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LPI’S DR. WARBACH ON HOW TO BETTER COMMUNICATE ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE

Dr. John Warbach provides insights on climate change and how to better communicate about it from the Building Climate Solutions Conference held in January 2014
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LPI’S PZC TO HOST 2014 SAGINAW BAY WATERSHED CONFERENCE IN JUNE

Building on the successful 2012 conference at which more than 200 participated, this day-long event will focus on tools and strategies for protecting water quality, the critical need for action and the development of the local policies to protect and restore the Saginaw Bay
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LPI’S MARK WYCKOFF AUTHORS ARTICLE ON FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF PLACEMAKING

This Planning & Zoning News article delves into four types of placemaking and features examples of projects and activities in each area, as well as in-depth comparison tables and graphics to help readers select the best approach to meet their objectives.
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LPI PAYS TRIBUTE TO FORMER MSU PROFESSOR, THE LATE DR. RALEIGH BARLOWE: RELEASES FINAL BOOK HE CO-AUTHORED ON LAND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & THE NEW ECONOMY

In his last book, Dr. Barlowe shares a lifetime of experience and teams with two co-authors to invite citizens, leaders and planners to explore new ways of thinking about land in the New Economy
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2013 LPI Year in Review

This year, the Land Policy Institute’s contribution to research and outreach efforts have ranged widely to include such topics as placemaking, regionalism, economic development, water quality in the Great Lakes and venture capital, among others.
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LPI’S PZC HELPED ENGAGE THE PUBLIC IN OCTOBER MMPGS MICHIGAN AVE./GRAND RIVER AVE. DESIGN CHARRETTE

The Charrette focused on visioning for the neighborhoods and properties immediately adjacent to Sparrow Hospital, Frandor and the Meridian Mall in the Lansing Region
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LPI’S PZC TO OFFER MICHIGAN ZONING ADMINISTRATOR CERTIFCATE PROGRAM SPRING 2014

Registration is available for all new/current Zoning Administrators, and private consultants and county planners who consult with local ZAs
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MSU AND MML TEAM AGAIN ON PLACEMAKING INITIATIVES WITH MSHDA

Providing placemaking training, research, planning and policy assistance.
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LPI PUBLISHES SPECIAL REPORT SERIES ON MOVING MICHIGAN FORWARD

National/ state thought leaders share strategies/ recommendations for Michigan on economic development, land use, the environment, urban design, government and social justice
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INGHAM COUNTY LAND BANK AND MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY RELEASE ECONOMIC IMPACT REPORT

Study indicates the Land Bank has a positive impact on neighborhood property values and the local economy
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LPI PARTNERS WITH TCRPC AND OTHERS ON $3M HUD GRANT FOR MID-MICHIGAN

The 3-year grant will fund the Mid-MI Program for Sustainability focusing on regional planning, housing, land use, economic and workforce development, transportation and infrastructure development
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