International Planning Organisations Database

This database includes urban and regional planning agencies, associations, institutes, ministries, societies and universities. The list was originally compiled at the University of Oregon supervised by ISOCARP President Ric Stephens.

If you know of a planning organisation not included yet or noticed errors in the table, please contact us.

100 Resilient CitiesMulti-nationalNGO100 Resilient Cities—Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation (100RC) is dedicated to helping cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.
Aalborg University, School of Architecture, Design and PlanningDKAESOPEDUThe School of Architecture, Design and Planning (SADP) at Aalborg University covers a number of "Make-a-difference" study programmes within the field of engineering and natural sciences.
Aalborg University, Urban Planning and ManagementDKAESOPEDUMasters program and research center studying the development of contemporary cities and societal challenges
Aalto University Department of Real Estate, Planning and GeoinformaticsFINEDU
Aalto University, School of Arts Design and Architecture, Department of ArchitectureFINAESOPEDU
Aalto University, School of Engineering, Department of Surveying and Planning, YTK Land Use Planning and Urban Studies GroupFINAESOPEDU
Aarhus School of Architecture, Department of Urban Planning, Institute of Landscape and Urban DevelopmentDKAESOPINS
Abia State University, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDUThe Department of Urban and Regional Planning started in 1981 as a department in Imo State University, Okigwe (first located at Etiti in Mbano and later in Okigwe). With the creation of Abia State in 1991, the university changed its name to Abia State University, Uturu.
Abu Dhabi Development Planning Project (ADDPP)UAEEDU“We initiate, drive and support Abu Dhabi's urban development strategy. By transferring our 2030 Vision to physical settings, we develop strategic development plans that create guiding principles which cascade over critical projects designed to shape the Emirate.”
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Group (ADSG)UAEPROThe Abu Dhabi Sustainability Group (ADSG) is a membership organization whose mission is to promote sustainability management in Abu Dhabi by providing learning and knowledge sharing opportunities for government, private companies and not for profit organizations in a spirit of cooperation and open dialogue.
Abu Dhabi Urban Planning CouncilUAEGOVDeveloping appropriate infrastructure, while preserving the environment, forms one of the key priority areas. With the expertise of the UPC, the government will ensure the development of a professionally designed and well-managed urban environment in the Emirate's towns and cites, complete with world-class traffic and transport systems.
Academy for Spatial Research and PlanningDEUAESOPEDUThe ARL undertakes research into the spatial impacts of human activities in the economic, social, ecological and cultural spheres, and analyses the scope for sustainable spatial development.
ActedFRANGOHumanitarian relief in urgent need, promote resilience, and sustainable growth
Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Space EconomyPOLAESOPINS
Addos Ababa University, Urban and Regional PlanningETHEDU
Africa Institute of South AfricaZAFINS
Africa Union of ArchitectsMulti-nationalPROThe Africa Union of Architects was inaugurated in Nigeria on May 23 1981 by his Excellency Alhaji Shehu Shagari, former President of Nigeria , to unite architects from all over the continent regardless of nationality, race, religion or doctrine, and to federate their national organizations.
African Centre for CitiesZAFFEDThe African Centre for Cities (ACC) is an interdisciplinary research and teaching programme focused on quality scholarship regarding the dynamics of unsustainable urbanisation processes in Africa, with an eye on identifying systemic responses.
African Institute for Economic Development and PlanningSENUNINSThe African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) is a pan-African institution created in 1962 by the General Assembly of the United Nations. It began its operations on 21st November, 1963 with the primary purpose of accompanying and supporting newly independent African countries in their quest to build their human resource capacities as a necessary prerequisite for sustaining independence and promoting socio-economic development.
African Trades School of Architecture and Urban PlanningTGOAAPSEDU
Agency for Development and CohesionPRTGOVThe Agency for Development and Cohesion, I.P. It was created in order to facilitate coordination of Structural Policy and Regional Development co-financed by European funds, ensuring greater coordination of financial options macroprogramação and enhance the economic rationale and the financial sustainability of co-financed investments.
Ahmadu Bello University, Faculty of Environmental Design, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Ahrpolis Regional Initiatives CentreRUSNGOOnline edition of the optimal organization of urban space based on progressive ideas leading engineers and designers from around the world.
Aix Marseille University, Regional and Urban PlanningFRAEDU
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Community Planning and Urban StudiesUSAACSPEDU
Albania Department of Public AdministrationALBGOV
Alberta Professional Planners InstituteCANINSPlanning is a key agent in shaping our communities and leading how we adapt to and manage the physical, economic and social forces that affect our communities. The Alberta Professional Planners Institute (APPI) is a professional regulated organization of private and public sector planners practicing in Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
Alfred Nobel University Dnipropetrovs'k, Development of Safety and HealthUKREDUDepartment within the Alfred Nobel University Dnipropetrovsk which studies planning aspects in relation to the Health and Safety of the public.
