Planning and Public Health Presentations

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On Thursday, June 20, 2013, the ULI Rose Center for Public Leadership, in partnership with the Center for Active Design, hosted a webinar presentation about how planners in Hennepin County, Minnesota and Nashville, Tennessee are drafting policies that integrate public health considerations with land use decisions. Mounting scientific evidence supports a causal relationship between the impacts of design, development patterns, and transportation on community health outcomes. …
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Webinar: Preserving and Repurposing Industrial Land for Economic Development: a review of the challenges and opportunities of redeveloping automotive industrial sites

The ULI Rose Center invites you to attend a webinar presentation about a research study of closed automaker and auto-related manufacturing facilities and the challenges experienced by officials in repurposing the sites for economic development….
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Webinar: Lessons from the Rose Fellowship: the politics of large-scale land use development

As part of the peer-to-peer learning objective for the Rose Center, ULI is pleased to present the first two webinars of a new series, Lessons from the Rose Fellowship. The presentations look at the land use and planning challenges of two Rose Fellowship alumni communities: Nashville, TN (2009-2010) and Sacramento, CA (2010-2011). …
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