If individual consumers become significant purchasers of products like bicycle helmets to reduce obesity—is that an example of sustainability?

0
Posted

If individual consumers become significant purchasers of products like bicycle helmets to reduce obesity—is that an example of sustainability?

0

The expected outcome of the proposed activities is sustained policy, system and/or environmental changes. Consumer purchasing of bicycle helmets does not fit within this definition. Our impact is not targeted to individuals. Q: In the Farm to Institution component in the MAPPS strategies, do we need to address every one of those examples (e.g., schools, worksites, hospitals, etc.) in our workplan or just what we think we can accomplish in 2 years? A: For the Farm to Institution component, these are just examples of settings. You do not need to address all of them. You need to have an appropriate workplan for the 2 year funding period. In the TA guidance on the website- we give examples of what we are looking for. www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/recovery/ found in the “Application and Submission” section. Q: I understand the interventions listed in Appendix A, MAPPS Interventions, complement, but do not duplicate the FDA regulations that will take effect over the next year. Our state recently passe

Related Questions