UNBC Student Planners Association is celebrating World Town Planning Day on Wednesday November 7th. The "Meet your future planners!" event is scheduled in a two part series with an initial Pizza & Presentation followed by an Ice Cream Social mingle and networking.
The event will be open to all professionals, students and public. This will be an exciting event for all involved to share their knowledge and network with professionals..
Doors @ 530pm, presentations @ 6pm
Bicycle Transportation Solutions for Healthy Northern Communities
This presentation looks towards the impact winter cycling policies for small rural northern cycling communities, determine the trip satisfaction and motivation of cyclists in both summer and winter months, and aims to build a better understanding the cultural nuances and geographical characteristics of theses communities presenting a growing cycling culture.
Reconciling myself within Environmental Planning: Refining My Thesis and Owning My Resistance
Paneena (Sara-Lynn Harding)
Paneena (Sara-Lynn Harding) will share a brief overview of her master thesis topic within the field of Indigenous Environmental Planning. Paneena’s research interest include Anti-oppressive research, landbased Learning, First Nations Planning, Affordable housing, Traditional Indigenous housing structures, adaptive governance, First Nations policy (on and Off reserve)
Redeveloping the Four Seasons Pool Site through the Lens of Ecological Urbanism
Relocation of the Four Seasons pool creates significant redevelopment opportunity in Downtown Prince George. Sam West presents a design vision and concept for the site through an approach that strengthens ecosystem and human health, livability, and community resilience by reconnecting human and ecological systems