Fwd: Sustainability Roundtable #3, Sprawl and Land Use, May 5th, 10am-12pm, San Francisco
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Subject: Sustainability Roundtable #3, Sprawl and Land Use, May 5th,
Redefining Progress and the San Francisco Foundation
Present Sustainability Roundtable Session 3:
S P R A W L and Sustainability: Land Use and the New
Sprawl is a major challenge to planning and sustainability
efforts in metropolitan areas throughout the US, and
particularly in California. Current land use and tax
policies in tandem with the tight economy will increase
municipalities' dependence on land use for revenue.
As planners, residents, and workers address historical
inequities, new budget realities are likely to exacerbate
the historical inequities that have so shaped our cities.
Our Roundtable will provide a forum for professionals
to tease out the core tensions surrounding urban sprawl
in the context of creating a more sustainable and equitable
Invited Presenters Include:
Carl Anthony, Ford Foundation
Tom Jones, California Futures Network
Sunne McPeak, Bay Area Council
Antonio Diaz, PODER
Moderator: Michel Gelobter, Redefining Progress
Monday, May 5th, 2003
10am - 12pm
James Irvine Foundation Conference Room
One Market Plaza
Steuart Tower, Suite 2500
San Francisco, CA 94105
(Near Embarcadero BART Station, on the corner of Market
For security reasons, the James Irvine Foundation has
requested we provide a list of attendees ahead of time.
Please RSVP to: Ani Gupta (510) 444-3041 x310, or to
You are welcome to RSVP the day of the event by calling
(510) 282-1309. There will also be an
RP representative greeting people at the door.
Light refreshments will be served.
Join us afterwards for a brown bag lunch in the Embarcadero
Center/Justin Hermann Plaza.
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