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2014 OKAPA Annual Conference
“Planning for a More Resilient
University of Oklahoma
October 2-3, 2014
Among other topics, the 2014 Conference will be celebrating the
resiliency of Oklahoma communities in the wake of severe weather.
Additionally, land use law expert John Nolon will
speak about the legal aspects of hydrofracturing.
PLANNING FOR A
MORE RESILIENT OKLAHOMA
Call for Presenters
The Oklahoma Chapter of the American Planning
Association (OKAPA) will convene in Norman in October 2014 for the annual
conference. We invite you to share your experiences with local, state, and
federal officials, industry leaders, consultants, and other interested parties
by presenting a paper relevant to our theme, “Planning for a More Resilient
Oklahoma” with a focus on our environment. We are particularly interested
in sessions related to: planning for natural hazards like drought, tornados,
earthquakes, fires, extreme weather, and planning with indigenous knowledge.
Submission of presentations on topics outside this theme are also welcome.
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