American Affordable Housing InstituteUSAINS
American Association of Housing EducatorsUSAPRO
American Association of Port AuthoritiesUSAPROFounded in 1912, the American Association of Port Authorities is a trade association which represents more than 150 public port authorities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. In addition, Association members include more than 300 sustaining and associate members -- firms and individuals with an interest in the seaports of the Western Hemisphere. AAPA is dedicated to serving deep draft public ports by enhancing port management professionalism, and advocating issues critical to public seaports.
American Planning AssociationUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association brings together thousands of people — practicing planners, citizens, elected officials — committed to making great communities happen.
American Planning Association, Alabama ChapterUSAAPAPROThe purpose of the Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Association is to help residents of the State improve the quality of their lives through rational and comprehensive approachs to physical, economic, and human resource planning.
American Planning Association, Alaska ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Alaska Chapter is a chapter of the American Planning Association, a non-profit public interest and research organization dedicated to urban, suburban, regional and rural planning.
American Planning Association, Arizona ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Arizona Planning Association is an official chapter of the American Planning Association. The American Planning Association, Arizona Chapter is a 1,200-plus member organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve Arizona’s communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations.
American Planning Association, Arkansas ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Califorina ChapterUSAAPAPROOver 5,000 members strong, APA California is a network of practicing planners, citizens and elected officials committed to urban, suburban, regional and rural planning in the State of California. APA California offers a wide spectrum of member benefits including information, services and support to advance planning in California.
American Planning Association, City Planning and Management DivisionUSAAPAPROAdvancing the practice of city planning and management in the large-city setting.
American Planning Association, Colorado ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA CO) is an organization of professionals and citizen planners providing vision and leadership to encourage planning that will contribute to the public well-being by developing Colorado communities and environments that meet the needs of people and society. The association serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, as a network in support of planning professionals, and as a bridge to build cooperation among planners, allied professionals, and the public through education and awareness.
American Planning Association, Connecticut ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association is the national organization of professional planners and citizens involved in planning for our nation’s communities. CCAPA is dedicated to advancing the practice of good planning in Connecticut by providing our members with up-to-date information about current planning issues and techniques, by building public and political awareness of the importance and benefits of good planning and by bringing the Chapter’s diverse membership together from throughout the state to share experiences with colleagues.
American Planning Association, County Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe County Planning Division of APA seeks to strengthen relationships among county planners, county elected officials, and other county personnel by facilitating the sharing of technical information, encouraging continuing professional development of its members, researching county planning issues, and building strong ties with other organizations and disciplines with related interests. The division strives to elevate appreciation of county planning as a unique niche within the planning profession.
American Planning Association, Delaware ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Delaware Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Delaware) serves as the local source for networking and professional development for planners in the First State. APA Delaware gives you a chance to share experiences with colleagues and broaden your perspective beyond your commission or office
American Planning Association, Economic Development DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Economic Development Division provides an opportunity to join others who share an interest in and responsibility for matters related to economic development.
American Planning Association, Environment, Natural Resources and Energy DivisionUSAAPAPROThe goal of the Environment, Natural Resources, and Energy Division is to apply sound planning principles to the protection, management, and conservation of our environmental, natural, and energy resources.
American Planning Association, Federal Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Federal Planning Division provides a forum for people involved in the development and/or implementation of comprehensive planning and land management policies, techniques, and procedures for federal properties located within the United States and overseas. By focusing on planning and land management, the division's objective is to improve the quality of life for persons who live on, work on, and/or use federal lands and facilities; and to protect and enhance the value of federal properties for their designated purposes.
American Planning Association, Florida ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Gays and Lesbians in Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Gays & Lesbians in Planning (GALIP) Division of APA is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information of interest to gays, lesbians, and friends in the planning profession.
American Planning Association, Georgia ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Georgia Planning Association (GPA) is an official Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). GPA is a 1,000-plus member organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve Georgia’s communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations. - See more at:
American Planning Association, Hawaii ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Hawai`i Chapter was founded in April 1962, shortly after Hawai`i's Statehood in 1959. Planning in Hawai`i predates this founding, as several national planning figures were already working in Hawai`i including Charles Mulford Robinson, Lewis Mumford, and Harland Bartholomew. Robinson envisioned Aloha Tower at the entrance of the Honolulu Harbor in 1906, Mumford wrote a report, Whither Honolulu?, for the city's Park Board, and Harland Bartholomew opened the first planning firm in Honolulu in 1947. The firm's local manager was Donald Wolbrink.
American Planning Association, Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Recovery PlanningUSAAPAPROPlanners are frequently called upon to advise municipalities, counties, regions, states and federal agencies concerning risk reduction and disaster recovery. Many members of APA have been involved in providing pre- and post-disaster assistance in their respective communities, while others serve as academic researchers or consultants.
American Planning Association, Housing and Community Development DivisionUSAAPAPROHealthy, vibrant communities are a primary goal of successful planning. The Division gives planners a forum for sharing best practices, staying informed on policy issues and enhancing knowledge.
American Planning Association, Idaho ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Illinois ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Indiana ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Indiana Chapter of the APA is an organization of professionals and citizen planners providing vision and leadership for the future development of Indiana communities. The association serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, as a network in support of planning professionals, and as a bridge to build cooperation among planners, allied professionals, and the public through education and awareness.
