Flashback to Cliff Hague's Diaries in Planning 1986-2006

The 2006 World Urban Forum was a significant step on the road to creating a New Urban Agenda. Here is my first hand account from July 2006 of how we went about re-inventing planning.

Thursday, 28 January 2016 12:13

New Zealand's planning system faces change

New Zealand's right-wing minority government is amending the legislation that defines the planning system, to address what it calls problems with "cumbersome planning processes".

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Thursday, 16 April 2015 14:01

Vancouver goes for 100% renewables

Vancouver's city council has voted to source 1005 of its energy needs from renewables. Officials have been asked to report on how to deliver on the policy.

“Cities around the world must show continued leadership to meet the urgent challenge of climate change, and the most impactful change we can make is a shift toward 100% of our energy being derived from renewable sources,” said Mayor Gregor Robertson. “The future of Vancouver’s economy and livability will depend on our ability to confront and adapt to climate change, and moving toward renewable energy is another way that Vancouver is working to become the greenest city in the world.”

For more see http://www.mayorofvancouver.ca/renewable.

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