NPC17 Program: 2017 National Planning Conference
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Over the past 15 years, the United States has made strides in creating more urban, livable, and sustainable communities. Has this progress become the new normal for advancing urban places? Or have the impacts been marginal in larger national growth patterns? This session examines and evaluates the accomplishments of regional livable communities programs.
America may be on the precipice of technological and social changes which can substantially alter the planning and management of regions. What are the best local government and regional models for economic progress and innovation in the U.S. towards a more collaborative, evidence based, equitable and sustainable model?
Take an in-depth look at emerging trends in regional planning highlighted in a new PAS Report. Learn how to integrate sustainability principles across a region, expand efforts to engage the public and new partners, and adopt innovative approaches to regional plan implementation.
Business meeting of the division.
Meet with friends, colleagues, and fellow Division members. Come for a great time and enjoy light hor d'oeuvres provided by County Planning and Regional & Intergovernmental Planning Division. Drinks are on your own. This is a free event to attend whenever is most convenient for you to attend. Where: Ben's Kosher Deli, 209 W. 38th St., New York, NY