University of Wisconsin–Madison

Why Adopt an Obesity Prevention Resolution?

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2010
Level County
State(s) All States
Policy Areas Children & Families, Democracy & Governance, Food, Health, Public Spaces
Passing a local resolution is one way for communities to promote obesity prevention policies. This report outlines NPLAN's model obesity prevention resolution, explaining how it works and the specific policies it promotes. It focuses on ten areas of improvement: (1) the built environment, (2) access to healthy food, (3) obesity disparities, (4) schools, (5) parks and recreation, (6) community and day care centers, (7) the food and beverage industry, (8) city and county hospitals, (9) employee wellness, and (10) implementation.

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