Planning November 2014

Planning November 2014

Planning cover New Planners on the Block

Today's emerging professionals navigate a changing professional landscape. Mary Hammon reports in Planning Practice.

Jail Time

Old facilities are being repurposed into housing and other unexpected uses. By Jon Davis.

Saving the Gulf Coast

Craig Guillot explains how Louisiana is coping with the inevitable. William Heiple offers a sidebar about climate change and brownfields.

Presidential Attics

The library competition is heating up, says Ruth Eckdish Knack.

China Rethinks Urbanization

Donald Johnson reports on a new plan that calls for a policy overhaul.

Office Density Your Zoning Code Never Dreamed Of

More employees are being squeezed into the workplace. Eric Jay Toll measures the results.

Perspectives

A regular column by Executive Director James M. Drinan.

News

Saving habitat, zoning in Houston?

Research You Can Use

Reid Ewing sorts out the fundamentals of cause and effect.

Letters

Have camera, will travel.

Planners Library

Hybrid places, tent cities.

Viewpoint

Better public participation. 

 

Cover: Emerging planning professionals in the workplace. Photo illustration by John Ritter.