AICP Certification Maintenance Program to Include Equity Requirement
Two new mandatory topic areas will be required of AICP members to maintain professional certification.
How Has COVID-19 Impacted Planners?
The pandemic has affected all of us in big and small ways. A park planner shares how his professional and personal lives have changed as a result of the coronavirus.
Sunday Fun: What's a Collective Noun for a Group of City Planners?
Stephen Quinn, host of CBC Radio One's popular morning show The Early Edition, offered a prompt to the Twitterverse last week and inspired plenty of creativity.
Strategic Action for Affordable Housing: How Advocacy Organizations Accomplish Policy Change
Anaid Yerena of the University of Washington, Tacoma writes about a recent article she authored in the Journal of Planning Education and Research.
Bay Area Planner Accosted by Building Security
An extremely problematic encounter occurred last week when a black planner was accosted by security while taking photos of bike racks on the street outside of a luxury building.
The Geography of Planning Work
The metropolitan areas with a lot of planning jobs, the highest paying planning jobs, and a growing number of planning jobs.
Planning and the Public Trust
The Go Cultivate! podcast recently discussed the question of public trust in local government planning.
Self-Driving Cars Still Can't Recognize the Difference Between a Wedding Planner and an Urban Planner
Pundits agree that planners need to prepare for self-driving cars. Self-driving cars still need to prepare for planners.
More Planning Staff Needed to Keep Up With the Amazon Boom in Northern Virginia
The arrival of Amazon's HQ2 facility in Northern Virginia is expected to multiply development investment in the area, requiring more planners to review project proposals.
How the City Planners of Tomorrow Will Differ From City Planners Today
The world is changing, and city planners are changing along with it.
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