2012 Annual Conference – Brunswick ME

WHAT A GREAT SUCCESS IT WAS!

Congratulations to the Maine Association of Planners (MAP) who organized the conference for us this year. What a great job you all did!

We are happy to share with you most if not all of the session material below. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 3

Special Bonus Session – Adapting to Change: An Interactive Panel Discussion on Climate Adaptation & Prepardness PART 1
Special Bonus Session – Adapting to Change: An Interactive Panel Discussion on Climate Adaptation & Prepardness PART 2

Thursday, October 4

Keynote Speakers: Paul Farmer (Part 1 & Part 2), Evan Richert
Law and Other Things We Seldom Keep (Part 1 & Part 2)
Trends in Public Participation & Outreach (Part APart B Keypad & Part C Storytelling)
Innovative Environmental Planning: and Stormwater Management (Part 1 & Part 2)
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Brunswick Landing Planning & Redevelopment (Part A & Part B)
PLENARY SPEAKER Paul Farmer
The Changing Business of Planning in Maine
Overcoming the Obstacles: Disaster Recovery
Planning Canada’s Oldest City: Saint John, New Brunswick
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Downtown Brunswick

Friday, October 5

GENERAL SESSION – The Role of Planners: Who do we work for? Mark Eyerman (Part A & Part B)
Municipal Waterfront Planning: A Tale of Two Cities (Lewiston Part A Part B & Part C)  (Burlington)
21st Century Agriculture in Northern New England (Part A, Part B Permaculture, Part C InventoryPart D Ordinance & Part E Test)
Planning Ethics
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Topsham
PLENARY SPEAKER Ed McMahon
Municipal Innovations: Creating and Rebuilding Our Town Centers
Let’s Get Around: Integrating Land Use, Transportation & Energy (Part A & Part B)
Rethinking Energy: Land Use Intensity & Energy Consumption in Small Urban Areas
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Bath – Remnants of the Past, Policy Issues Now

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