American Planning Association, International DivisionUSAAPAPROThe International Division is active in promoting information, networking, and professional development opportunities related to international planning. In pursuit of these goals, the division provides a limited number of grants for projects and study abroad. Other programs and activities include a newsletter, conference sessions, and professional development and networking events. We are also working hard to restart our popular exchange program for practicing planners.
American Planning Association, Iowa ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association Iowa Chapter is a membership organization of approximately four hundred professional planners, planning educators, planning commissioners and planning students from across the state of Iowa. The primary focus of the Chapter is education to improve planning in communities, counties and regions of the State. We focus on providing workshops and information to equip our members with the best planning tools and information available in order that they can assist in “Making Great Communities Happen”.
American Planning Association, Kansas ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Kansas Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Kansas) is a professional organization representing practicing planners, government officials, and citizens involved with urban, regional, and rural planning issues within the State of Kansas.
American Planning Association, Kentucky ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association - Kentucky Chapter brings together practitioners, planning officials, students, and interested citizens into a single and stronger community development forum. We provide current information on planning issues, practices, and techniques. We are advocates for good planning in national, state and local forums.
American Planning Association, Latinos and Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Latinos and Planning Division held dialogos(Spanish for "dialogues") around the United States to identify critical planning issues.
American Planning Association, Louisiana ChapterUSAAPAPROOur mission is to promote the practice of community and regional planning in Louisiana by enhancing the effectiveness of planners in impacting public policy.
American Planning Association, Maryland ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Massachusetts ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association Massachusetts Chapter (APA-MA) is an official Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). We are a 1,000-plus member organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve Massachusetts communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations.
American Planning Association, Michigan ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Michigan Association of Planning (MAP) is a 501 c 3 organization, dedicated to promoting sound community planning that benefits the residents of Michigan.
American Planning Association, Minnesota ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Minnesota Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Minnesota) is a non-profit statewide organization of over 900 planning professionals, educators, local officials and planning commissioners who are involved in planning-related activities on behalf of state and regional agencies, counties, cities, towns, educational institutions and the private sector.
American Planning Association, Mississippi ChapterUSAAPAPROAPA MS is comprised of planners from around the state with the goal of improving the quality of life in their respective communities and advancing the profession. Our missionis “a Mississippi where we can retain, nurture and grow communities of lasting value and diversity with choices for living, working and enjoying life within our State".
American Planning Association, Missouri ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, National Capital Area ChapterUSAAPAPRONational Capital Area Chapter (NCAC) of the American Planning Association represents public and private sector planners, planning academics and students, elected officials, and citizen planners in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, MD.
American Planning Association, Nebraska ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Nebraska Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Nebraska) is a professional organization representing practicing planners, government officials, and citizens involved with urban, regional, and rural planning issues within the State of Nebraska, APA Nebraska strives to be your source for Nebraska planning information, networking, news and professional development opportunities.
American Planning Association, Nevada ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association is an official Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). We are a member organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve Nevada communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations.
American Planning Association, New Jersey ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association – New Jersey Chapter (APA-NJ) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting citizen empowerment, and providing the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change. - See more at:
American Planning Association, New Mexico ChapterUSAAPAPROhe New Mexico Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-NM) is an organization of professional planners and planning officials who serve New Mexico’s communities in many ways, at all levels of government, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations.
American Planning Association, New Urbanism DivisionUSAAPAPRONew Urbanism is a time-tested planning practice that incorporates interrelated patterns of land use, transportation, and urban form to create communities that foster the most desirable characteristics of human habitation: neighborliness, environmental sustainability, economic efficiency and prosperity, historic preservation, participation in civic processes, and human health. New Urbanism practices apply to all scales of community, from the region and neighborhood to the block and building.
American Planning Association, New York Metro ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning Association's New York Metro Chapter addresses planning issues that concern the physical, social, and economic environment in the metropolitan region encompassing New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley. The Chapter represents some 1,400 practicing planners and other people involved in the planning and design of the region's communities.
American Planning Association, New York Upstate ChapterUSAAPAPROThe New York Upstate APA's mission is to serve and support the professional, student, and citizen planning community in New York State and to improve the quality of life through the use of planning. The APA community enables you to connect with other individuals who care about their communities and work to improve the quality of life for all. This diverse network of planners, planning board members, public officials, educators, students, and engaged citizens share information and learn about best practices from the state, nation, and around the world. APA members seek to implement good planning in their communities and impart the benefits of planning
American Planning Association, North Carolina ChapterUSAAPAPROAPA-NC is an association of 1,400 professional and citizen planners working to preserve and create great places throughout North Carolina.
American Planning Association, Northern New England ChapterUSAAPAPRONNECAPA is one of 47 Chapters and 20 Divisions within the American Planning Association (APA), and serves APA members in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The American Planning Association is a non-profit public interest and research organization representing more than 40,000 practicing planners, officials, and citizens involved with urban and rural planning issues across the country.
