Kids in Food Swamps
Kids in Food Swamps

Dr. Leia Minaker from the University of Waterloo presents 'Kids in cities, kids in towns. Kids in food swamps: drown, drown, drown'https://vimeo.com/284196336The Children’s Health and the Environment Workshop...

Food Environment Policy Impacts on Children
Food Environment Policy Impacts on Children

In this video, Dr. Lana Vanderlee from the University of Toronto presents 'Food environment impacts on children: International and Canadian perspectives.'The Children’s Health and the Environment Workshop...

Dr. Christina Ergler: A Visiting Scholar at Western University
Dr. Christina Ergler: A Visiting Scholar at Western University

The Human Environments Analysis Laboratory is honored to have Dr. Christina Ergler as a Visiting Scholar at Western University from October 22 to November 24 as part of her sabbatical.  Christina is a...

Dr. Gilliland’s CBC Interview on Bus Transportation issues in London ON
Dr. Gilliland’s CBC Interview on Bus Transportation issues in London ON

Jason Gilliland, Western Geography Professor and Director of the Human Environments Analysis Lab and Urban Development Program, joined CBC's London Morning show on an LTC express bus to talk all things...

The Use of Awards and Incentives to Encourage the Adoption of Supportive Environmental Practices
The Use of Awards and Incentives to Encourage the Adoption of Supportive Environmental Practices

Dr. Anita Cramp from Middlesex-London Health Unit and Nadine Devin from Middlesex Country HKCC present 'The Use of Awards and Incentives to Encourage the Adoption of Supportive Environmental Practices'...

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The Human Environments Analysis Laboratory is a state-of-the-art, inter-disciplinary research and training environment which specializes in the production, evaluation, synthesis, dissemination and mobilization of evidence to support effective policies, programs and professional practice aimed at creating healthy and vibrant communities. We examine social and physical environments from the scale of entire regions down to the level of individual buildings or open spaces and their inhabitants. We specialize in community-based participatory research and applications of GIS for urban planning and public health.

Children’s perspectives on neighbourhood barriers and enablers to active school travel: A participatory mapping study

Wilson K, Coen S. E., Piaskoski A., Gilliland J. A.

The quantity of food waste in the garbage stream of southern Ontario, Canada households.

*van der Werf, P., Seabrook, J., Gilliland, J.

Supporting active school travel: A qualitative analysis of implementing a regional Safe Routes to school program

Adrian Buttazzoni, Stephanie E. Coen, Jason A. Gilliland