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Master Planning: Moving Toward a Sustainable City

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The focus of this two-day program is on developing a broader understanding of how the master planner’s skills contribute to achieving sustainable urbanism. Presentations and discussions will consider the environmental, economic, and social issues that are central to realizing sustainable solutions and the varying scales at which each must be addressed. The sessions will provide the perspective of a range of professionals including planners, urban designers, economists, naturalists, information system designers, and developers who are working together to achieve progress.

Instructors: David Hirzel, Frederick Merrill, Dennis Pieprz, Tony Fettes, and Brie Hensold, Sasaki Associates, Watertown MA; Armando Carbonell, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge MA; Gayle Farris, GB Farris Strategies Inc., Boston MA; Matthew J. Kiefer Esq., Goulston & Storrs, Boston MA; John Madden, University of British Columbia; Jeff Maki, Intersection, New York NY; Hunter Morrison, III, Director, Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency, Cleveland OH; Patrick L. Phillips, Urban Land Institute, Washington DC; Bill Reed, Regenesis, Arlington MA.

14 CEUs

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