UBC School of Community and Regional Planning

7th Annual SCARP Symposium
February 27, 2015 - 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thea Koerner House, UBC Campus
6371 Crescent Road

www.scarpsymposium.ca  We would like to invite you to join us for the School of Community and Regional Planning’s 7th Annual Symposium at the University of British Columbia. On February 27, 2015 the students of the School will be hosting colleagues, professionals and academic guests for Contours and Coastlines: Deconstructing the Pacific Northwest. Our goal is to connect social and economic currents with the legal and physical outcomes: what forces shape the Pacific Northwest and how do these play out across political boundaries as large as nations and as small as property lines?  We hope the event will contribute to a larger discussion on sustainability and question popular visions of our region as an environmental paradise. From evolving trends in indigenous politics and transportation needs, to established issues of climate adaptation and housing affordability, this year’s conference will convene discussions and examine solutions for these challenges facing our region.  

  • Keynotes:
  • Sam Adams: Former Mayor of Portland and current Director of the US Climate Initiative for World Resources International
  • Doug White, J.D.: Director of the Centre for Pre-Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation at Vancouver Island University and former Chief of the Snuneymuxw First Nation.
  • Plus: 10 breakout sessions on a range of planning related topics.
  • PIBC members will earn up to 6.75 Professional Development credits, and can expect to interact with colleagues, students and academics in a day of engaging discussion.
  • REGISTER NOW: www.scarpsymposium.ca    
  • Cost: $99 for Professionals, and $39 for Students
  • Contact: erika.sagert@alumni.ubc.ca