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ABOUT THE P4T PROJECT

Planners for Tomorrow (P4T) is a year-long, internet-supported dialogue that will result in a two-day forum at the UBC School of Community.

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ABOUT THE P4T FORUM

The year-long P4T Dialogue will culminate in the P4T Forum.

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About The P4T Project

How can planners accelerate ideas into action for urban sustainability?

  • Who should be the planners for the cities of tomorrow?
  • What should be their knowledge, skills and attitudes?
  • How should the capabilities of planners for tomorrow be developed?

Planners for Tomorrow (P4T) is a year-long, internet-supported dialogue that will result in a two-day forum at the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) June 14-16, 2006.

The P4T Forum will be held immediately before the World Planners Congress (June 17-20) and the U.N. World Urban Forum (June 19-23). The Forum will be the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Planning Students (CAPS), which on this unique occasion is inviting participation by students from planning schools across North America and around the world.

The ongoing dialogue is facilitated by SCARP students and seeks to engage participation by planning students, academics and practitioners from around the world.

The goal of the P4T Dialogue and two-day forum is to generate recommendations from students to the World Planners Congress (WPC) and the World Urban Form (WUF) on Planners for Tomorrow.

About The P4T Project

How can planners accelerate ideas into action for urban sustainability? Who should be the planners for the cities of tomorrow? What should be their knowledge, skills and attitudes? How should […]

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About The P4T Forum

The year-long P4T Dialogue will culminate in the P4T Forum, to be hosted at the University of British Columbia, June 14-16, 2006. It will be the annual meeting of theCanadian […]

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Ways To Join In

Get started: Register for a free username on the P4T Dialogue pages. Log in and introduce yourself and your interests, ask a question or start a discussion thread. Contribute Ideas […]

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Resources

Pool your resources: Organize small skills-building workshops in your community to get everyone in on the Planners for Tomorrow dialogue. Make them as high- or low-tech as you want: community […]

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Food Policy Course

Project Title: Food Policy Course Description: Urban poverty and hunger, urban containment and the preservation of agricultural land, local economic development via food production and processing, the role of zoning […]

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