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Hear from members of the Placemaking Leadership Forum report on discussions held at the International Project for Public Spaces conference, convened in Vancouver BC September 14-17th. Topics will include: place-led development strategies, models for placemaking campaigns, consideration of transformative agendas aligned with 1) the recent COP21 agreement which identifies concrete actions that leaders need to take in order to their cities carbon neutral and 2) the New Urban Agenda—a document outlining guidelines and goals of urban development over the next two decades. How do we build stronger communities and create healthier, happier people-focused places?
Project for Public Spaces (PPS) is the central hub of the global Placemaking movement, connecting people to ideas, expertise, and partners who share a passion for creating vital places.
Friends of Waterfront Seattle is the not-for-profit stewart of a civic project that will transform Seattle’s central waterfront from Pioneer Square to Belltown. It includes rebuilding the Elliott Bay Seawall, removing the Alaskan Way Viaduct, and constructing a park plan designed by james corner field operations, reunite us with our waterfront and celebrate our identity as a waterfront city.