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NEWS ITEMS

1 Pollution causing premature births in citiesNovember 26 2011
2 Outdoor Play reduces risk of being short sightedNovember 10 2011
3 Clean Cookstoves Campaign to save livesOctober 29 2011
4 Pakistan flood endangering childrenOctober 20 2011
5 Play@KhirkeeOctober 12 2011
6 Protective environments for children on the moveOctober 6 2011
7 Place-Based EducationSeptember 28 2011
8 Interactive Nature Play MapSeptember 28 2011
9 Youth Community PoliceSeptember 15 2011
10 Child Well-being and happinessSeptember 14 2011
11 Fukushima Schools Unsafe After Clean-UpSeptember 14 2011
12 Not so child friendly BangaloreSeptember 1 2011
13 TODs make child friendly environmentsAugust 23 2011
14 Risk vs. safety in playgroundsAugust 19 2011
15 Planning education for TeensJuly 15 2011
16 Scrapstore PlaypodJune 2 2011
17 Children’s Environmental Health UnitsMay 31 2011
18 'Children’s Charter' for staying safe in disastersMay 28 2011
19 Child and Mom-friendly condos in TokyoMay 4 2011
20 Children in the middleApril 30 2011
21 Child Friendly GuelphApril 15 2011
22 Inclusive schools in BangaloreApril 4 2011
23 New children’s parks in DelhiMarch 20 2011
24 Children’s Places in LondonFebruary 19 2011
25 New Environmental SuperheroFebruary 6 2011
26 Poor Sanitation Kills Over Million Children a YearFebruary 2 2011
27 Renewal Promotes Youth Culture in IsraelJanuary 10 2011
28 Art and Nature in HospitalsDecember 17 2010
29 Rethinking School DesignDecember 10 2010
30 Authentic Youth Civic EngagementOctober 13 2010
31 Disaster Management for childrenOctober 10 2010
32 Children's Garden wins urban design awardOctober 1 2010
33 Social activism by studentsSeptember 5 2010
34 Family-friendly housing in urban areasSeptember 5 2010
35 Punishing illegal parking in Seoul School ZonesAugust 29 2010
36 Jewish and Arab children create green play structures togetherAugust 17 2010
37 Cities for ChildrenAugust 7 2010
38 Playgrounds for allJuly 19 2010
39 Children's architecture and planning exhibitJuly 15 2010
40 Delhi to Start Mobile SchoolsJuly 3 2010
41 Mid-East peace on teen reality showJune 15 2010
42 Child Care Effects on TeensJune 14 2010
43 Learning Gardens across New YorkJune 12 2010
44 Children Left in Cars Warning SystemMay 30 2010
45 Myplace Youth CentresMay 14 2010
46 How Environments Influence Children's ActivitiesApril 22 2010
47 Returning to School in HaitiApril 12 2010
48 Caring for Children in HaitiApril 4 2010
49 Bio-diesel at Youth OlympicsMarch 27 2010
50 Accessible parks for ChildrenMarch 10 2010
51 UK leading in learning outsideMarch 3 2010
52 Citizen action prompts lead testingFebruary 17 2010
53 Drought endangers rural adolescentsFebruary 13 2010
54 Rwandan children campaign against climate changeFebruary 10 2010
55 Benefits of Active School TravelJanuary 20 2010
56 ‘Child-Friendly Cities’ in MoroccoJanuary 15 2010
57 British youth lack nature experiencesJanuary 10 2010
58 Australia apologizes to childrenDecember 17 2009
59 Worst Cities for YouthDecember 14 2009
60 Ending School ViolenceDecember 6 2009
61 1 billion deprived childrenDecember 2 2009
62 Children propose Old Delhi redevelopmentNovember 14 2009
63 Park Bans ChildrenNovember 4 2009
64 India Lowers Child BudgetNovember 1 2009
65 Accessible PlaygroundsOctober 27 2009
66 Youth Food PolicyOctober 21 2009
67 Play to self regulateOctober 10 2009
68 Free Travel for YouthSeptember 28 2009
69 Youth on Climate ChangeSeptember 25 2009
70 Children Plan VillageSeptember 6 2009
71 Play Deficiencies Cause AlarmSeptember 4 2009
72 Best Places to Grow Up in USAugust 21 2009
73 Pollution lowers child IQAugust 15 2009
74 Youth fight for food justiceAugust 9 2009
75 Play Streets in New York CityAugust 5 2009
76 Global climate change and child healthJuly 27 2009
77 Japanese Towns Luring YouthJuly 24 2009
78 Youth Climate SummitJuly 14 2009
79 Afghanistan’s First Skateboarding SchoolJuly 8 2009
80 Child Friendly WodongaJuly 5 2009
81 Super City Prioritizes ChildrenJuly 3 2009
82 Largest Walking School BusJune 20 2009
83 Children’s Participation in UgandaJune 17 2009
84 Growing Youth EngagementJune 7 2009
85 Built environment and healthJune 4 2009
86 Children's Clubs in VietnamMay 27 2009
87 Youth helps ban smokingMay 23 2009
88 Economic Downtown and ChildrenMay 20 2009
89 Let's Cool The Earth!May 17 2009
90 Playgroups on riseMay 16 2009
91 Children and TechnologyMay 15 2009
92 Japan requires bicycle helmetsMay 1 2009
93 Youth Tackle Environmental ChallengesApril 29 2009
94 Nature Nurture in Forest PlaygroundApril 27 2009
95 Farm School in BrazilApril 25 2009
96 Teens and Urban PlanningApril 22 2009
97 Urban Youth FundApril 18 2009
98 Child Parliament in ZimbabweApril 14 2009
99 School Zone SafetyApril 12 2009
100 Play in ChildcareApril 10 2009
101 Youth in ParliamentMarch 18 2009
102 Urban planning for kidsMarch 16 2009
103 Technology Helps Children with Communication DisabilitiesMarch 12 2009
104 Schoolyard injuriesMarch 11 2009
105 Child Rights HeroMarch 6 2009
106 Lead levels lower in childrenMarch 4 2009
107 School Zones and PovertyMarch 1 2009
108 Children's Book on PlanningFebruary 28 2009
109 Children's Zone ProjectFebruary 20 2009
110 Neighborhood affects student performanceFebruary 13 2009
111 Cells: street crossing risk for adolescentsFebruary 4 2009
112 Chinese officials: Environmental degradation behind increase in birth defectsFebruary 3 2009
113 US survey: Best places to raise childrenJanuary 31 2009
114 Ban on mobile phone advertising to children in FranceJanuary 14 2009
115 New Housing Vouchers and Other Measures to Prevent Families with Children Becoming HomelessJanuary 12 2009
116 New CABE report calls for end to KFC play spacesJanuary 1 2009
117 Toxic Air and U.S. SchoolsDecember 21 2008
118 The Child Development IndexDecember 19 2008
119 Rezoning and density bonuses add child care spaces in Vancouver condo developmentsDecember 15 2008
120 British study confirms importance of preschool, primary school and home environment for children’s learningNovember 28 2008
121 The Adolescent Girls InitiativeNovember 14 2008
122 Decline in outdoor and hands-on play slowed cognitive development in British TeenagersOctober 31 2008
123 AutoSearchKID™ : A New Tool to Track Public School Bus Transit SystemsOctober 27 2008
124 National Commission on Children and DisastersOctober 20 2008
125 Measure K: Oakland sets aside 2.5% of the unrestricted General Fund for children and youthSeptember 27 2008
126 Minimum Standard of Design Quality for Secondary Schools in EnglandSeptember 26 2008
127 No Child Left Inside ActSeptember 22 2008
128 Well designed schools as psychologically and physically secure havens for childrenSeptember 16 2008
129 Cleaner and Newer Buses for California School ChildrenAugust 14 2008
130 Neighbourhood Children’s Parliament in Andhra Pradesh, IndiaAugust 14 2008
131 Children too scared of crime to play outdoorsAugust 4 2008
132 International Youth Day 2008: Youth and Climate ChangeAugust 2 2008
133 Children and adolescents target of $1.6 billion in food advertising in 2006July 29 2008
134 Imagination Playground: A portable playground in a boxJuly 25 2008
135 Declining Share of Federal Spending for ChildrenJuly 10 2008
136 Young Environmental Activists tell their story at UN Children’s ConferenceJune 25 2008
137 Educated Young Adults Choose “Place” before JobJune 23 2008
138 New UK schools to be zero-carbon by 2016June 17 2008
139 Community Monitoring Yields A Dramatic Drop in Child Mortality: A Uganda Success StoryJune 12 2008
140 Children’s Development Bank: A bank by and for street children in DelhiJune 11 2008
141 Hiroshima Forum Strives to End Violence Against ChildrenJune 3 2008
142 Shootback Photo Exhibition: Giving a Voice to Kenya’s ChildrenJune 1 2008
143 Parental Fear Prevents Children Cycling on Roads in EnglandMay 10 2008
144 Child Asthma Risks Lower in Leafy SuburbsMay 5 2008
145 Electronic Schoolbags, PDAs: Learning on the Go for HongKong School ChildrenMay 1 2008
146 Technology moves from Mars to Soweto: Pupils use robotic camera to capture panoramic images of their environmentApril 28 2008
147 Playhouse Disney and the Pre-school Learning Alliance Offers Preschoolers a Greener Start to 2008April 21 2008
148 LEED® Platinum for Chartwell School, America's Greenest Educational Campus with a mission to tackle language challengesJanuary 27 2008
149 Children are better at managing risk on their own than adults thinkJanuary 18 2008
150 Should Sixth Grade be in Elementary School or Middle School?December 20 2007
151 Academic facilitates $100 million investment in private schools for the poorNovember 20 2007
152 Local Law to establish Asthma Free School Zones in New York CityNovember 15 2007
153 Mayor Driven School Reforms Seek Greater Accountability to Help New York City's Struggling SchoolsNovember 9 2007
154 Clinton Global Initiative Announces Historic Education Partnership for Children of ConflictSeptember 29 2007
155 A Multi-dimensional Plan to Improve Children's Health in KoreaSeptember 22 2007
156 New Media Consumption Patterns in British ChildrenSeptember 20 2007
157 Green jobs to help the environment and keep inner-city youth off the streetsAugust 1 2007
158 NYC School Playgrounds as Public SpacesJuly 8 2007
159 Playpumps: Child powered merry-go-rounds bring drinking water to South AfricaJune 24 2007
160 Children not allowed out with friendsJune 13 2007
161 Kid-Friendly Smart Franchises: Children of working parents inspire new businessMay 15 2007
162 South Korean students get bodyguards to go to schoolMay 11 2007
163 Smart Growth Inspired New Jersey Town Now Unable to Provide for More ChildrenApril 10 2007
164 Federal Domestic Budget Spending on Children DeclinesMarch 26 2007
165 Digital Media, the new cultural territory for Chinese YouthMarch 19 2007
166 Downtown [Denver] playing catchup for families: Experts say kids key to urban vitalityMarch 12 2007
167 Texas facility jails immigrant children and their familiesMarch 12 2007
168 Child well-being in rich countriesFebruary 20 2007
169 US High School Students Do Not Understand Climate Change IssuesJanuary 30 2007
170 11 million children award outstanding contributions to the rights of the childJanuary 29 2007
171 New apartment guidelines in Ireland keeping children in mindJanuary 26 2007
172 A New Kind of Playground for New YorkJanuary 14 2007
173 Environmental design helped Sweden achieve lowest childhood injury mortality in the worldDecember 29 2006
174 Impact of schools on housing values in SingaporeDecember 27 2006
175 School Toilets not a focus of Healthy Schools Initiative in BritainNovember 22 2006
176 India Leads in Young People Wellbeing IndexNovember 21 2006
177 Practical new guide on prevention of violence against children from WHONovember 15 2006
178 Viet Nam takes steps to protect children from accidents and injuriesNovember 14 2006
179 Asthma symptoms among children linked to diesel truck emissions in the South BronxNovember 12 2006
180 Parents' perceptions of neighborhood safety influencing children's physical activityOctober 23 2006
181 One-third of U.S. youth are not physically fitOctober 22 2006
182 TV Might Really Cause AutismOctober 16 2006
183 Libyan children to receive wireless laptops as part of “One Laptop Per Child” initiativeOctober 11 2006
184 Virginia Launches Safe Routes to School ProgramSeptember 25 2006
185 World Development Report 2007 Urges More Investment in Developing World's Record Youth PopulationSeptember 21 2006
186 Youth Inclusion Programs to stop children from becoming criminalsSeptember 20 2006
187 Human Development Report Says Children Unsafe in DelhiAugust 30 2006
188 Children of the Storm: Aftermath of Hurricane KatrinaAugust 27 2006
189 Child labor rises in sub-Saharan AfricaAugust 24 2006
190 Escalators as Source of Injury to ChildrenAugust 16 2006
191 Youth WAVE Screener: Addressing Weight-Related Behaviors With School-Age ChildrenJuly 31 2006
192 San Francisco Works to Keep Families in TownJuly 28 2006
193 Children in affluent, less dense environments at high risk of childhood cancersJuly 20 2006
194 Childhood asthma rise linked to indoor swimmingJuly 20 2006
195 Toronto Police And Province Team Up To Help Youth SucceedJuly 7 2006
196 Lessons in New Ways to SeeJuly 5 2006
197 School foods report cards fault nutrition policies in schoolsJune 22 2006
198 World forum begins with a challengeJune 17 2006
199 South African study on youth living in violent environmentJune 16 2006
200 "Youthink!" Wins AwardJune 13 2006
201 Community-based systems of care lead to improved mental health services for childrenJune 11 2006
202 School bus pollution a serious threat to children’s healthMay 29 2006
203 Rwandan orphans denied land rightsMay 26 2006
204 No Child Left InsideMay 21 2006
205 Shifting base of play and learning from real to virtual settingsMay 11 2006
206 Indian children learn on their own and from peers using computers in playgroundsMay 11 2006
207 World Development Report 2007 is on YouthMay 9 2006
208 Children Living Near Major Roads Face Higher Asthma RiskMay 4 2006
209 Kenya's abolition of school fees offers lessons for rest of AfricaApril 17 2006
210 Free Underground Rides for Kids in LondonApril 9 2006
211 CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS TO LEAD NATION IN EDUCATING CHILDREN ABOUT ENVIRONMENTFebruary 3 2006
212 “Youth as City Leaders” website launchedJanuary 11 2006
213 Students Return to Big Changes in New OrleansJanuary 4 2006
214 EPA Launches Children's Environmental Health DatabaseJanuary 3 2006
215 Violence Against Children: The Voices of Ugandan Children and Adults.January 1 2006
216 Kenya: Worst drought in years threatens childrenJanuary 1 2006
217 At Center of a Clash, Rowdy Children in Coffee ShopsNovember 9 2005
218 Computer-based education:a solution to bridge social inequality in IndiaOctober 17 2005
219 Childcare 'Stress for toddlers'September 19 2005
220 Does the Built Environment Influence Physical Activity? A reportAugust 10 2005
221 Risk of childhood cancer increased by exhaust fume pollutionAugust 10 2005
222 SpongeBob SquareMeal?July 25 2005
223 Noise may affect children's language developmentJuly 19 2005
224 Romania seeks EU-standard childcareJuly 14 2005
225 America's Children: Key National Indicators of Children's Well-Being 2005July 1 2005
226 Poverty and Children's Cognitive and Social Development From Birth Through Third GradeJuly 1 2005
227 Association of Television Viewing During Childhood With Poor Educational AchievementJuly 1 2005
228 Children of the tsunami struggle to move onJune 26 2005
229 The US National Children’s StudyJune 18 2005
