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"The Delaware Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee has been assessing the potential future impacts of sea level rise on Delaware and will be holding five public engagement sessions over the course of the month of November. Each session will feature informative presentations, displays staffed by subject matter experts and committee members, and opportunities to provide comments and feedback. Additional information, including a full list of the dates, times, and locations of the public engagement sessions, is available online. For those unable to attend in person, copies of the presentations, displays, and handouts from the sessions will be available online by November 15th.”
Delaware Natural Resources

Urban planning apps. Yay or nay?


Great video by Jennifer Cowley: “City and regional planners are always looking for new ways to engage with the public. Increasingly the public are using their smartphone apps to engage with cities. This pecha kucha highlights a variety of apps and their potential for engaging with the public in planning processes.”

(via thenextweb)