Center for New Urbanism (May 2012). Too Much Water, or Too Little? 1.25 hours.  Jonathan Barnett (University of Pennsylvania); Stephanie Bothwell (Urban & Landscape Design); Marcela Camblor-Cutsaimanis (Marcela Camblor & Associates); Daniel K. Slone (McGuireWoods LLP); Lee Sobel (EPA Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation)

Webinar discusses the practical use of landscape techniques, including transects, to address Florida sustainability along with a discussion of the reasonably anticipated sea-level rise issues for the near future in south Florida. For purposes of this session, “landscape” is broadly used to include the site, storm-water management, urban agriculture, green roofs and walls, streams, right-of-ways, parks and green infrastructure.

Center for New Urbanism (May 2012). Rainwater-In-Context. 1.25 hours. Steve Coyle (Town-Green); Dao Doan (Mainstreet Architects + Planners); Jonathan Ford (Morris Beacon Design); Tom Low (Duany Plater-Zyberk); Lisa Nisenson (Nisenson Consulting); Lynn Richards (EPA – Office of Sustainable Communities); Kent Schwendy (Fuss & O’Neill); Brian Teague (Community by Design)

Discussion of CNU’s Rainwater-In-Context-Initiative report tied to Green Infrastructure/LID, Community Design, and Transect stormwater approaches from case studies around the country, including retro-fitting and infill designs.


Presentations From APA Florida Conferences

Real water and wastewater costs and its impact on sound municipal planning (2011)

Urban versus Rural Water Demands (2012)