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Posted By Administration, Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Welcome to our newest Internet home. As the official journal of the ACSP, we can think of no better place than the new ACSP website to present and converse around the contents of the Journal of Planning and Education and Research. After all, the research and pedagogy articles published in JPER represent not only the hard work of the authors, but also the collaborative efforts of a wider community that teaches, mentors, reviews, listens, shares, attends conferences, asks questions and all else that goes into an academic planning career. Through this new blog we hope to engage with an ACSP membership that brings together this community of planning educators, researchers, and students.

For starters, we will use this space to announce the contents of new issues and present newly published research and pedagogy. However we have ideas to expand into original commentaries, teaching ideas, and remembrances, both from ourselves and from guest bloggers. We also want to hear your thoughts for how we can best use this newly created space. You can use the comments feature below to contribute your ideas. We look forward to growing this space together with the ACSP community.

Sincerely,

The JPER team

 

Table of Contents: September 2016 Issue on Climate Adaptation

The current issue of JPER addresses the challenges of planning in the face of climate change. This is the final issue edited by a wonderful team consisting of co-editors Subhrajit Guhathakurta and Nancey Green Leigh from the Georgia Institute of Technology, managing editor Luci Yamamoto, and editorial assistant Thomas Douthat.

Table of Contents
September 2016; 36 (3)

Subhrajit Guhathakurta and Nancey Green Leigh
Report from the Editors
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Symposium on Planning for Climate Adaptation

Philip R. Berke and Mark R. Stevens
Land Use Planning for Climate Adaptation: Theory and Practice
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Daniele J. Spirandelli, Tiffany R. Anderson, Roberto Porro, and Charles H. Fletcher
Improving Adaptation Planning for Future Sea-Level Rise: Understanding Uncertainty and Risks Using a Probability-Based Shoreline Model
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Shakil Bin Kashem, Bev Wilson, and Shannon Van Zandt
Planning for Climate Adaptation: Evaluating the Changing Patterns of Social Vulnerability and Adaptation Challenges in Three Coastal Cities
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William H. Butler, Robert E. Deyle, and Cassidy Mutnansky
Low-Regrets Incrementalism: Land Use Planning Adaptation to Accelerating Sea Level Rise in Florida’s Coastal Communities
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Isabelle Anguelovski, Linda Shi, Eric Chu, Daniel Gallagher, Kian Goh, Zachary Lamb, Kara Reeve, and Hannah Teicher
Equity Impacts of Urban Land Use Planning for Climate Adaptation: Critical Perspectives from the Global North and South
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Ingrid Gould Ellen, Jessica Yager, Melinda Hanson, and Luke Bosher
Planning for an Uncertain Future: Can Multicriteria Analysis Support Better Decision Making in Climate Planning?
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Karen Vella, William H. Butler, Neil Sipe, Tim Chapin, and Jim Murley
Voluntary Collaboration for Adaptive Governance: The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact
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Reviews

Kelly J. Clifton
Review: Changing Lanes: Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways
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Paul A. Burton
Review: Confronting Suburban Poverty in America
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Sonia A. Hirt
Review: Contemporary Perspectives on Jane Jacobs: Reassessing the Impacts of an Urban Visionary
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Tim Keogh
Review: The New American Suburb: Poverty, Race, and the Economic Crisis
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Pamela M. Blumenthal
Review: Planning by Law and Property Rights Reconsidered
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Michael Manville
Review: Railtown: The Fight for the Los Angeles Metrorail and the Future of the City
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Rachel S. Franklin
Review: Running the Numbers: A Practical Guide to Regional Economic and Social Analysis
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Robert Brinkmann
Review: Taming Manhattan: Environmental Battles in the Antebellum City
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