Carolina Planning, the oldest student-run planning publication in the country, is produced once a year in UNC's Department of City and Regional Planning. Articles selected for the journal are written by academics and practitioners, covering a wide range of topics relevant to today’s planning challenges.
We are now seeking submissions for the 2013 issue which will focus on “Planning for Equity.” The current economic recession has raised concerns about widening disparities in opportunity and wealth.... More »
There is an emerging sense, especially among young practitioners and scholars, that the planning field has lost its agency to incite positive change in our cities and regions. The perceived trivialization of the planning profession originates in large part from a loss of professional identity, authority, and vision... More »
Carolina Planning has published more than 500 original articles, interviews, book reviews, and commentary pieces by academics, practitioners, and planning students. This body of work encompasses... More »
In a time of continuing fiscal constraint, all levels of government are struggling to meet the transportation needs of the public. With greater environmental and social consciousness on the negative impacts of auto-congested highways, citizens are also demanding more thoughtful infrastructure investments... More »
Carolina Planning is published with the generous support of the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association, and the John A. Parker Trust.