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    • Zoning, Takings and Water Resources

      Zoning to protect water resources can lead to takings claims. Learn how a community applied zoning regulations to protect its shoreline and won a Supreme Court takings case – and how you can build those principles into your zoning regulations.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Kevin Grabau
      • Ellen Denzer
      #9155466
      CM | 1.50
      L | 1.50
    • Water Decision-Support Tools for Planners

      Planners increasingly rely on place-based information from decision-support tools to better understand impacts of water-related events on communities. Learn from experts in the federal, NGO, and private sectors on using tools to address drought, coastal inundation, and water quality.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Nicholas Schmidt
      • Amy Cotter
      • David Harlan
      #9155413
      CM | 0.75
    • Linking Water and Land-Use Planning

      Got water? Need to guide growth and ensure resilient supply? States are passing innovative legislation, and local jurisdictions are acting to ensure their supplies are reliable and resilient. Learn about innovative approaches to integrating water and land-use planning.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Erin Rugland
      • Anne Miller, AICP
      • Brad Hill
      • Pete Parkinson, AICP
      #9155385
      CM | 1.25
    • Planning for Water

      Hear from the authors of a recently released PAS report on the topic about best practices and innovations in water and planning, and get advice about water and planning in your city or county.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Jennifer Graeff, AICP
      • William Cesanek, AICP
      • Thomas Daniels
      #9155373
      CM | 1
    • Water- and Land-use Planning Relationships

      Though there are interrelationship between water demand and land use, our knowledge about these relationships is limited. Learn about recent research that has begun to better define this relationship and challenge preconceived beliefs.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Maureen Hodgins
      • Douglas Frost, AICP
      #9155436
      CM | 1
    • Comprehensive Planning and Green Stormwater Infrastructure

      How can green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) shape recommendations and help planners implement a comprehensive plan? Learn how the planning process guides the location and design of GSI. The Philadelphia2035 plan and the city's "Green City, Clean Waters" program provide answers.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Joseph Nixon, AICP
      • Ashley Richards
      • Martine Decamp, AICP
      #9155350
      CM | 1.25
    • Innovative Stormwater Management in Washington, DC

      Washington is a hub of innovative stormwater management approaches, from ground-level green infrastructure and landscape design to top-level policy like stormwater retention credit trading. Session will discuss implementation of these cutting-edge approaches at the water utility, local, and federal levels.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Nicholas Bonard, AICP
      • Brian Van Wye
      • Bethany Bezak
      • Russell Clark
      #9155263
      CM | 1.25
    • Meeting Water Needs: People and Environment

      An examination of water planning process at state, regional, and local levels with discussions of the challenges and successful strategies for local government implementation. Examples from water supply, environmental water quality, and comprehensive drinking water system planning are provided.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Brian Sayrs
      • Melissa Dickens, AICP
      • Abraham Bruckman, AICP
      #9155240
      CM | 1.25
    • Planning and Urban Water Management

      What tools and strategies should you be using to integrate land-use planning and urban water management in your community? This session presents the results of two recent groundbreaking studies on this topic. Case examples from both studies showcase project-specific best practices.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Philip Stoker
      • William Cesanek, AICP
      • Shelby Sommer, AICP
      • Becky Fedak
      #9155169
      CM | 1.25
    • Water for Our Cities: A Collaborative Approach

      The water issues face by communities — whether cities, suburbs, or rural areas — are quite similar despite scale. New York, Seattle, and San Francisco (all of which have unfiltered water supplies) have a tradition of collaborating in the field of watershed planning. Learn about the synergy achieved by this collaboration.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Suzanne Flagor
      • Timothy Ramirez
      • Ira Stern
      #9156663
      CM | 0.75
    • Integrated Water Management – What Is It and How Can It Benefit Your Community and River?

      2016
      by: Theresa Connor, Lynn Broaddus
      This webinar provides a detailed overview of Integrated Water Management.
    • One Water Webinar: One Water Implementation: A Path to Reliability and Resiliency for Water Utilities

      2017
      by: Cindy Paulson, Wing Tam
      This webinar encourages utilities to adopt the One Water approach to achieve overall efficiency in the water sector.
    • Sewage Pollution as a Catalyst for Integrated Water Management – Creating Multiple Benefits for Your Community and River

      2016
      by: MaryLynn Lodor, Chris Sturm
      This webinar focuses on combined sewer overflow as a driver of integrated water management through examples of communities in Ohio and New Jersey.
      New Jersey
    • One Water Webinar: Advancing Partnerships for Healthy Watersheds

      2016
      by: Carol Collier, FAICP, Jason Pierce
      This webinar discusses how communities in Delaware and Texas have successfully advanced watershed partnerships through strategic collaboration and goal-setting.
      Texas
    • Integrated Water Management from City to Watershed

      2016
      by: Jonathan Rothschild, Kevin Shafer
      This webinar addresses the innovative integrated water management approaches undertaken by the communities of Tucson, Arizona and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
      Milwaukee, WI
    • Introduction to Integrated Water Management for Cities

      2016
      by: Theresa Connor, George Hawkins
      This webinar focuses on how cities can introduce integrated water resource management practices in their work with case study of Colorado and the District of Columbia.
      Columbia district, VA
    • One Water Webinar: Fostering Climate Resiliency with Integrated Water Resource Management

      2016
      by: Radhika Fox
      This webinar discusses how communities in Denver and New Orleans are utilizing integrated water management strategies to build resiliency and sustainability.
      New Orleans, LA
    • Integrated Water Management and The City Agenda

      2016
      by: Howard Neukrug, Tom Rhoads
      This webinar explores how Philadelphia and Onondaga County, NY, are connecting Integrated Water Management to broader agendas and providing benefits to all through improved recreation, job creation, and more.
      Philadelphia, PA
    • Strengthening Flood Resilience Through Integrated Water Management

      2016
      by: Brad Klamer, Steve Hershner
      This webinar focuses on building flood resilience by using integrated water management practices and discussing example of two different utilities, the City of Cedar Rapids and the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans.
      New Orleans, LA
    • One Water Webinar: Thriving Cities Tackle One Water Management

      2017
      by: Christine Knapp, Adria Finch
      This webcast discusses the innovative approaches both the City of Philadelphia and City of Syracuse are taking to advance one water solutions in their regions.
      Philadelphia, PA
    • Water Scarcity as a Catalyst for Integrated Water Management – Creating Multiple Benefits for Your Community and River

      2016
      by: Michael , John Scarpulla
      This webinar focuses on limited water resources as a driver of integrated water management through examples of communities in Washington and California.
      California
    • Net Blue Webinar Part 1: Supporting Water-Neutral Community Growth

      2017
      by: Mary Ann Dickinson, Adam Schempp, Katherine Baer
      This webinar provides an overview of the Net Blue ordinance worksheet developed by the Alliance for Water Efficiency.
    • Net Blue Webinar Part 2: Office Hours

      2017
      by: Mary Ann Dickinson, Adam Schempp, Katherine Baer
      This webinar discusses the Net Blue Ordinance Toolkit in detail with the webinar participants.
    • One Water: Coordination Efforts for Sustainable Communities

      This Tuesdays at APA session looked at the shift to the One Water paradigm, including how One Water can increase community resilience, and examined opportunities to improve coordination between planners and water managers.
    • Source Water Protection in the 21st Century

      This Tuesdays at APA-DC panel focused on source water protection tools, resources, and strategies for planners.

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