CNU XV Presentations

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Following is a list of sessions from CNU XV. Click on a title for the session description, list of presenters, and archive materials.

(*) Denotes sessions with multimedia content available for download.

Session Title Session Type
A Competitive Agenda for Pennsylvania* Concurrent Session
A Pattern Book for Habitat for Humanity: A Tool for Mixed-Income Neighborhoods* Concurrent Session
Access, Urbanism and the Future of Cities* Concurrent Session
Affordable Housing: The Vitality of Design* Concurrent Session
Beyond Farmland Preservation* Concurrent Session
Beyond the Blue: What's Next for CNU, ITE and the Project for Transportation Reform? Concurrent Session
Big City Zoning Concurrent Session
Building Narrow Streets While Accommodating Timely Emergency Response* Concurrent Session
Charter Awards Luncheon Concurrent Session
Details of New Urbanism: Curb to Cupola Round 2 Concurrent Session
Developing Across the Transect in Philadelphia* Concurrent Session
Education Lunch: Contributed Scholarly Papers Session* Concurrent Session
Form Based Codes: Significant Work in Progress* Concurrent Session
Friday Evening Plenary; Regionalism: the Third Layer of New Urbanism* Plenary
Friday Morning Plenary* Plenary
Globalizing New Urbanism: It's a Big World Out There* Concurrent Session
Green, Fair, and Fun: Local Living Economies Concurrent Session
Implementing Form-Based Codes* Concurrent Session
Incorporating New Urbanism into Comprehensive Plans* Concurrent Session
Is Small the New Big? New Trends in a Slowing Building Industry* Concurrent Session
K-12 Schools and Urban Living: Are They Compatible?* Concurrent Session
LEED For Neighborhood Development Working Session* Concurrent Session
Location, Location, Location: True Affordability Measurement Gives an Old Saw New Bite* Concurrent Session
Looking Beyond LEED For Neighborhood Development* Concurrent Session
Louisiana Speaks: Pattern Book and Toolkit Concurrent Session
Managing Walkable Urbanity* Concurrent Session
Mississippi Planning: The Gulf's Response to New Urbanist Codes, Plans, and Housing* Concurrent Session
Mr. DOT Secretary, Tear Down this Wall* Concurrent Session
Multiway Boulevards: Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow* Concurrent Session
New Initiatives Forum* Concurrent Session
New Urbanism & The Old City Concurrent Session
New Urbanism 101* Concurrent Session
New Urbanism and Comprehensive Plans* Concurrent Session
New Urbanism for All: Meeting the Affordability Challenge Concurrent Session
New Urbanism in Latin America* Concurrent Session
New Urbanist Work in New Orleans Concurrent Session
Oil and Gas Update by James Howard Kunstler* Concurrent Session
Opening Night Reception and Plenary* Plenary
Piloting Forward: LEED For Neighborhood Development* Concurrent Session
Press and New Urbanism Engaging media: If We’re So Smart, Why Don’t Reporters and Editors Always Agree with Us?* Concurrent Session
Putting Traffic in Its Place: Using the New CNU/ITE Manual* Concurrent Session
Retail Along the Transect: Getting It Right in Urban Environments* Concurrent Session
Saturday Evening Plenary* Plenary
Saturday Morning Plenary* Concurrent Session
Stormwater Management for Urbanists* Concurrent Session
The Battle Over the Public Realm: Fighting for Civic Life in Privatized Streets and Parks* Concurrent Session
The Detroit Sessions Part I: Downtown Development Strategies* Concurrent Session
The Detroit Sessions Part II: Detroit Developers and Their Projects* Concurrent Session
The Mythical Parking Shortage: Managing Supply and Demand* Concurrent Session
The Other Illness* Concurrent Session