230 Childhood cancer in relation to distance from high voltage power lines in England and Wales: a case-control studyJune 4 2005
231 Playground of the mindJune 4 2005
232 Aircraft and road traffic noise and children's cognition and health: A cross-national studyJune 4 2005
233 Researchers Use Maps to Study ObesityMay 29 2005
234 Environmental Health; Children at risk, says economist who helped assess the world's ecosystemMay 28 2005
235 Spare the risk, spoil the child?May 22 2005
236 Youth care less about environment: studyMay 17 2005
237 Mobile libraries for Delhi's slum childrenMay 17 2005
238 "Babies have favourite colours"May 8 2005
239 Dwelling Disparities: How Poor Housing Leads to Poor HealthMay 2 2005
240 Street children and the juvenile justice systemMay 1 2005
241 Listening to children - the silent majority of Uganda's poorMay 1 2005
242 Children 'fail to name UK trees'April 29 2005
243 Vibrant Cities Find One Thing Missing: ChildrenMarch 24 2005
244 Designing outdoor play areas to promote physical activity and reduce obesityMarch 18 2005
245 The Effects of Outdoor Education Programs for Children in CaliforniaJanuary 31 2005
246 UK Board: Don't give cell phones to youngJanuary 11 2005
247 Cross-community garden project in Northern Ireland comes to fruitionJanuary 4 2005
248 Resurrecting Free Play in Young Children: Looking Beyond Fitness and Fatness to Attention, Affiliation, and AffectJanuary 1 2005
249 One of Every Five Children Suffers From Hunger in Bolivia, Ecuador and PeruDecember 21 2004
250 The State of the World's Children: Childhood under threatDecember 9 2004
251 BABIZA'S STORY: Launch of a New Book Series by the MOST Programme of UNESCONovember 5 2004
252 Arsenic Picked Up from the PlaygroundOctober 1 2004
253 Landmark Issue of Participatory Learning and ActionJune 15 2004
254 World Youth Report 2003: The global situation of young peopleJune 10 2004
255 Back to school - but not by car pleaseMay 1 2004
256 A Tale of Two Lists: Green and RedApril 18 2004
257 Oh, To Be a Kid in Naperville! Census Bureau Reports on Children and their HomesMarch 31 2004
258 Haiti's Dark Secret: The Restavecs -- Servitude Crosses the Line Between Chores and Child SlaveryMarch 27 2004
259 Lack of vitamins and minerals impairs child developmentMarch 24 2004
260 Kids on the Move: Child-friendly transportationFebruary 16 2004
261 Early Childhood Development Is a Top Concern for US CitiesOctober 24 2003
262 Great Haven for Families, but Don't Bring ChildrenAugust 13 2003
263 Poll: Kids eager to protect EarthMay 27 2003
264 Special issue of Environment and Urbanization: Building Cities with and for Children and YouthMay 21 2003
265 Nature Can Help Protect Rural Children From StressApril 25 2003
266 International Children's Conference on the EnvironmentDecember 8 2002
267 Separating children from their rights? How Europe fails child asylum seekersNovember 11 2002
268 How school design creates better studentsSeptember 28 2002
269 Could do much better: Britain's treatment of young refugees under the spotlightSeptember 25 2002
270 Number of poor children in USA rises for the first time in eight yearsSeptember 24 2002
271 Nigeria: NES organizes National Youth Environment TourAugust 7 2002
272 NPR Program on Street ChildrenAugust 1 2002
273 Excessive cleanliness linked to child asthmaJune 27 2002
274 A World Fit for ChildrenMay 10 2002
275 Children Lose In Playground FightMay 10 2002
276 Children's "Nobel Prize" to be awardedApril 14 2002
277 Child Rights & the Media: Putting Children in the RightJanuary 31 2002
278 Poverty and Children: lessons of the 90s for least developed countriesDecember 31 2001
279 Green school yards: Reconnecting children with natureOctober 7 1999