The infographic outlines where and how marketing can be regulated in a community.
The complete report equips jurisdictions with the data and tools necessary to combat the marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages to young children. It provides a detailed legal analysis of the options available, and discusses strategies communities can use to reduce unhealthy marketing.
The executive summary explains the importance of regulating marketing to kids, describes unhealthy marketing practices and their effects, and outlines the different policy options.
This step-by-step guide discusses strategies for forming a partnership among tobacco control, nutrition, and excessive alcohol use prevention programs. Read the examples and case studies to see partnerships in action, and use the activities, scripts, and worksheets to build relationships of your own.
This set of 4 one-pagers introduces the rationale behind and benefits of a comprehensive approach to the retail environment. Use the sample talking points in each of the conversation starters below to identify shared goals and make the case for collaboration.
The companion policy poster presents innovative strategies in tobacco control, nutrition, and excessive alcohol use prevention in order to create a retail environment where it is easier to make healthy choices than unhealthy ones.
This playbook presents 15 innovative strategies to increase the accessibility of nutritious foods and beverages, and to limit the prevalence or visibility of tobacco products, non-nutritious foods and beverages, and alcohol in the retail environment.
This legal memorandum provides the results of legal research to identify states with policies that specifically authorize localities to regulate the days, hours, or both of alcohol sales.
The legal research specifically sought to identify whether the states had amended the extent to which states grant local governments authority to regulate alcohol outlet density. This update reviewed the extent to which states grant local governments authority to regulate alcohol outlet density and determined whether there had been any changes to these laws between January 1, 2019, when the last review was completed, and April 1, 2020.
ChangeLab Solutions created this infographic to provide an overview of how alcohol taxes work to reduce consumption, as well as of the public health effects of that reduced consumption.