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GP RED maintains ongoing review of current industry publications and papers, in addition to maintaining key strategic links and alliances.

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ORGANIZATIONS:

Resource Link Web Address:
Association of Bicycle & Pedestrian Professionals http://www.apbp.org
Interaction Institute for Social Change http://www.interactioninstitute.org
Center for Whole Communities http://www.wholecommunities.org
GreenPlay, LLC http://www.greenplayllc.com
Design Concepts http://www.www.dcla.net
RRC Associates http://www.rrcassociates.com
National Recreation and Parks Association http://www.nrpa.org
Active Transportation Alliance
http://www.activetrans.org
Safe Routes To School National Partnership http://www.saferoutespartnership.org
Rockwood Leadership Institute
http://rockwoodleadership.org
International Mountain Bicycling Association http://www.imba.com
National Insitute For Play http://www.nifplay.org
International Making Cities Livable http://www.livablecities.org
Institute At The Golden Gate http://parkshealthguide.org

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ARTICLES:

Article Source
Eat, Play, Love  American Psychological Association
10 New Rules for Elected Officials in Times of Economic Meltdown
Western City Magazine
Taking the Pulse of Park & Recreation Agencies California Park & Recreation Society
How Public Health and Parks & Recreation Can Work Together Californial Park & Recreation Society
Have Pathway Will Travel
Parks and Recreation Business
Economic Benefits of a Walkable Community Center for Comunity Economic Development
The Path To Sustainability – Recreation As A Key Player  GP RED Trend Watch
The Child’s Right To Play
Boulder Camera
Transportation Professionals Partner for Safe Routes for All
Institute for Transportation Engineers
Succession Planning: Leading to Change or Changing to Lead? Florida Recreation and Parks Journal

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REPORTS:

 

Report  Source
SARO Blueprint Full Report Final Report Institute for Public Health Innovation
SARO-Executive-Summary-Final Report Institute for Public Health Innovation
Streets as Public Spaces and Drivers of Urban Prosperity UN Habitat for a Better Urban Future
Active Transportation and Parks and Recreation National Recreation and Park Association
Safe Routes to Parks: Improving Access to Parks through Waklability National Recreation and Park Association
Quantifying the Contribution of Public Parks to Physical Activity and Health – Introducing SOPARC National Recreation and Park Association
Indicators of Livable Communities
Maine Development Foundation
The Public Sector Services Assessment GreenPlay LLC
Pedestrian & Bicycle Infrastructure: Employment Impacts Political Economy Research Institute
Economic Benefits of Trails & Greenways
Rails To Trails Conservancy

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INTERVIEWS:

Interview
Interview with Teresa Penbrooke on PreventObesity.net www.preventobesity.net

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THINK TANK:

GP RED Think Tank Presentations Now Available on SlideShare!
The 2014 GP RED Think Tank in Estes Park, CO was a great success with more than 40 great minds gathering to share knowledge and best practices in parks & recreation, public health, and land management. We are pleased to share the many thought-provoking presentations provided by our national content experts (click on SlideShare link to view presentations (Please credit GP RED Think Tank when using the slides).

2014 GP RED Invitational Think Tank Presentations
Connecting the Dots: Integration and Connections for Progress
Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria for Destinations
Progress, Not Perfection – Thriving During Stress
To The Rescue! Parks and Recreation in Disaster
2012 GP RED Invitational Think Tank Powerpoiints
Nature Deficit Disorder: Research, Trends & Hopeful Signs SlideShare Link
The Vital Role of the Built Environment SlideShare Link
National Wildlife Federation Be Out There SlideShare Link
Return on Investment and Accountability SlideShare Link
Trends in Active Transportation SlideShare Link
2008 GP RED Invitational Think Tank Featured Viewpoints
2012 GP RED Invitational Think Tank Featured Viewpoints

Handouts are also available from the 2014 GP RED Think Tank:

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OTHER:

Other Items of Interest:
Munch Better in Delaware: Healthy Vending and Concessions Delaware State Parks

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REDLINE SURVEYS:

With generous in-kind support by RRC Associates, GP RED conducts relevant surveys on national issues facing parks, recreation, public health, and land management professionals. An in-depth analysis is conducted by RRC Associates, and the results are shared with survey respondents. To become part of the GP REDline survey list, drop us a line at Info@gpred.org.

GP REDline Survey Report – SHADE
GP REDline Survey Report – SUCCESSION PLANNING
GP REDline Survey Report – RESTROOMS

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MANUALS:

GP RED PhotoVoice Orientation Manual

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RESEARCH BRIEFS:

#1 Walkability Standards
#2 Positive Policy and Practices: Concept, Context and Process
#3 REDLine Survey Results: Where Do You Get Your Information?
#4 Using Image-Base Participatory Action Research to Improve Community Health: Photo Voice
 #5 Why Leisure Organizations Fail to Seize Community Development Opportunities: Suggestions for Improving Collaborative Success
#6 REDLine Survey Results: Emergency Preparedness

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WORKSHOPS:

Youth Engagement Strategies (YES) Workshop
Education Catalog – 2014-2015; a compilation of topics, workshops and faculty available from GP RED.

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