Professor Greg Lindsey is an associate dean at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs. He has received quite a few awards over the years for his work linking academic research with real-world practice.

What caught my eye was his work studying the relationship between the built environment and physical activity. Greg has been published by the Journal of the American Planning Association, the Journal of Physical Activity and Health, and a host of others. 

He joins Urbanism Speakeasy to chat about some of the work he's published in recent years about making non-motorized travel a viable means of transport.

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