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《城市规划(英文版)》 2018-01
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Planning for Health: Complexity of Environmental Health and Planning Responses

Liu Zhengying;Yang Dongfeng;Liu Jinxin;Department of Urban Planning and Design, Dalian University of Technology;  
China's rapid urbanization has led to increasing environmental health problems, which poses great challenges to urban sustainable development. In order to explore the scientific issue of planning for health, this paper firstly analyzes the challenges of spatial planning caused by environmental complexity in terms of health risk, environmental impact, and residents' behavior. And then it puts forward an analytic framework that includes three basic modules, i.e., theoretical model, regional health risk identification, and planning performance assessment, thereby finally proposing six spatial planning strategies according to the objectives of health protection, health promotion, and health equity, on the basis of the actual situation of health risk exposure, environmental friendliness, and the aging level in different cities of China.
【Fund】: supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China(51578101 51638003);; Ministry of Education Funds for Humanities and Social Sciences(13YJCZH222)
【CateGory Index】: TU984.113
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