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Understanding Data Today to Save Tomorrow

Understanding Data Today to Save Tomorrow

March 18, 12 – 1 p.m. CT

Join us live as we explore how planners, as leaders in the community, must look beyond the initial triage response to COVID-19 and develop a robust framework driven by current data to support long-term recovery. CM | 1.0

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  • Understanding Data Today to Save Tomorrow

    Join Live | March 18, 2021 at 12 p.m. CT The pandemic has brought a wide range of responses to help address the immediate impacts on our cities. As leaders in the community, planners must look beyond the initial triage and develop a robust framework driven by current data to support long term recovery.
    • Kevin Hively
    • Stacey Chen, AICP
    • Sarah Kellerman, AICP
    • Scott Page
    #9212171
    CM | 1
  • Nature-Based Solutions for Hazard Mitigation and Community Resilience

    This course focuses on the connection between nature-based solutions and planning processes while providing resources, case examples, and recommendations for action.
    • Johamary Pena
    #9209252
    CM | 1
  • Election 2020: Agenda for Planning and Recovery

    Election 2020 will have a major impact on the direction of the policies, programs, and politics that will shape planning. Learn what the election results mean for you, your work, and your community. Don’t miss your opportunity to ask questions and gain insights and analysis needed to shape planning.
    • Jason Jordan
    • Andrew Goldberg
    #9207947
    CM | 1
  • APA Planning & Law Division

    Sky’s the Limit: Legal Implications for Drones

    As technology continues to advance, drones and other autonomous aircraft present challenges for planners. Our panel of leading experts will present updates on the legal implications and will cover public safety, privacy, and code enforcement issues.
    • Wendie Kellington
    • Monte Mills
    • Richard Stephens
    • Amber Woodburn McNair
    #9204373
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Leading an Equitable Recovery

    Maurice Jones, CEO of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and former Deputy Undersecretary of HUD, shares his perspective on addressing housing and economic development with an inclusive approach.
    • Maurice Jones
    • Silvia Vargas, FAICP
    #9205142
    CM | 0.75
  • Infrastructure Policy Now

    Infrastructure leaders examine how today’s trends are reshaping infrastructure needs and where state and federal policy, such as the pending transportation reauthorization, is headed.
    • Adelee Le Grand, AICP
    • Rebecca Steckler, AICP
    • Leslie Wollack
    • Alissa Torres, FAICP
    #9205137
    CM | 0.75
  • The Future of Transit

    Public transit agency leaders and industry experts explore key trends and offer insights into the innovations that can ensure transit helps communities thrive. How can transit evolve and adapt to new circumstances, and what should policymakers do to help?
    • Nuria Fernandez
    • Steven Higashide
    • Tom Pera
    • Whit Blanton, FAICP
    #9205141
    CM | 0.75
  • The Future of Zoning

    Zoning reform is being touted as a tool to address housing affordability and social equity. Experts look at the state of zoning policy around the country, including details of new actions in Portland, Oregon.
    • Emily Hamilton
    • Robert Liberty
    • Deborah Lawlor, FAICP
    #9205146
    CM | 0.75
  • NEPA Now: Federal Environmental Regulation Changes

    Regulations for federal environmental reviews under NEPA have undergone the most sweeping changes in a generation. Discover what the changes mean for planning practice and what’s next for a range of federal environmental regulations.
    • Sharon Buccino
    • Allison Rumsey
    • Susan Wood, FAICP
    #9205140
    CM | 0.75
  • Mobility in the COVID Era

    Bringing a perspective from local and federal government and a leading private sector mobility company, Anthony Foxx discusses trends shaping the future of mobility, the impact of the pandemic on the infrastructure we need, and how to plan for it.
    • Anthony Foxx
    • Kurt Christiansen, FAICP
    #9205135
    CM | 0.75
  • Tackling the Climate Crisis

    Climate policy is heating up in Washington. Find out how the federal climate and resiliency agenda is changing, what lies ahead, and new roles for a planning-led approach to climate change policy.
    • Samantha Medlock
    • Kara Kempski
    • Daniel Reuter, FAICP
    #9205139
    CM | 0.75
  • State Housing Policy in 2021

    State legislatures across the country have been focusing on the housing crisis. Experts discuss the politics of state housing policy, what planners should expect, and how they can influence the debate.
    • Sara Patenaude
    • Del. Ibraheem Samirah
    • Nicholas Maricich
    #9205148
    CM | 0.75
  • What's Next for Federal Housing Policies and Programs

    Federal housing policy is critical for short-term recovery and relief and essential for longer-term needs of housing affordability, availability, and opportunity.
    • Daria Daniel
    • Mike Kingsella
    • Angela Brooks
    #9205147
    CM | 0.75
  • Recovery Roundtable: Featuring Deputy Mayors

    Deputy mayors discuss the state of local government, the role of planning, and how they are working towards a better recovery.
    • Samantha Harkins
    • James Hardy
    • Wendy Moeller, FAICP
    #9205136
    CM | 0.75
  • Congressional Insights 2020

    Congress has critical unfinished business, including the expiration of surface transportation legislation, spending bills, and support for economic recovery. Members of Congress provided the latest details on these issues and the state of federal policy for infrastructure and policies affecting communities.
    • Representative Steve Stivers (R-OH)
    • Representative Dina Titus (D-NV)
    • Leo Asuncion, AICP
    #9205138
    CM | 0.75
  • Economic Outlooks for Planning and Recovery

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the economy and government budgets. Find out the state of the economy, impacts on planning, and what’s ahead for relief and recovery.
    • Michael Pagano
    • Lawrence Yun
    • George Homewood, FAICP
    #9205144
    CM | 0.75
  • Lessons from Chief Community Storytellers

    Stories are an important tool for good, inclusive planning. Cities like Detroit and Denver have developed storytelling programs that support planning, public engagement, and economic development.
    • Rowena Alegria
    • Aaron Foley
    • Liz Lang
    #9205143
    CM | 0.75
  • Confronting the Housing Crisis

    Today’s political, economic, and social landscape makes housing planning and policy more challenging and more important. Take an in-depth look at the politics of housing and how language, stories, and engagement can help promote housing opportunity.
    • Dr. Tiffany Manuel
    • Conor Dougherty
    • Kurt Christiansen, FAICP
    #9205145
    CM | 0.75
  • COVID-19 & the Future of Planning

    The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted how we live, work, play, and move around our communities. It also has changed how planners think about and prepare for the future, while navigating the impacts of social inequity.
    • Petra Hurtado, PhD
    • Johamary Pena
    #9204240
    CM | 1.50
  • APA Planning & Law Division

    Housing for Diversity: Ending Segregation Through Zoning

    Limiting zoning districts to homes occupied by the historical definition of “family” contained in zoning codes has encouraged residential segregation and housing unaffordability. This course examines existing laws and offers suggestions for how zoning might be tweaked to respond to many of the changing norms of the American family.
    • Brian Connolly
    • Sara Bronin
    • Lisa Alexander
    • Kellen Zale
    #9202389
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50

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