Sitting less, moving more: The indoor built environment as a tool for change
1 January 2015
The special issue of Building Research & Information special issue focuses on the indoor built environment, particularly on the home, occupational and educational settings where further knowledge of activity levels and the possibilities for change are needed. This issue includes papers covering some key building types and populations, such as residential buildings for older people, schools and offices, providing an opportunity for identifying cross-cutting themes and differences. The three papers in this special issue that address residential buildings for older people illustrate the importance and diversity of the topic.
Sitting less, moving more: The indoor built environment as a tool for change. Building Research and Information, 43 (5), 561-565.
Marmot, A., Ucci, M. (2015)