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Clear As Mud

2010 Paperback
As both observers of and participants in the creation of the Unified New Orleans Plan, Olshansky and Johnson bring unparalleled detail and insight to this complex story.


Planning for the Unexpected (PAS 531)

2005 Paperback
Planning tools to identify and manage risks related to land use


Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery: Next Generation (PAS 576)

2014 Paperback
This updated manual offers a no-nonsense explanation of the benefits — and limitations — of planning for unpredictable events.


The Ecological Tie: Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory Mobile Tour

Thursday, October 02, 2014, 10:15am Join us for a guided tour of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL), a preeminent international ecological research facility located in the heart of the Elk Mountains. Founded by Dr. John Johnson in Gothic Colorado, in 1928, RMBL has facilitated the research of thousands of students and faculty from around the world. Learn about the mission of RMBL, the continuing ecological research being conducted at the facility and the interface between scientific research and planning policy. Bring sturdy walking shoes. Learning Objectives: 1. History of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. 2. Background of the scientific research being conducted at the Laboratory. 3. Interface between scientific research and planning policy. CM Criteria: 1. a) We all depend on ecosystems to survive and what we learn about these systems today will determine how well equipped future generations will be to make decisions about our world. An understanding of the interface between science and planning policy is critical to decision making. b) This activity is unbiased and non-promotional. c) Soley for educational purposes. 2. a) The leader is a PhD and the Executive Director of RMBl. b) Lecture, followed by question and answer period. c) print outs with background on the laboratory d) consistent with CM credit criteria. 3. a) self –reporting and an opportunity to evaluate content b) point of contact is a representative from local planning office


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Urban Planning and Politics

1997 Paperback
This book shows citizens, professionals, and students how planning can and does serve the public interest through changing the built environment.


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