Summer 2013 Issue: Planning for Equity
Carolina Planning – the oldest student-run planning publication in the country – seeks to bridge the gap between urban planning professionals and academics, with the goal of providing original articles, case studies, interviews of relevance and interest to both audiences. Carolina Planning is associated with the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is distributed widely throughout North Carolina and the nation.
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.
Topics may include, but are not limited to: defining equity; responsible redevelopment; equitable disaster planning; increasing access to food sources, housing and transportation; equity in the built environment; neighborhood stabilization; fair lending practices; environmental equity; and how planners apply the equity principal from the APA’s Code of Ethics into their daily practice.
No longer accepting submissions for 2013 issue