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Planning for Water

CM | 6.25

Look at the strategic points of intervention for water planning and explore the potential of green infrastructure.

Published by American Planning Association, 2011

Format: Streaming Media, 375 minutes


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Locally and globally, the demand for water is outstripping the supply. What are the conflicts over water? Discover the factors driving changes in the ecosystem. What best practices are coming to the surface? Look at the strategic points of intervention for water planning and explore the potential of green infrastructure. What you learn will help bridge the gap between water-resource management and land-use planning.

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Speakers:
Jim Holway, AICP, Joint Venture Program Director, Sonoran Institute; Larry Baker, Senior Fellow, Water Resources Center, University of Minnesota; Dan Tarlock, III, Chicago-Kent College of Law; Betsy Otto, American Rivers; Kelli Sertich, AICP, Moderator, APA Board of Directors, Regulatory Division Manager, Flood Control District of Mariposa Co.; Paul R. Brown, AICP, Executive Vice President, CDM; Jeff Moeller, Water Environment Foundation; Vicki Elmer, University of Oregon; Jeff Loux, Chair, Science, Agriculture and Natural Resources, UC Davis Extension and Adjunct Faculty, UC Davis; Juli Beth Hinds, AICP, Tetra Tech, Chair of APA's APA Environment Energy & Natural Resources Division; Rosey A. Jencks, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission; Valerie I. Nelson, Water Alliance

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