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Planning October 2019 cover

October 2019

In October's cover story, planners are on the front lines as communities fight against environmental injustice in communities of color. Learn key takeaways on effectively conveying messages to non-planning audiences. Planning also shares four trends in virtual reality as it redefines the planning and design process.

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Justice for All?

Adina Solomon examines the role of planners and land-use policies in redressing systemic environmental injustice in communities of color.

Make It, Springfield

A collaborative workspace spearheaded by a nearby university is breathing new life into a Massachusetts legacy city. Story by Michael DiPasquale.

Cross Talk

In this Business of Planning installment, planner Linda McIntyre offers some advice on communicating planning to nonplanners.

Virtual Horizons

Four trends in immersive technologies are redefining the planning and design process, Becky Zimmermann and Anna Dillé report. PLUS: Case Study: The multiple scales of using VR.

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