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Latino communities often take community development into their own hands with active placemaking often referred to as ‘Latino urbanism.’ This course will help planners learn how to tap into this energy to activate and engage Latinos in planning proce
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.
Nonmember Price: $180.00
Member Price: $90.00
As technology continues to advance, drones and other autonomous aircraft present challenges for planners. Our panel of leading experts will present updates on the legal implications and will cover public safety, privacy, and code enforcement issues.
CM I 1.50 (1.50 Law)Student Price: $15.00
Nonmember Price: $60.00
Member Price: $30.00
The original purpose behind all the Diálogos was to set a national agenda for planning for Latinos in the U.S. and to ultimately provide a tool for Latino planners. Diálogos is a bottom-up approach that provides a platform for those voices of communiti
This course focuses on the connection between nature-based solutions and planning processes while providing resources, case examples, and recommendations for action.
This webinar will provide planners with expert advice on the basic and essential elements necessary when considering launching and operating a private practice.
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?
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
Presented in partnership with The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. This three-part course will introduce you to Scenario Planning methods and tools. Learn how to implement a fully-featured planning process with dynamically responsive plans to react to unexpected changes.
CM I 1.50
Nonmember Price: $60.00
Member Price: $30.00
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
Planners need to address discriminatory practices that have led to structural disadvantages in housing, transportation, education and employment. Using progressive tactics, this presentation will highlight ways to overcome these practices to implement be
The dynamic nature of 3D reality models offers planners, stakeholders, and decision makers smarter tools, resulting in increased predictability of outcomes before designs are approved and built.
Nonmember Price: $10.00
Member Price: $5.00
Moakley Park in Boston offers a roadmap for addressing pressing climate change needs while also prioritizing social, cultural, economic, and environmental equity. Learn the pivotal role this 60-acre waterfront park will play in Boston’s future.
Nonmember Price: $30.00
Member Price: $15.00
Learn how the revolution in variable-priced parking that started in San Francisco has spread across America, positioning cities for a future of curb management for more than just cars.
What policies will be created by a new Congress and a new administration? Federal action will tackle issues that are critical to planning, including recovery, climate change, infrastructure, and housing. Hear directly from members of the new administrati
COVID-19 profoundly impacted small businesses, with minority-owned enterprises the hardest hit. Solutions demand that planners evaluate their toolkit to include short-term wins and inclusive outcomes.
Meaningful climate adaptation planning for affordably multifamily housing can be done with a wide range of climate hazard data, a diversity of governance and oversight structures, and at different scales, and can be driven by planners.
Millions of people lack adequate access to affordable transportation. Learn how microtransit (not to be mistaken for micromobility — scooters, e-bikes), is revolutionizing mobility in transit deserts and improving outcomes for vulnerable populations.
Tired of planning resilient facilities and infrastructure after a natural disaster or emergency? Or because a certain community leader asked you to? Find out how this past year's weather has brought energy and water security planning to the forefront.
Environmental justice is a planning issue. Learn how communities have been deliberate in calibrating their place-based efforts to meet the needs of underserved communities. Environmental justice can enhance your planning outcomes.
Affordable housing is a major challenge for growth management, especially in highly desirable locations. This course presents efforts in the Bay Area and greater Seattle to provide affordable housing while managing growth.
This course takes participants through the basics of what scenario planning is, when to use it, and how to get started. Get details from practitioners who have recently completed planning projects using scenario planning.
Nearly a quarter of the U.S. population speaks a language other than English at home. Learn techniques that will help planners, architects, and designers shift their practices to provide these communities with equitable access to the design of their neig
A new ULI/Washington study examines two barriers to attainable housing: regulatory/approval processes and community acceptance of new housing. This session highlights the study's findings, the District of Columbia's efforts to address housing needs, and
Autism’s increasing prevalence calls for planners to plan and design the public realm to improve the quality of life for people with autism. Find out about planning and design standards that create places where people with autism can thrive.
San Francisco Bay Area communities, ripe with the challenges planners face nationwide, have found new opportunities to innovate. Take a virtual trip around the Bay and learn about regional planning strategies, adapting to the shared economy, and planning