Executive Director, Shaun Andrews, is quoted by global sustainable urban development publication, Cities Today, “I don’t think we have seen any cities set a vision zero for loneliness yet, but we are hoping that as a result of the report many of the things that we are talking about find a way through.”

The article explores the targets and ambitions for ‘zero loneliness’ in cities, as covered in the Key Cities ‘Healthy Cities’ report, co-authored with Resilience Brokers and WPI Economics.

The Healthy City, sets out a new ‘health first’ vision for cities by 2050 to address interlinked challenges related to health, climate change, economic and technological shifts, inequity and social justice.

Check out the full ‘Healthy Cities’ report in the Thought Leadership section