UCLA: Transportation + Land Use Strategies in Climate Action Planning


The 2009 Leon Hoffman Urban Technology Symposium

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
8:15 am to 12:45 pm
(Continental breakfast begins 7:30 am)

Japanese American National Museum
Little Tokyo, Los Angeles

   * What is a "Climate Action Plan"?
   * How do local and regional planners implement one?
   * How do environmental, land use, and transportation planners
 incorporate guidelines for climate action planning into practice?
   * What are the requirements?
   * What transportation and land use planning strategies are most promising?

FEATURED SPEAKERS in alphabetical order
Rick Cole, City Manager, City of Ventura

JR DeShazo, UCLA, Professor, School of Public Policy & Director, Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

Madelyn Glickfeld, UCLA, Assistant Director, Institute of the Environment

Stan Hoffman, Stanley R. Hoffman Associates (UP Alumnus)

Tom Holm, Principal/Vice President, Michael Brandman Associates (UP Alumnus)

Cara Horowitz, Professor, Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, UCLA School of Law

Hasan Ikhrata, Executive Director, SCAG

Lezlie Kimura, Air Quality Specialist, Local Government Strategies
Group, California ARB, also, Lead Staff to the Regional Targets
Advisory Commission (RTAC)

Michael Manville, Postdoctoral Fellow, Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

Shannon Parry, Senior Environmental Analyst, Office of Sustainability & the Environment, City of Santa Monica (UP Alumnus)

Ryan Snyder, Ryan Snyder Associates (UP Alumnus)

Joan Sollenberger, Chief, Division of Transportation Planning, Caltrans

Brian D. Taylor, Professor and Chair of Urban Planning and Director of
the Institute of Transportation Studies, UCLA (UP Alumnus)

Woodie Tescher, PBS&J (Architecture Alumnus)

Michael Woo, Commissioner, Los Angeles Planning Commission and Director, Southern California Sustainable Communities Project

Register online now!

 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Thursday, May 21, 2009

Sponsored by

The UCLA Urban Planning Alumni Council
The Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies
The Department of Urban Planning
The Department of Architecture and Urban Design
Southern California Association of Governments



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