American Planning Association, Ohio ChapterUSAAPAPROAPA Ohio is a statewide, non-profit association of citizens and professional planners committed to promoting and enhancing planning and the quality of planning for all governmental entities in order to maintain and improve the quality of life for all Ohioans. APA Ohio is a state chapter of the American Planning Association (APA).
American Planning Association, Oklahoma ChapterUSAAPAPROWe are your local source for networking and professional development for planning professionals in Oklahoma. When you join APA, you automatically become a member of your local chapter.
American Planning Association, Oregon ChapterUSAAPAPROOAPA is an independent, not-for-profit educational organization that provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change.
American Planning Association, Pennsylvania ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning through education, empowerment, partnership, and public policy.
American Planning Association, Planning and Law DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association serves those with a professional or personal interest in the diverse legal issues that affect the planning profession. PLD's membership includes attorneys, planners, students, and others. Most members are not lawyers, and a large percentage of members work in government.
American Planning Association, Planning and the Black Community DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Planning and the Black Community Division provides a forum for planners, administrators, public officials, students, and other interested individuals to address issues of significance to the black community. An annual two-day retreat seeks to enlist maximum participation in determining division policy issues. The division newsletter publishes articles on economic development, housing, transportation, career opportunities, and division activities. Division-sponsored sessions at the National Planning Conference have included international themes and speakers.
American Planning Association, Planning and Women AssociationUSAAPAPROAs one of the earliest divisions of the American Planning Association, the Planning and Women Division was formed in 1979 as a platform from which to transmit ideas and career concerns of particular interest to women and to the general membership of the American Planning Association.
American Planning Association, Private Practice DivisionUSAAPAPROAs a division dedicated to meeting the needs of private planning consultants, we offer our members access to valuable networking opportunities, business resources, current information on private practice planning, and technical support. Your membership helps us to highlight issues and opportunities of interest to private practice planners. We welcome you to join us in our efforts to promote quality private practice!
American Planning Association, Regional and Intergovernmental Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division studies metropolitan, regional, state, and national planning and ways to promote cooperation among them.
American Planning Association, Rhode Island ChapterUSAAPAPROWe are a non-profit public interest and research organization dedicated to urban, suburban, regional and rural planning. With over 150 members, APA RI is made up of planners at all government levels, private consultants, local planning board members, landscape architects, environmental scientists, lawyers, engineers, professors, students and other professionals dedicated to sound planning principles.
American Planning Association, Small Town and Rural Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Small Town and Rural Planning Division of APA is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information of interest to professional and citizen planners in our smaller communities and rural areas.
American Planning Association, South CarolinaUSAAPAPROFor over four decades, the South Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association (SCAPA) has been a leader in planning activities and an active resource for planners, communities, citizens, elected and appointed officials and allied professionals throughout the state. SCAPA has an active and growing membership of about 450 members. It serves a diverse group of planning professionals embracing a variety of disciplines. The membership includes professional planners (public, private, and academic), planning commissioners, board of zoning appeals members, building officials, neighborhood group leaders, urban designers, economists and students of planning and community development.
American Planning Association, Sustainable Communities DivisionUSAAPAPROModern planning practice emerged in response to the economic and population growth pressures of 20th century America. City leaders wanted separation between residential, commercial, and industrial areas; land developers wanted organized transportation and utility infrastructure; and later, citizens demanded protection for sensitive environmental and cultural resources.
American Planning Association, Technology DivisionUSAAPAPROThe use of technology is integral to how communities are communicating and engaging their citizens to plan for the future. Rapidly evolving tools for community design and decision makingare creating new opportunities to enhance public involvement, share information, and make more informed decisions in cities and towns throughout the country.
American Planning Association, Tennessee ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Texas ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, The Road to HabitatUSAAPAPROContribute ideas, best practices, and concerns to the agenda and to the goals for planning's contributions to the future of our communities.
American Planning Association, Transportation Planning DivisionUSAAPAPROThe Transportation Planning Division is the home for all transportation planners. We believe transportation planning is more than just a profession — it's what connects us to the world.
American Planning Association, Urban Design and Preservation DivisionUSAAPAPROAs Chair of the APA Urban Design & Preservation (UDP) Division, I would like to thank you for visiting our webpage. The Division is a nationwide community of professionals dedicated to supporting educational and networking opportunities for planners, urban designers, preservationists and allied professionals. We offer great opportunities to promote these topics within the field of planning and within the APA.
American Planning Association, Utah ChapterUSAAPAPRO
American Planning Association, Virginia ChapterUSAAPAPROOur mission is to make great communities happen in Virginia by offering continuing professional development and other valuable services to our members that will enable them to excel in their practice. We are committed to raising awareness about the many benefits planning offers as a foundation for effectively addressing the physical, economic, and social changes that take place in Virginia, and to providing effective leadership in planning advocacy reflective of a diverse geography and population.
American Planning Association, Washington ChapterUSAAPAPROThe Washington Chapter of the American Planning Association is an organization of people with an interest in land use, housing, transportation, environmental, economic and social planning. Among others, our membership includes citizen planners, planning commissioners and other planning officials, and professional planners within the State of Washington and elsewhere.
