The Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division studies metropolitan, regional, state, and national planning and ways to promote cooperation among them.
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The division's newsletter deals with such issues as taxation, public works, national strategic planning, and regional cooperation.
|Is Your State Resilient? Planning for Climate Change|
April 11, 2014
Hosted by National Collaborative of State Planners
Registration is now open for the free webinar, Is Your State Resilient? Planning for Climate Change.
The webinar focuses on plans, policies and laws that address the impacts of climate change on the state level. Presenters include climate change policy experts from California, Maryland and Florida sharing their work on how forward-thinking state policies can alleviate the impacts of climate change.Learn more