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    The 2020 Policy and Advocacy Collection includes recordings from the digital conference on critical policy topics on how COVID-19 is changing infrastructure, new directions in local zoning reform, how planners can showcase their planning stories, and more. 10+ CM credits.
    CM|10.5

    Special Student Pricing:  $25.00
    Nonmember Price: $175.00
    Member Price: $125.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Today’s political, economic, and social landscape makes housing planning and policy more challenging and more important. Take an in-depth look at the politics of housing and how language, stories, and engagement can help promote housing opportunity.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the economy and government budgets. Find out the state of the economy, impacts on planning, and what’s ahead for relief and recovery.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Infrastructure leaders will examine how today’s trends are reshaping infrastructure needs and where state and federal policy, such as the pending transportation reauthorization, is headed.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Congress has critical unfinished business, including the expiration of surface transportation legislation, spending bills, and support for economic recovery. Members of Congress will provide the latest details on these issues and the state of federal po
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Stories are an important tool for good, inclusive planning. Cities like Detroit and Denver have developed storytelling programs that support planning, public engagement, and economic development. Find out why stories are critical for discovering and cult
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Regulations for federal environmental reviews under NEPA have undergone the most sweeping changes in a generation. Discover what the changes mean for planning practice and what’s next for a range of federal environmental regulations.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    How can communities pursue an economic recovery that is equitable and addresses longstanding challenges? Is today’s recovery a chance for tomorrow’s reinvention? Local Initiative Support Corporation (LISC) CEO Maurice Jones will discuss how communiti
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Bringing a perspective from local and federal government and a leading private sector mobility company, Anthony Foxx will discuss the trends shaping the future of mobility, the impact of the pandemic on the infrastructure we need, and how to plan for it.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Deputy mayors discuss the state of local government, the role of planning, and how they are working towards a better recovery.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    State legislatures across the country have been focusing on the housing crisis. Experts will discuss the politics of state housing policy, what planners should expect, and how they can influence the debate.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Climate policy is heating up in Washington. Find out how the federal climate and resiliency agenda is changing, what lies ahead, and new roles for a planning-led approach to climate change policy.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Public transit agency leaders and industry experts will explore key trends and offer insights into the innovations that can ensure transit helps communities thrive. How can transit evolve and adapt to new circumstances, and what should policymakers do to
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Zoning reform is being touted as a tool to address housing affordability and social equity. Experts will look at the state of zoning policy around the country, including details of new actions in Portland, Oregon.
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Federal housing policy is critical for short-term recovery and relief and essential for longer-terms needs of housing affordability, availability, and opportunity. Find what local communities can expect from Washington and the changing landscape for hous
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted how we live, work, play,and move around our communities.  It also has changed how planners thinkabout and prepare for the future, while navigating the impacts of social inequity.
    CM|1.5
    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $0.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Limiting zoning districts to homes occupied by the historical definition of “family” contained in zoning codes has encouraged residential segregation and housing unaffordability. This webinar examines existing laws and offers suggestions for how zoning might be tweaked to respond to many of the changing norms of the American family.

    CM I 1.50 (1.50 Law)

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    This course will discuss recent and proposed legislation in Minnesota and California that illustrate these trends, as well as the potential legal issues that come with such legislation.

    CM I 1.50 (1.50 Law)

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Includes more than 30 recordings from the NPC20 @ Home digital conference, combining the spirit of the National Planning Conference with content related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Price includes access to live Career Zone event and recordings. 20+ CM credits.

    CM I 27.5 (1.50 Law) (1.50 Ethics)

    Special Student Pricing:  $25.00

    Nonmember Price: $175.00
    Member Price: $125.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    The key objective of the series is to highlight ways in which planners within APA are addressing Latino issues and how Latino planners are, themselves, being perceived within their profession.
    CM|6.0
    Nonmember Price: $180.00
    Member Price: $90.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Planners, learn about the wage gap in general — and planning's wage gap in particular — to prepare to negotiate during your next review or as you are hired into a new position.
    CM|1.25
    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    This webinar will provide planners with expert advice on the basic and essential elements necessary when considering launching and operating a private practice.
    CM|1.0
    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Equity in disaster planning and recovery is coming into focus because lower-income communities, particularly those of color, are disproportionately impacted by environmental, technological, and public health hazards. How can planners address these threat
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Presidential elections coincide with the national census once every 20 years. As states, cities, and nonprofits work to get the word out, how can we harness the momentum of this organizing effort? Is real engagement possible during the COVID-19 crisis?
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    E-commerce's explosive growth is touching multiple aspects of planning, including zoning, circulation, and municipal finance. COVID-19 is accelerating the shift to online shopping and "contactless" deliveries. This panel examines immediate and longer-ter
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Planning for diversity and inclusion requires intentional efforts to dismantle systems of oppression and advance liberation and self-determination. This course equips planners with concepts and skills to perform inclusive and equitable planning and work effectively in diverse communities.

    CM I 2.00

    Nonmember Price: $80.00
    Member Price: $40.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Social equity is the defining issue of our time. In light of today's political uncertainties and challenges we put together this three-part series to help planners foster broad-based, inclusive growth, and ensure they are creating more just and equitable communities. Take this course to learn more about how planners are making a difference.

    CM I 3.25 

    Nonmember Price: $130.00
    Member Price: $65.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Jumping into a supervisory role or any level of management is a career goal many people share. While basic management skills are a necessity, there are unique challenges and situations which only a planner will face. This six-part series course is designed to provide you with tools needed for supervisory success.

    CM I 7.0 (1.50 Ethics) (1.50 Law) 

    Nonmember Price: $280.00
    Member Price: $140.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Take your Planning Officials and Commissioners to the next level with this three-part training course collection. Listen in as four seasoned planners share insights from new research as well as sage wisdom gained from countless hours of running public meetings.

    CM I 1.50

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Presented in partnership with The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, this course will introduce you to general aspects of how municipalities raise money, spend money, and develop budgets to meet the infrastructure and operations needs of the community.

    CM I 0.5

    Nonmember Price: $20.00
    Member Price: $10.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
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