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5/6/2015 Building an 8-80 City
Gil (Guillermo) Penalosa describes the 8-80 Cities - based on the premise that if you build a city that is great for an 8-year-old and an 80-year-old, then you will build a successful city for everyone, from 0 to over 100.
Gil (Guillermo) Penalosa Article
9/1/2014 Dangerous By Design: Road Safety in the United States and the EU
Pedestrian fatalities in the United States have decreased by only 7% over the past decade, as opposed to an average 45% reduction within the EU. As Americans continue to lead increasingly healthier and more active lifestyles, the danger to pedestrians, cyclists, etc. is growing in tandem, especially for the most vulnerable road users: children, ethnic minorities, and the elderly.
James Rehwaldt Issue Brief
6/27/2014 Age Friendly Banking: A Global Overview of Best Practices
A global collection of good practice examples of accessible and age friendly digital and analogue banking touchpoints relevant for senior citizens. A joint report by AARP and Youse
Christophe Nedopil, Youse and Bradley Schurman, AARP Research Report
4/4/2014 Growing Moss, Science and Conservation with Seniors
Lalita Calabria, visiting faculty, The Evergreen State College, Washington; Shana Gross, ecologist, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, US Forest Service; and Nalini Nadkarni, forest ecologist and science communcator, Department of Biology, University of Utah Article
11/4/2013 AARP 2104 Best Employers International: Application Process
Application process for the BEI 2014
10/21/2013 Fujitsu and DoCoMo Release Raku-Raku the Age-Friendly Smartphone
Fujitsu, a Japanese IT equipment and service company, has released a smartphone equipped with user-friendly features for older consumers.
Nicholas Barracca, intern, AARP Office of International Affairs Global Innovations
10/10/2013 2014 AARP Best Employers International Award
Application for the 2014 AARP best Employers International Award
10/8/2013 Claris Companion Tablet Connects Seniors with Families and Caregivers
Claris Healthcare developed a new tablet called the Claris Companion, which allows seniors to surf online safely and communicate easily with their family and health care providers such as doctors and social workers.
Gili Loew, intern, AARP Office of International Affairs-NY Global Innovations
9/17/2013 The Impact of Aging on Economic Development in the U.S. and Europe
AARP president Rob Romsco discusses The Impact of Aging on Economic Development in the U.S. and Europe at the American Business Forum for Europe on Sep. 17, 2013 in New York, NY.
9/10/2013 AARP Presentations at the 2nd International Conference on Age-Friendly Cities
AARP Presentations at the 2nd International Conference on Age-Friendly Cities help on Sep. 9-11, 2013 in Quebec City, Canada.
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