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SPOTLIGHT

Green Campus Tour

Guided maps of sustainability initiatives at Temple University

Climate Action Plan

Temple became a signatory of the Presidents Climate Commitment in 2008 and again in 2016.

Annual Report

Find out about Temple’s progress toward a more sustainable future by reviewing our Annual Report

Land Use Planning

School and Department: 
  • Environmental Design, School of
  • Community and Regional Planning
Course Number: 
2166
Category: 
Undergraduate
Semester: 
Fall
Description: 

At the heart and soul of community and regional planning is land use. How we use land and the institutional and legal basis by which we establish and implement land use goals are key elements in how our communities and regions are shaped. This course examines the foundations of land use planning, which begins with an understanding of attitudinal, value, and ethical perspectives of how land resources are used. The range of land use implementation approaches — regulatory, fiscal, incentives, and public investment — are also evaluated. The course additionally discusses the importance of ecological planning and design as prospects for contemporary land use planning to create sustainable communities and regions. Note: This course is not open to students who have taken Geography and Urban Studies 4015(0215)

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