Promoting active cities
Our cities should be too
235 million. The number of inactive European today.
Sedentarity has become a major challenge for individuals and the European Union over the past decades. With 70% of Europeans living in cities, we know they have a decisive role in stimulating physical activity.
Funded by the European Union and led by Sport and Citizenship Think tank, PACTE project (Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe) strives to transform cities into Active Cities.
On June 6, 2019, the city of Liege (Belgium) brought its civic consultation a step further down the line towards the creation of the city next multiannual strategy.
Head of Division at the Technical and Environmental Administration- City of Copenhagen
Head of Departement, Umeå's Municipality and Physical literacy coordinator at Change the game
Following the Physical Activity Serving Society (PASS) project, Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe (PACTE) is taking a further step towards increasing active cities across Europe.
On Wednesday 6th of March, the European Parliament’s Sport Integroup has organized a conference on the future of sport in European cities. The event, called ‘Sport and regional development: the future of sport in European cities’ gathered a lot of different actors to discuss the benefits from promoting sport in cities.
Mayor of London's Walking & Cycling Commissioner