American Planning Association, West Virginia ChapterUSAAPAPROWVPA is the West Virginia state chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). Our organization is comprised of professional and citizen planners who work to support responsible planning throughout the state. Membership is open to professional planners employed in planning or a related field, lay planners who serve on planning commissions or boards of zoning appeals, student members who are enrolled in a course of study in planning or a related field, and citizens interested in planning for their communities.
American Planning Association, Western Central ChapterUSAAPAPROWCC is an official Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) and encompasses one of the largest geographic areas of the association, consisting of the states of Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and North Dakota. WCC is a 300-plus member organization that advocates excellence in community planning. We continue to grow and prosper as people are drawn to our mountain vistas, our grassland prairies, our outstanding recreational opportunities and friendly communities. We are the home of such incredible natural areas such as Yellowstone National Park, Devil’s Tower, Mount Rushmore, the Black Hills, Glacier National Park and more. As we work with the challenges of growth, the environment and our changing world, we look to the best of planning practices to help us make responsible decisions that leave a lasting impact on our communities.
American Planning Association, Wisconsin ChapterUSAAPAPROThe American Planning association and its chapters provide leadership through citizen and professional planners in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing the tools necessary to effect positive change.
American Public Transportation AssociationUSAPROAPTA members are public organizations that are engaged in the areas of bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne passenger services, and high-speed rail. Members also include large and small companies who plan, design, construct, finance, supply, and operate bus and rail services worldwide. Government agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, state departments of transportation, academic institutions, and trade publications are also part of our membership.
American Public Works AssociationUSAEDUThe American Public Works Association is an international educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to providing high quality public works goods and services.
American Resort Development AssociationUSAPROThe American Resort Development Association (ARDA)is the Washington D.C.-based trade association representing the vacation ownership and resort development industries (timeshares). ARDA has almost 1,000 corporate members ranging from privately held firms to publicly traded corporations with extensive experience in shared ownership interests in leisure real estate. The membership also includes timeshare owner associations (HOAs), resort management companies, industry vendors, suppliers, and consultants; as well as owners through the ARDA Resort Owners Coalition (ARDA-ROC).
American Samoa Planning and GrantsASMGOVThe Planning division is responsible for creating and implementing economic and land development plans and P3 projects for the American Samoa Government. Planners in the Planning division are also tasked to write yearly grants to multiple federal and state grantors to fund economic and land development projects; some of these grant applications are submitted in collaboration with American Samoa Government agencies.
American University in Bosnia and HerzegovinaBIHEDU
American University in Cairo, Desert Development CenterEGYEDUThe DDC focuses on the ecological, social, and economic sustainability of communities in Egypt's arid lands. Through agricultural and socioeconomic research, training programs, and community service, the DDC seeks to improve the overall well-being of Egyptians living in desert areas.
Amity School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
Amsterdam Smart CityNLDPROPlatform that challenges businesses, residents, the municipality and knowledge institutions to suggest and apply innovative ideas and solutions for urban issues.
Amsterdam Student Association of PlanningNLDPRO
An Overview of Spatial Policy in Asian and European CountriesMulti-nationalEDUNational Spatial Planning and Regional policy Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), undertakes a series of researches on spatial planning and territorial development in the world, in particular, those in Asian and European countries. On this website, you find the major outcome.
Anambra State University, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Andros Conservancy and TrustBHSNGOTo protect, preserve, enhance and restore the natural environment of Andros Island and its marine environment through education, conservation and management for future generations.
Anna University School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
APEEJAY School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
Appalachian State University, Department of Geography and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Arab Center for Alternative PlanningMulti-nationalNGOACAP has developed into a national address that represents the genuine needs and interests of the Arab citizens of Israel on issues of planning, land, housing, and development.
Arab Institute for Urban DevelopmentMulti-nationalINS
Arab Planning InstituteMulti-nationalINSArab Planning Institute is a non-profit regional organization whose primary mission is to advance the cause of economic and social development in the Arab countries through National Capacity Building, research, Institutional Support and consultancy, expert-group meetings and publication.
Arab Urban Development InstituteMulti-nationalINSScientific advisory institution that is concerned with all aspects of activities of the Arab cities especially the municipalities.
Architects / Designers / Planners for Social ResponsibilityUSAPROArchitects / Designers / Planners for Social Responsibility works for peace, environmental protection, ecological building, social justice, and the development of healthy communities. ADPSR programs aim to raise professional and public awareness of critical social and environmental issues, further responsive design and planning, and honor persons and organizations whose work exemplifies social responsibility.
Architects and Planners of BeninBENPRONATIONAL ORDER OF ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS OF BENIN includes persons exercising the profession of architect, and protects the title of architect. In Benin, membership of this order is required to practice; it is responsible for legislation and if necessary to remove the architects who failed in the duties of their profession.
Architectural Association of Kenya (Town Planning Chapter)KENPROThe AAK is puerly a social professional Association with no legal executive mandate. However based on its objectives, the Association takes interest and participate in several issues of public concerns. Among these include education, continuous professional development, building construction standards, construction cost control, town and country, professional ethics.
