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Geodesign: Using Data Transparency and Community Voices for Enhanced Land-Use Planning
Land use planning for the future needs to embrace the latest technologies and tools, as well as how to grasp all the data available about places (without being overwhelmed!). New changes in geospatial tools and technologies enables a shift from data-overload towards data sensibility. Geodesign, rooted in decades of refinement, is a place-based planning process that joins values-laden creative problem solving with geospatial data in a collaborative approach. This webinar will provide information on Geodesign work that can guide stakeholders to a consensus vision for the future through the process of collaboration and negotiation that is enlivened by geospatial technologies that visualize scenario alternatives in real time.
Speakers: Kelleann Foster, David Goldberg, Jesse Suders. Moderator: Peter Wulfhorst.
1.25 CM credits available through the American Planning Association.