CNU 18 Rewind: Partnering to Support Sustainable Communities

Watch HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Speak at CNU 18 For Free

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We know you've been waiting eagerly for another free webcast featuring a highlight from CNU 18, so here you go. This month's flick captures an unforgettable moment in recent CNU history -- this summer's impressive speech by Shaun Donovan, the 15th U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Building on the visionary leadership he provided in overseeing a housing sector ravaged by market shock, Donovan brought to the Congress an important and welcome message about the elimination of government silos and the removal of policy barriers in order to make neighborhoods more walkable, connected and diverse -- all at a tremendous value to the economy. Listen as he discusses CNU's role in planning reforms that are influencing federal policy and as he makes news by reporting that criteria from the LEED for Neighborhood rating system (created through a partnership of CNU, NRDC and USGBC) will be used in all future HUD grant application reviews.

Watch now:
http://tinyurl.com/cnu18shaundonovan

CNU 18 Webcasts

Almost every ticketed and non-ticket session from CNU 18 is available online for viewing. If you attended the conference, you're eligible for access to the all the non-ticketed session as well as any 202 sessions you attended. So if you haven’t taken the time to log in and gain access to this fine resource, do so now.  CNU members who didn't attend the Congress can access sessions at discounted prices.

Login note: Everyone who registered for CNU 18 should have received a message with a code to enable viewing of webcasts. If you haven't seen your code, check your inbox (look for "your complimentary code" in the subject line) or e-mail intern@cnu.org to have it sent to you again. Please specify whether you're retrieving codes for non-ticketed sessions, 202s or both.

The CNU 18 webcast library is made possible through support of Green Street Properties. Photo remix from original by Michael Kesler via Flickr.