Architecture and Design ScotlandGBRPROArchitecture and Design Scotland (A+DS) is Scotland's champion for excellence in architecture, placemaking and planning. We celebrate good architecture and design and work with a range of communities to shape the places we all value. We deliver our work through encouraging and inspiring the public to get involved with architecture through exhibitions, EVENTS and workshops, we offer informed advice to those responsible for the development of our places and we promote sustainable approaches to building and placemaking.
Architecture and Planning FoundationNLDINS
Architecture and Planning Research LaboratoryUSAINS
ArchNetEDUArchnet is pleased to offer open access to a very unique set of resources related to the built environment of the Muslim world. These archives, images, drawings, publications, seminar proceedings, articles, serials and project documentation comprise an unparalleled resource and research tool for the study of Islamic art and architecture. They bring together donated photo collections, journals published around the world, monographs and architect’s archives that are linked to sites, people, publications and other related materials.
Ardhi University, School of Urban and Regional PlanningTZAAAPSEDU
Argentine Chamber of Urban DevelopersARGPROContribute to the growth of the Argentine real estate market and the ongoing professionalization of the sector.Collaborate with national, provincial and municipal authorities, in ORDER to
optimize PROCESSES control and approval of projects. POSITION Argentina as one of the
major global players in the field of Real Estate. Promote Argentina real estate development, forums and exhibitions held at the LEVEL
locally and internationally. Implement a plan for FINANCING housing for the middle class in conjunction with BANK and government entities. PROMOTING sustainable architecture, respect for the environment and non-renewable resources.
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Spatial Planning and Development Engineering, School of EngineeringGRCAESOPEDU
Arizona State University, School of Planning and Landscape ArchitectureUSAACSPEDU
Arriyadh Development AuthoritySAUGOVHigh commission for the development of Arriyadh.
Art, Architecture and Urban Planning InstituteTUNINS
ArTec AssociationITANGO
Artesis - Antwerp University Association, Faculty of Design Sciences, Department of Urbanism and Spatial PlanningBELAESOPEDU
ASEAN Association for Planning and HousingMulti-nationalASEANFED
Asia Pacific Career Development Program (work in French Polynesia)PYFINSAPCDA provides training to professionals engaged in facilitating the career development of others in the Asia Pacific region.
Asian Institute of Technology, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Department of Town and Country PlanningTHAAPSAINSHuman Settlements Development Program
Asian Planning Schools AssociationMulti-nationalGPEANFED
Ask Nature [Biomimicry Institute]Multi-nationalINSAskNature is the world’s most comprehensive catalog of nature’s solutions to human design challenges. [biomimicry] This curated online library features free information on more than 1,800 (and growing!) natural phenomena and hundreds of bio-inspired applications.
Associated Research Centers for the Urban Underground SpaceMulti-nationalNGOACUUS is an international, non-governmental organization dedicated to partnerships amongst experts who design, analyse and decide upon the use of our cities' underground spaces.
Association for Agriculture, Biology, Biodiversity and Sustainable DevelopmentMOZPRO
Association for Community DesignUSAPRO
Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in AsiaCHNPROfacilitate dissemination of information about CAAD amongst Asian Schools of Architecture, Planning, Engineering, and Building Sciences in Asia, and encourage the exchange of software, courseware, experiences and staff/students amongst schools
Association for Housing and Urban DevelopmentARGNGOCAVERA, la Cámara de la Vivienda y Equipamiento Urbano de la República Argentina, fue fundada en 1973 con el propósito de nuclear en su seno a quienes, desde distintas organizaciones o en forma independiente, venían trabajando en la solución del déficit habitacional a través de la promoción, proyecto y construcción de lo que en esa época se denominaba “vivienda de interés social”.
Association for Latin American Schools for Urbanism and PlanningMulti-nationalFED
Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Urban PlanningMulti-nationalPROThe Association for the Promotion of Education and Research in Development and Urbanism brings together higher education institutions of the Francophone world who are committed to the principles of a charter of quality in training and degrees in management and they issue planning. The International APERAU also promotes scientific research in the field of spatial and urban planning, in all its forms.
Association for the Development of Planning Educaton and ResearchMulti-nationalPRO
Association for the Protection of Nature and Environment, KairouanTUNNGOContribution to the environment protection and to the sustainable development by promoting the environmental citizenship , by realizing ground projects , by participating in the national ,regional and international meetings , by interacting with networks exchange between youth and children and by the good use of the decentralized cooperation
Association for Urbanism and Territorial Planning of the Czech RepublicCZEECTPPRO
Association of African Planning SchoolsMulti-nationalAAPSPROThe Association of African Planning Schools (AAPS) is a voluntary, peer-to-peer network of African institutions that educate and train urban/city and/or regional/rural planners. Our members are drawn from all regions of Africa, including the countries: Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Association of Algerian City and Regional PlannersALGGPNPRO
Association of Architect Experts of AndorraANDPROThe associate members of the AEPA, are included in four categories namely: Planning, Real Estate Valuation, Building and Heritage The main purpose of the AEPA is to provide citizens and Justice Andorra a partner specialized in the preparation of REPORTS, opinions, valuations, etc. within the powers of his DEGREE.The main purpose of the AEPA is to provide citizens and Justice Andorra a partner specialized in the preparation of REPORTS, opinions, valuations, etc. within the powers of his DEGREE.
