It is a model for how healthy cities might be created across the world. Promoting health in everyday life is first, says the city's plan, 'by making it attractive to cycle, by serving nutritious lunches in our institutions, or by enabling educational institutions to offer quit-smoking programmes. Healthy thriving people are ... more likely to complete an education and find employment. In other words, health enables us to live the life we want.'
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. . . 'People who will live longest are the people with the most education. You see it not in income but in educational level. It is really, really clear,' says says Katrine Schjonning, the city's head of public health.
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