Kyle Ezell’s “Three Essential Questions for Better Planning” Published by American Planning Association
Knowlton City and Regional Planning Professor of Practice Kyle Ezell’s Planner “Three Essential Questions for Better Planning” was published by American Planning Association.
What if we as planners addressed these intentions directly across all our work by asking three essential, explicit questions?
Who is helped? Who is harmed? Who is missing?
Effectively integrating these questions throughout planning practice can enhance the breadth and depth of our developed professional skills. It can also create opportunities for us to take stronger leadership positions in community conversations around more inclusive decision-making, empowering planners to have even more valuable professional roles.
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