Association of Architects and Planners of the StateFRAPROThe A-AUE brings together urban planners architects compounds active members of the state public servants of the state in normal active employment or secondment.
Association of Austrian Land PlannersAUTPRO
Association of Bicycle and Pedestrian ProfessionalsUSAPROFounded in 1995, the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals promotes excellence in the emerging professional discipline of pedestrian and bicycle transportation. Members include leaders in the engineering, planning, landscape architecture, safety and promotion fields who specialize in improving conditions for bicycling and walking. Members work for federal, state, regional and local government; consulting firms; non-profit organizations and the media. The association also welcomes academics, students and professional advocates who are committed to making bicycling and walking viable transportation options in the United States.
Association of Bulgarian Urban and Regional PlannersBGRPRO
Association of Canadian Urban Planning ProgramsCANACUPPFEDThe Association of Canadian University Planning Programs (ACUPP) includes 18 universities with a total of 24 programs that offer professional training in urban and regional planning that meets the accreditation standards of the Canadian Institute of Planners. The primary goal of the association is to promote excellence in planning education, research and practice.
Association of College Administration ProfessionalsUSAPROThe ACAP is the fastest growing association in Higher Education today. Since its founding in February of 1995, a total of 3,000 college administrators have signed up as members. The majority of ACAP's college administration members are the vice presidents of business, student services, or academic affairs. Other large numbers of members are controllers, directors of housing, physical plant, human resources, student activities, admissions, financial aid, security and safety, purchasing, college unions, food services, bookstores, auxiliary services, and many other college operations.
Association of Collegiate Schools of PlanningUSAACSP, GPEANFEDACSP promotes education, research, service, and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to: recognize diverse needs and interests in planning; strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement; improve and enhance the accreditation process, and; extend planning beyhond the classroom into the world of practice.
Association of Consulting Town and Regional PlannersZAFPRO
Association of Contingency PlannersMulti-nationalPROACP works to improve international contingency planning and provide public education about the importance of contingency planning.
Association of Croatian Urban PlannersHRVECTPPRO
Association of European Schools of PlanningMulti-nationalAESOP, GPEANFED
Association of Indonesian Planning SchoolsIDNEDU
Association of Metropolitan Planning OrganizationsUSANGOAMPO is a nonprofit, membership organization established in 1994 to serve the needs and interests of "metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs)" nationwide. AMPO offers its member MPOs technical assistance and training, conferences and workshops, frequent print and electronic communications, research, a forum for transportation policy development and coalition building, and a variety of other services. Full-membership in AMPO is open to all MPOs and an associate membership is available to all interested parties.
Association of Municipalities of Burkina FasoBFAGOVThe AIMF is a network of French local authorities and their associations, which are found around common values. It contributes to better management of communities, promotes the exchange of experience, mobilizes the French territorial expertise and funds development projects.
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle ProfessionalsUSAPROThe mission of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is to grow the pedestrian and bicycle profession and its influence by facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge, elevating practitioners’ skills and defining the field.
Association of Planning SupervisorsGBRPRO
Association of Polish ArchitectsPOLPROPolish Architects Association, hereinafter abbreviated as "SARP" or "Association", is an association of creative, open to all architects who, fulfilling its statutory objectives are the representation of Polish architects
Association of Professionals - Cities in DevelopmentMulti-nationalPROFounded in 1979, "AdP - Cities in Development" is an association law 1901 which brings together urban planning professionals and management working in emerging and developing countries. It brings together urban planners, engineers, architects, economists, geographers, sociologists ... that operate independently or as part of, or utilities and engineering firms, leading a career entirely or alternatively international.
Association of Protected Areas Management OrganizationsBLZNGOAPAMO, the Association of Protected Areas Management Organizations, is Belize’s leading network of non-governmental conservation organizations that seeks to influence and encourage the Belizean society to safeguard the integrity and diversity of Belize’s protected areas system and to ensure that any use of Belize’s natural resources is sustainable.
Association of Quebec City PlannersCANPROThe Order of Planners Quebec ensures protection of the public by supervising the practice of the profession through constitutive laws and serves the profession and its professionals serving Quebec communities.
Association of Senegal PlannersSENPRO
Association of Swiss Market and Social ResearchCHEPRO
Association of Swiss Spatial PlannersCHEPROThe politically independent trade association Swiss Spatial Planners (FSU) was created from a merger of three Swiss regional planning associations: BSP, BVS and VRN.
Association of Territorial Planning and Development ConsultantsFRAPROL’ACAD est une association
professionnelle regroupant des consultants independents exerçant “des missions de
conseil et d’aide àla decision auprès de maitres d’ourvrages publics ou privés en matière d’aménagement et de développement des territories” à titre
Association of Territorial Planning and Development ConsultantsFRAPRO
Association of Town and Spatial Planning in SloveniaSVNECTPPRO
Association of Town Planners of BeninBENPRO
Association of Town Planners of Cote d'IvoireCIVPRO
Association of Town Planners of TogoTGOPRO
Association of Urban Planners of AlgeriaDZAPRO
Association of Urbanists of GeorgiaGEOPROAssociation of Urbanists of Georgia (AUG) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-partisan, public organization, where the specialists of the investigation field, design, planning and sphere of management of human settlements, as well as those interested in the formation and development processes of urban culture in Georgia are incorporated.
