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Planning and zoning are key parts of structural inequality throughout the U.S. Gain insight into segregation through the lens of planning, housing, and zoning. Learn how to plan for equity.
Nonmember Price: $10.00
Member Price: $5.00
Have you felt like it is the battle of planning versus engineering at your office? Planners and Engineers will share tools, techniques, and examples of how to legitimize the planning voice, and jointly and equitably work together.
Planning for growth is a challenge, but planning for booms is even tougher. Hear how economic indicators can help planners use foresight to anticipate the biggest “surge cities” in the US where population and development will likely follow.
Language is a critical component of managing disruptive change in transportation planning and design. Changing the way streets function and prioritize different people and activities is fraught with social and political challenges, so the words we use really matter.
To avoid the catastrophic impacts of a warming planet, significant carbon reduction is needed by 2030. Take a look at tools that can help planners create the implementation structures that can shift from bold plans to bold action.
The presentation will provide findings from a study of exclusionary and inclusionary housing provisions found within land use ordinances from over 3000 U.S. jurisdictions (covering ~55% of the U.S. population).
Many rural and suburban communities with outstanding natural assets have become attractive places for telecommuters to locate full time. How can the economic advantages of "zoom towns" benefit all community members?