1. Make (urban) planning accessible.
2. Explore planning’s connection with other fields such as education, environmental policy, public health, and practically most issues.
3. Improve access and flow of data.
4. Cultivate additional angles of thought and points of view.
5. Stimulate public participation and civic responsibility.
1. Cool and interesting infographics that I probably did not produce myself.
2. Public documents.
3. Useful and productive programs and tools.
Planning Jargon will strive to not be political, purposely avoiding certain topics. Politics, however, are fair game since most aspects of planning deal with governance, the realm of decision-making, and ingrained bureaucracy.
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Also, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time as I come to learn more and develop my understanding about the things and issues that I am blogging about. This blog just provides a snapshot of the knowledge, views, and opinions that I hold at a particular point of time and these might most probably change over a period of time.
This policy is subject to change at anytime.
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Additional Note: All photos are by PJ, unless stated otherwise.
[photo via Sebastian Niedlich (Grabthar)]
Updated: 6 February 2015