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  • Reflection Reset: Professional Effectiveness in Turbulent Times

    Join Live | Oct. 29 at 12 pm CT - Take a step in developing a reflective practice. Learn how to incorporate reflection and consider the AICP Code of Ethics in practical judgments required of planning professionals. Share your practice in small group breakouts.
    • Richard Willson, FAICP
    #9220762
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • LIVE: APA Design Thinking Series

    We will draw from experiences, leverage knowledge, and tap the creativity of planners in how best to deal with the post-pandemic future. Highlighting what we need to do now to prepare for challenges and seizing opportunities that pandemics have always created in their wake.
    • Thomas Fisher
    #9222762
    CM | 9
  • Inclusive Toolbox: Engagement and Equitable Policy Creation

    Many cities are dealing with how the history of racial and economic segregation has influenced its built environment. Learn from an approach to equitable engagement and policy development before, during and after the pandemic.
    • Alysia Osborne, AICP
    #9215728
    CM | 0.25
  • Building Back Better: Federal Infrastructure Legislation

    Congress and the Biden administration are pursuing infrastructure legislation to transform transportation planning, tackle climate and broadband challenges, and fund critical projects. Discover what's being proposed and whether it will lead to lasting change.
    • Jason Jordan
    #9215778
    CM | 0.75
  • How to Tackle Anti-Racism Planning Practices

    Learn from three city planning directors about the approaches and challenges they have overcome to address inequitable practices and confront inequalities and racism in their communities.
    • Yu Liu, AICP
    • Andrew Trueblood
    • Andrea Durbin
    • Heather Sauceda Hannon, AICP
    • Armando Carbonell, FAICP
    #9215781
    CM | 0.75
  • 'Active' Paths Forward in Equitable Design

    Planners need to address discriminatory practices that have led to structural disadvantages in housing, transportation, education and employment. Using progressive tactics, this presentation will highlight ways to overcome these practices to implement better planning for all.
    • Adolfo Martinez
    • Maisha Tyler
    • Margaret Apperson
    • Edna Ledesma
    • Karlyn Roper
    • Robert Kerns, AICP
    #9215782
    CM | 0.75
  • NPC21 Closing Keynote: Planning for a Sustainable World

    Listen as Jack Dangermond, founder and president of Esri, shares how individuals and organizations can use evidence-based decisions in designing a more sustainable world.
    • Jack Dangermond
    • Mitchell Silver, FAICP
    #9215784
    CM | 0.75
  • Exploratory Scenarios to Prepare for Uncertainty

    Learn how to use exploratory scenario planning, a tool to help you engage with a range of stakeholders and prepare for emerging future trends.
    • Robert Goodspeed, AICP
    • Brett Fusco
    • Heather Sauceda Hannon, AICP
    #9215783
    CM | 0.75
  • Ethics Cases of the Year: 2021

    Ethics is at the core of the certified planner's professional obligation to serve the public interest. Learn from a half-dozen real-life ethics case studies focused on current ethical issues faced by planners.
    • Valerie Hubbard, FAICP
    • Karen Wolf, FAICP
    • Michele Delisfort, AICP
    • James Peters, FAICP
    #9215734
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • Planning for Multigenerational Living & Resilient Communities

    Planners will be challenged to think about livable communities and housing in terms of life course, and to consider emerging data on multigenerational housing during Covid-19 and potential for harnessing multigenerational living for inclusive and pandemic-resilient urbanism.
    • Kate Holmquist, AICP
    • Alan DeLaTorre
    • Stephanie Firestone
    #9215759
    CM | 0.75
  • Zoom Towns: Broadband and the Culture of Connection

    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?
    • Jake Powell
    • Chloe Schaefer, AICP
    • Taylor Stuckert, AICP
    • Sarah Kelly, AICP
    #9215753
    CM | 0.75
  • Inclusive Engagement Strategies

    Public and private sector experts explore how low-tech solutions can be paired with innovative strategies and tools to enhance inclusivity and drive community involvement. Create a balanced, meaningful planning process using pandemic-era scenarios.
    • Tara Olds
    • Rebecca Reyes
    • Amy Livingston
    • Gina Murphy, AICP
    • Karen Hadley, AICP
    #9215751
    CM | 0.75
  • Reimagining Public Spaces and Shared Streets

    COVID-19 enabled communities to implement temporary alterations to public space. Should these changes become permanent? Learn to incorporate a holistic perspective in reviewing COVID planning interventions as part of your planning practice.
    • Irene Figueroa-Ortiz, AICP
    • Matthew Bossler
    • Lian Farhi
    • Jenny Baker
    #9215752
    CM | 0.75
  • The Planner's Role in Addressing Equitable Economic Development

    Too often economic development exacerbates inequities. Learn how to combat histories of racism and inequity by addressing planning work and power dynamics through people- and place-based tools.
    • Victor Rubin
    • Tracy Corley, PhD
    • Katherine Lucas McKay
    • Jessica Garrow, AICP
    • Victoria Mason-Ailey, AICP
    #9215746
    CM | 0.75
  • Confront and Dismantle Discriminatory Workplace Practices

    What is it like to live, work, and seek to thrive in a white, cisgender, straight world as a non-white, non-cis, LGBTQ+ planner? Get an equity focus on professional practices.
    • Chanelle Frazier
    • Chloe Greene
    • Daniel Besinaiz
    • Monica Tibbits-Nutt, AICP
    • Caroline Dwyer, AICP
    #9215745
    CM | 0.75
  • Confronting Power and Privilege

    Learn about a conceptual framework for how power systems in primarily white-led planning, real estate, and design fields affect health equity, and a test a beta action framework to challenge conventional practice.
    • Vedette Gavin
    • Kelly Worden
    • Hanna Osman
    • Erin Ishizaki, AICP
    #9215762
    CM | 0.75
  • NPC21 Opening Keynote: Valerie Jarrett

    Listen as Valerie Jarrett, a champion of equality and opportunity explores the role of planning. Learn how planners can evolve and advance as leaders in the areas of infrastructure, housing, and recovery.
    • Valerie Jarrett
    • Leo Asuncion, AICP
    • Joel Albizo, FASAE, CAE
    #9215731
    CM | 0.75
  • You've Got a Climate Action Plan – Now What?

    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.
    • Michele Paul
    • Neil Angus, AICP CEP
    • Kari Hewitt
    #9215780
    CM | 0.75
  • Implementing a Regional Equity Agenda Approach

    The State of Equity Policy Agenda 2018 provides specific policy actions addressing inequalities and inequities in the Metropolitan Boston region. Learn about the challenges encountered when the agenda was introduced around the region and how they were overcome.
    • Raul Gonzalez
    • Lizzi Weyant
    • Jessie Partridge Guerrero
    #9215777
    CM | 0.75
  • Strategies to Combat Extreme Heat

    Studies show extreme heat causes more deaths in cities than all other weather events combined. Explore the ways that cities all over the globe are addressing urban heat island and building livable cities.
    • Rasmus Astrup
    • Daphne Lundi
    • None None
    • Devanshi Purohit, AICP
    #9215770
    CM | 0.75

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