2018 National Planning Conference

Plenary: Understanding Our Housing Crisis

Monday, September 24, 2018 from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. EDT

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Location: Dolly Madison Room

Housing affordability and other challenges are among the most pressing issues facing planners, policy makers, and local governments. This plenary session will examine the status of housing in the United States, with a close look at housing market trends 10 years on from the Great Recession.

This session will help define the state of housing policy, where we are headed, and what must change to meet today’s crisis. Learn about Planning Home, APA's new multiyear, organization-wide housing initiative.


Session Speakers

Christopher E. Herbert
Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies
Cambridge, MA

Elizabeth Kneebone
UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation
Berkeley, CA