Friday, July 22, 2016

Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute seeks panel proposals for 2017 conference themed Creating Inclusive Communities


  
Western Places / Western Spaces Conference
Request for Proposals

What issues are important to you in your work?

The Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute's annual land use conference, Western Places / Western Spaces explores a range of land use, planning, law, and development issues with professionals from around the West and across the country.

At last year's event, we paused to look back at the lessons we've learned over the past 25 years. This year, we're inviting you to submit your session proposals to address how we can put those lessons into practice. 

Western Places/Western Spaces: Creating Inclusive Communities

The theme for the 2017 Western Places/Western Spaces conference,Creating Inclusive Communities, focuses on the challenges and strategies available to cities—large and small—to plan for and build communities in which everyone can thrive.

So what issues matter most in your community?

With cities and towns across the West facing rapid population growth and changing demographics, perhaps it is addressing social equity through urban planning or how to provide enough affordable housing. Denver is looking into an affordable housing fund, following in the footsteps of cities like cities like Seattle. 

Maybe it's fracking, which is certainly a hot issue here in Colorado where a proposed ballot measure would change the setback limits from occupied buildings. Or maybe your community already supports the industry but is dealing with the latest oil and gas bust.

Possibly you are working on issues of mobility, such as making your city more walkable or trying to figure out what the driverless car trend will actually look like.

Or perhaps your work involves land use and conservation and you're dealing with the current wildfire season or working out how to encourage water conservation.

 

 

Request for Proposals
Whatever issues matter to you, we invite you to submit a session proposal to share your challenges and solutions with fellow practitioners. Visit the RMLUI website to learn more about the conference theme and topics, as well as instructions on submitting your proposal.

The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, August 12. Organizers will be notified of the status of their submissions by September 30.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us atrmlui@law.du.edu or 303-871-6319.

We look forward to reading your proposals!

Susan and Lisa 

Susan Daggett
Executive Director
Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute


Lisa Bingham
Program Coordinator
Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute

New to the RMLUI Annual Land Use Conference?
Each year, RMLUI attracts 500 people from the Rocky Mountain West to the University of Denver campus. Now in its 26th year, the conference has become the place for land use and development professionals from private practices, local governments, non-profits, and educational institutes to share knowledge and network.

You can view programs and materials from previous conferences on theRMLUI website.

Videos from the 2016 conference,Examining the Past, Exploring the Future are available to download through the Home Study Program.


Contact Us

www.law.du.edu/rmlui
rmlui@law.du.edu
303-871-6319

 

 


SAVE THE DATE!
6th Annual Carver Colloquium

 


Thursday, September 29, 2016
University of Denver
Sturm College of Law

This year’s event will feature former Colorado Justice and Sturm College of Law Professor Gregory Hobbs and Professor Gary Libecap of the University of California, Santa Barbara debating whether water should continue to be allocated using prior appropriation or if a free market system would be better.




 

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