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    Planners are increasingly called upon to partner with public health professionals and coalitions to create active and healthy communities. This course explores new approaches for planners to become a key partner in healthy-community efforts.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    How strict should planners be with nonconformities? Today’s gentler approaches allow nonconformities to expand and grow. Learn how to raise the bar without stifling redevelopment. This course is approved for 1.5 CM Law.

    CM I 1.5 (1.5 Law)

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Entrepreneurial ecosystems are comprised of organizations, capital, and people that foster thriving start-ups. Today, regions are strengthening their ecosystems through mapping, measuring and connecting resources. This course presents feasible ways to foster ecosystem resources and track progress.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Planning relates to management, especially after disasters. Fixing disaster damage is about finding how to pay for it. Gain extraordinary insight into the biggest recovery program ever, New York's post-Superstorm Sandy. Explore examples and case studies that describe the post-disaster intersection of financial management and planning.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    The housing affordability crisis is prompting many communities to (re)consider rent control. Government researchers share insights from decades of rent regulation experience in New York. Planners interested in affordability will gain an understanding of
    CM|1.25
    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    The Port of Los Angeles has massive health, environmental justice, and economic impacts on neighboring San Pedro and Wilmington. Learn about a recent land-use study of off-port impacts.
    CM|1.25
    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    What is the role of planning in the aftermath of a mega-event such as the Olympics? This course explores the ways in which the design and impact of the Olympic Games have affected host communities years after the event is over.
    CM|1.0
    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
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    NYCDOT’s Plaza Equity Program demonstrates how private-public partnerships are leveraged to ensure community stewardship of public space in underserved neighborhoods. Stories from neighborhood plazas offer insights into the benefits and challenges of c
    CM|0.75
    Nonmember Price: $30.00
    Member Price: $15.00
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    Today, citizens can tap into huge pools of information online. Is the planning commission still the bridge between government and the public? This course covers a wide range of topics that explore these answers and the future of Commissioners.

    CM I 1.5

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
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    Is your community ready to respond to the opioid and heroin crisis? Learn more about how to respond to this epidemic from the planning and public health perspectives.

    CM I 1.0

    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
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    This course is a multi-state perspective on good drafting techniques, the common pitfalls that lead to unclear ordinances, and legal and judicial perspectives on the results. This session examines why drafting individual ordinances, simplifying or streamlining ordinances, or combining them into a unified code, all need to be done with care.

    CM I 1.50 (1.50 Law)

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
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    Local governments are increasingly choosing to structure themselves around policy priorities. Hear how two cities Ð New Orleans and Denver Ð have changed their internal structures to better incorporate resilience planning and progressive mobility goals, respectively.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Together the public and private sectors, aided by robust local and state housing policies, have creatively tackled the need for more affordable housing in small and large communities alike. Learn more about these appealing and attainable communities, featured in a publication from the National Association of Home Builders.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Learn how NYC Parks, working with communities and sister agencies, are unifying park spaces with the neighborhoods they serve and creating new centers of community by reimagining entrances, edges, and park-adjacent spaces through its Parks Without Borders initiative.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    The aging Northeast Corridor is the rail backbone of the Northeast region and the nation's busiest passenger rail corridor. Learn how eight states, the District of Columbia, Amtrak, and the US DOT are collaborating to plan its sustainable future.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    This course dissects the causes behind the statistics on bicycle and pedestrian safety and offers on-the-ground solutions based on safety trends data.
    CM|1.25
    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Municipalities across the country recognize the benefits of improving the public realm to support pedestrians and foster civic life. This course highlights creative ways that cities have delivered safe, interesting, inclusive, and inviting spaces for ped
    CM|1.25
    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Slowing traffic through traffic calming is effective and popular but costly. Low-income, minority, or immigrant communities use transit and active transportation at high rates but are at greater risk as pedestrians. Learn about ways to address this risk
    CM|1.0
    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
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    In the context of increasing poverty rates, the moral and economic urgency of addressing climate change, and demonstrated commitments to energy efficiency by municipalities and utilities, this course presents a new framework for energy planning in which cities, utilities, and partners work together to meet communities' unique needs.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Aligning comprehensive plans and community health improvement plans (CHIPs) has the potential to ensure effective implementation of a community's goals and support healthy, equitable places. Representatives of Plan4Health communities and the American Hospital Association share lessons learned.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    So many plans, so little consistency! Discover how to spatially evaluate (and score) networks of plans to decrease vulnerabilities to hazards. Learn from research and practice through case studies that illuminate gaps and opportunities to integrate resiliency. This course walks through the newly developed user-friendly tool, the Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Planners are implementing flexible, risk-taking, opportunistic approaches to support ongoing revitalization in a demographically, socioeconomically diverse community in the D.C. Metro area.
    CM|1.0
    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
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    Moving toward more equitable communities is a priority for both planning and public health, but it can often feel like a daunting task. This course presents effective ways to incorporate equity into proposed projects or approaches and how you can leverage planning and public health data to strengthen your approach to equity.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    The traditional "areas of stability and change" approach is aging in the face of unprecedented growth in Denver. Learn about a new change-management tool that integrates equity, access, and placemaking to respond to changing demographics and preferences.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Government's proactive work on racial equity has the potential to leverage significant change. Explore planning tools and two case studies to help you achieve racial equity in our communities. Learn about the innovative practice of reorganizing government institutions to create more equitable outcomes, "Governing for Racial Equity"(GRE).

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    What tools and strategies should you be using to integrate land-use planning and urban water management in your community? This course presents the results of two recent groundbreaking studies on this topic. Case examples from both studies showcase project-specific best practices.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Dockless bike-share is on a roll, but is it an advance for ubiquitous, on-demand travel or "mobility spam"? This course looks at planning and policy techniques to integrate dockless bike-share into your campus or city's transportation system.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
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    Examine Ebenezer Howard's "garden city" movement reimagined for the 21st Century as England plans for growth through 20 garden towns and villages. Compare and contrast this effort with America's current approach to planning for strategic development.

    CM I 1.0

    Nonmember Price: $40.00
    Member Price: $20.00
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    All practitioners sometimes grapple with the right thing to do in complex and often ambiguous situations that seem inconsistent with their own experiences or the AICP code. Learn how to make ethical decisions more easily.

    CM I 1.50 (1.50 Ethics)

    Nonmember Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $30.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
    Explore new data on energy use in every U.S. city, see a real time analysis of a city's energy planning options, and learn from cities with award-winning strategies to integrate energy data in decision making and planning. The presentation features two of the DOE Cities - LEAP local government - led teams of funding recipients, Portland, Oregon and Bellevue, Washington.

    CM I 1.25

    Nonmember Price: $50.00
    Member Price: $25.00
    For a complete list of Speakers, click here.
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