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Learn how online GIS tools can help improve collaboration and build consensus. This course explores emerging interactive GIS technologies that planners can use in projects and the steps required to quickly develop applications.
Congress and the Biden administration are pursuing infrastructure legislation to transform transportation planning, tackle climate and broadband challenges, and fund critical projects. Discover what's being proposed and whether it will lead to lasting ch
Curious about how to harness ecosystem services as a tool in environmental planning? Using the Great Lakes basin as a case study, hear a cooperative dialogue on a timely topic for our generation.
Inclusionary zoning can be integrated into a form-based code, addressing inequality and capturing value for affordable housing.
Beyond the built environment, rural communities depend on a range of assets from human to natural, which considered together are "wealth." Explore collaborative approaches to harness these assets to build rural prosperity through agriculture and food systems.
The nation confronts an ongoing housing crisis and a major reckoning about the regulations that shape housing markets and communities. The Burnham Forum will examine the forces driving housing and zoning reform, the impact of recent innovations, and idea
Learn to put your best Zoom face forward and build quality virtual relationships with your team as well as stakeholders and community leaders.
In the planning and design of capitol campuses, state governments address issues of facilities, sustainability, workplace, placemaking, and parking in the context of capital cities and downtowns.
Mindfulness and reflection are keys to effective practice. A mindfulnesspractice can free the best of your cognitive and emotional intelligence. Reflectioncan keep you anchored in the process of thinking-in-action. Learn about both conceptsin this
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This exam preparation manual has been prepared on behalf of the Chapter Presidents Council (CPC) of the American Planning Association to assist those who are preparing to take the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Certification Exam.
This product is not approved for CM Credit.
Nonmember Price: $30.00
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In planning, city digital twins can be used for experimentation and simulation, to test policy options, to enhance cross-departmental collaboration, and to improve community engagement. Learn how to get started with examples from Columbus, Georgia, and B
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Climate shock disrupts life for residents of low-income communities. By providing a framework that cities can use to work across sectors and showcasing successful examples, the session prompts discussion about what is urgently needed and what is possible.
CM I 1.0
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Climate-induced relocation will be one of the most transformative trends in planning over the rest of the 21st century. How will planners need to think differently and address issues of inclusion and equity?
Learn to incorporate hazards and climate information into your infrastructure planning processes.
Do you use planning information in communications with fellow planners, supervisors, your clients, and the community? This course reveals new, efficient, within-your-reach methods to effectively collect, organize, and communicate information.
Electric vehicle sales could represent more than 50 percent of all passenger vehicle sales by 2040. The increased need for infrastructure to support these vehicles should be planned strategically to spur equitable economic activity in local communities.
See how a new, innovative approach moves away from antiquated nuisance code enforcement methods and uses artificial intelligence to improve efficiency, minimize conflict, and reduce geographic bias to focus on community interventions.
Portland, Maine, has undergone a significant revitalization in its downtown and waterfront areas. Get an overview of key sites where community vision has been implemented to channel private investment in support of public goals.
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Computer vision enables the transformation of any image into an observation of an asset or behavior. This course focuses on computer vision as an enabling technology that can help communities plan their futures.
What is it like to live, work, and seek to thrive in a white, cisgender, straight world as a non-white, non-cis, LGBTQ+ planner? Get an equity focus on professional practices.
Learn about a conceptual framework for how power systems in primarily white-led planning, real estate, and design fields affect health equity, and a test a beta action framework to challenge conventional practice.
Despite decades of efforts to combat discrimination, racist planning practices remain common. Learn how to transform the culture of white privilege in planning workplaces and education.
A new generation of technologies is enabling new paradigms for road pricing, allowing community-derived policies to be integrated into the pricing models and taking inequality into account.
COVID-19 Bicycling TrendsCOVID-19 has brought on a great “bicycle renaissance.” While there have been ample anecdotal stories and qualitative data on the increase in bicycling in the U.S., there’s been a lack of data to actually measure this increa
The pandemic has resulted in less driving and more walking/biking using trails and other transportation infrastructure. Planners can ensure that dramatic surges in pandemic-related bike sales and bicycling/walking activity will be sustained through equit
COVID transformed travel patterns, but what are the lasting impacts? Explore how scenario planning, visioning, data analytics, and a new transportation management process can address emergent challenges.