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September 2019

Improving Energy Efficiency in Existing Residential Buildings

September 18 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Bay Area Metro Center, 375 Beale Street
San Francisco, 94105
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Cost: free
Member Cost: $free

Improving the energy efficiency of existing buildings will be a vital part of addressing climate change. This half-day event will focus on tools local governments can use to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from existing residential buildings, such as climate action plans, benchmarking, time-of-sale ordinances, reach codes, and incentives. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and share ideas with staff from other jurisdictions. This free BayREN Forum is open to all. We anticipate an attendance of

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APA/AEP Networking Happy Hour

September 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Dust Bowl Brewery, 290 Figueroa Street
Monterey, 93940
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Cost: Free
Member Cost: $0

Please join us for a networking happy hour at Dust Bowl Brewery in Monterey. This will be an opportunity to network with your peers. AEP/APA members and non-members are welcome. Appetizers provided; attendees to purchase their own drinks. Contact president@aepmbsv.org or Justin.Meek@cityofwatsonville.org with questions.

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California Environmental Quality Act – Online Course

September 23 @ 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: $425
Member Cost: $425
CM Credits: 17

UC San Diego Extension offers an online course that will review the CEQA process in detail, including its 17 key environmental issue areas. AICP members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity. For a list of additional AICP CM Events at UC San Diego Extension go to American Planning Association. CM | 17 | CM | 1 | Law

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APA Webinar: Regenerative Urban Developments Are Changing Planning

September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Cost: Free
CM Credits: 1.5

This Webinar focuses on the current sustainability planning predicament: sustainability-planning-as-usual may not produce sustainability in time as the accelerating trends close the window of opportunity. Yet, planning and planners can make a critical contribution to success. The session panelists share and discuss their research and studies on projects in San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Ottawa, Canada, and other cities. These multiple projects are pursuing certifications such as Living Community Challenge (Sacramento Valley Station Master Plan), One Planet (Zibi Community, Ottawa,

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October 2019

Outside-the-Box Housing Solutions for Disadvantaged Communities

October 3 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
GHD Office, 2235 Mercury Way, Suite 105
Santa Rosa, 95407
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Cost: $15
Member Cost: $0
CM Credits: 1

This lunchtime event explore how the opportunity/idea came to be, challenges in implementing the projects, and lessons learned. Featured projects and speakers include: Veterans Village in Santa Rosa (Paula Cook, Executive Director Community Housing Sonoma County and Sonoma County Planning Commissioner); Park Village Community in Sebastopol (Kari Svanstrom, Sebastopol Planning Director); Palms Inn in Santa Rosa (Akash Kalia, Santa Rosa Planning Commissioner). Lunch will be provided. 1 AICP CM Credit Pending

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ACTA NON VERBA – URBAN FARM TOUR

October 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Acta Non Verba Farm, 1001 83rd Ave. Oakland, CA (on the corner of 83rd & E St.)
Oakland, CA, 94621
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Cost: FREE
CM Credits: 1.5

Come tour the Acta Non Verba urban farm in East Oakland with APA Diversity and learn about how this organization addresses the issues of "education, child care, economic empowerment, and access to green, safe spaces and healthy food" in the community. This is a FREE event however registration is required to help the farm understand tour attendance. Following the tour is a Community Work Day that is open to the public and for tour attendees participation. Info about Acta Non

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APA Webinar: Integrating Urban and Regional Sustainability Planning

October 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Cost: free
CM Credits: 1.5

Habitat III, in 2016 in Quito, Ecuador, introduced the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and was important to planners in the US and internationally for presenting the New Urban Agenda (NUA) through SDG 11. SDG 11 in turn was influenced by APA and other planning organizations who provided their input to the NUA through their white paper, The City We Need. The session will describe and compare how different US and international planning organizations and initiatives address the integration of

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November 2019

Free Private Tour of SF Library’s Historic Maps

November 12 @ 6:00 am - 7:30 pm
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco History Center at the San Francisco Public Library (Skylight Gallery)
San Francisco, 94102
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Cost: Free
Member Cost: $0.00
CM Credits: 0.00

Calling all map lovers! Come geek out with us at the rare books and historic maps room in the San Francisco Public Library. We will be hearing from Librarian and Archivist, Tom Carey and come face to face with historic maps of San Francisco, the city's first general plan, early street grids and trolley routes, the alternative city plan proposed by Daniel Burnham, and more! Get your free ticket now - max 25 RSVP!

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