Join thousandsof planners and allied professionals engaged in building better communitiesin Chicago April 13–17 for APA’s 2013 National Planning Conference—five days of networking, career development, and professional reinvigoration. For the first time, the conference will feature four daylong forums—Research Day, Transportation Day, Law Day, and Neighborhood Day—designed to bring planners and allied professionals together for in-depth conversation on topics of mutual concern.
As always, APA’s National Planning Conference also promises hundreds of sessions and workshops on how planners and others around the globe are working together to tackle our communities’ most pressing issues—from environmental sustainability to economic resiliency. See for yourself how Chicago has extended its rich planning legacy into the 21st century with bold initiatives in such areas as green planning, economic development, and energy-efficient transportation. Strengthen old relationships and forge new ones with peers from around the globe. And leave this vibrant city armed with new techniques, sharper skills, and a bigger perspective to help solve the planning challenges confronting your community.
Visit www.planning.org/conference to browse the full conference program and register today; save when you register by February 14. Full-conference registrants receive deep discounts on all training workshops and, once back home, full access to all PowerPoint presentations recorded at the conference.