Carol D. Barrett, FAICP is the author of Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners
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Carol Barrett started thinking and writing about ethics the first time she was ordered to do something illegal as a newly minted planning director in 1983. Since then she has spent time researching, writing, and teaching about planning ethics from the point of view of the practicing planner. She is a regular guest speaker at conferences and in classrooms around the country. She identifies "planning ethics" as her hobby when filling out questionnaires.
Ask the Ethicist: Conflict of Interest and Constitutional Rights
Planetizen resident ethicist Carol D. Barrett, FAICP, images a scenario that highlights the distinction between citizen and planner, and where sometimes it's inappropriate to cross the line between the two.
Ask the Ethicist: Making Room in the Development Review Pipeline for Social Justice
The latest installment of Planetizen's "Ask the Ethicist" series features the advice of our resident expert: Carol D. Barrett, FAICP, author of "Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners."
Ask the Ethicist: What to Do When You Hear Internal Alarm Bells
The first in a new series by Planetizen: "Ask the Ethicist," featuring the advice of our resident expert: Carol D. Barrett, FAICP, author of "Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners."