Building Healthy Places Committee
ULI Colorado’s Healthy Places Committee works to integrate best practices in sustainable design, development and land use to create livable, economically thriving places with a small carbon footprint.
The Building Healthy Places Committee is a local effort that arose from ULI National’s new Building Healthy Places Initiative. For many years, ULI and its members have been active players in discussions and projects that make the link between human health and development; we know that health is a core component of thriving communities.
The ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative will build on that work with a multifaceted program—including research and publications, convening’s, and advisory activities—to leverage the power of the Institute’s global networks to shape projects and places in ways that improve the health of people and communities.
ULI Colorado’s Building Healthy Places Committee is an active and integral part of ULI’s impact at the local level here in Colorado.
This committee’s activities include: research and publications, consulting on local Technical Advisory Panels, placement of local members into other leadership roles, and organizing regular educational events.
PLEASE VISIT THE BUILDING HEALTHY PLACES INITIATIVE PAGE TO VIEW ALL CURRENT ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE WORK.
Meeting Schedule: 8:30am, 2nd Thursday of each month, at Connect People+Space, 1755 Blake Street, #125
Any ULI Member is welcome to participate in ULI Committees. Please contact the committee chairs to request an invitation to attend.