Association UrbametFRAUrbandataGOV
Atlantic Planners InstituteCANCIPINSThe Atlantic Planners Institute / Institut des Urbanistes de l’Atlantique, an affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners, is an association of professional planners in the four Atlantic Provinces of Canada : New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. API/IUA is governed by a Council elected by the membership, consisting of a President, a President Elect, a representative from each province also serving in an administrative capacity, and a student representative from each of the two regional planning schools. Each of the four provinces has a Branch of API/IUA, with its own bylaws and executive.
Auburn University, School of Architecture, Graduate Program in Community PlanningUSAACSPEDU
AusmipMulti-nationalFEDThe bilateral EU-Japan Ausmip and Ausmip R&DaR programs involve 8-month exchanges at the master level, and short-term faculty exchanges, AUSMIP+is an Erasmus Mundus multilateral partnership enabling long-term mobility (6 to 12 months) of PhD's, Post-Doc's and faculty, aims to stimulate innovative research and the transfer of know-how and expertise in the field of Urban Planning and Architecture in a context of global demographic transitions.
Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning SchoolsAUS / NZLANZAPS, GPEANFEDANZAPS is a network of planning educators. ANZAPS primary function is the exchange of information and ideas about planning education between planning educators. This includes teaching skills and techniques, research into planning education, and discussion on key content issues. In addition, ANZAPS wishes to promote planning as a career, and to maintain and develop links with international planning schools and associations.
Australian Antarctica Division, Territories, Environment and Treaties Section (Heard Island and McDonald Islands)AUSGOVEstablishes management plans for the preservation of the Heard Island and McDonald Islands' biodiversity, habitats, ecoysystems and natural resources.
Australian Council for New UrbanismAUSPRO
Australian Housing and Urban Research InstituteAUSINSAHURI is a national independent research network with an expert not-for-profit research management company, AHURI Limited, at its centre.
Australian Institute of Urban StudiesAUSINS
Austrian Conference on Spatial PlanningAUTGOVThe Austrian Conference on Spatial Planning is an organisation set up 1971 by the Bund, the Länder and the Gemeinden to co-ordinate spatial planning at the national level.
Austrian Institute for Regional Studies and Spatial PlanningAUTINSWhen space related decisions require profound knowledge, the expertise of the Austrian Institute for Spatial Planning (OIR) is sought after.
Austrian Society for Spatial PlanningAUTPROThe "Austrian Society for Spatial Planning" (OGR) is an association of people from all space-related issues involved with disciplines in science, management, and (freelance) planning practice.
Autarquico Institute of Planning and HousingARGGOV
Autonomous University of AguascalientesMEXALEUPEDU
Autonomous University of MorelosMEXALEUPEDU
Avalon FoundationNLDNGO
Aveiro University, Environment Department and PlanningPRTEDUIn 1979 it created the Department of Environment. With the emergence of the Degree in Urban and Regional Planning in 1983, is renamed as Department of Environment and Planning (DAO), reflecting thus dominant areas in terms of education, research and Relationship University-Society.
Azerbaijan University of Architecture and ConstructionAZEEDU
Bahrain Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban PlanningBHRGOVContribute to the strengthening Bahrain's position economically and culturally distinctive center through the preparation and management policies and effective systems for the sectors of urban planning and municipalities including responds to the current and future needs of the community
Bahrain's Supreme Coucil for EnvironmentUAEGOVThe Kingdom of Bahrain has made great efforts in ensuring the sustainability of the development process in multiple areas - reflected in the Constitution of the Kingdom
Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning, Urban Planning and DevelopmentUSAACSPEDU
Bangladesh Institute of Development StudiesBGDINS
Bangladesh Institute of PlannersBGDCAPINSInstitute of member planners which promotes collaboration amongst planning organizations, educates and diseminates information on planning resouces and practices, and encourages joint projects.
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningBGDAPSAEDUWorking to enhance their quality of life, promote equality, and maintain a controlled and guided growth within the framework of Bangladesh's rapid economic growth.
Bank of Local ExperiencesARGEDUThe Bank of Local Experiences promotes the recognition of good management practices developed by local governments of Argentina.
Barbados Association of Professional EngineersBRBPROVoulentary non-profit to safe guard Professor intrests, rep public, advance profession
Barbados Town and Country Planning SocietyBRBCAPPROSmall group open to all of the public. Currently just over 10 members. Town Plannings and Dvelopment related professionals.
Bartlett School of Planning, University College London Faculty of the Built EnvironmentGBREDUThe Bartlett School of Planning is a world centre for learning and research about the form, planning, design and management of cities. Our location, history and expertise have made our programmes and research among the most stimulating and sought-after in the field of planning. We are part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment.
Bartlett Urban Planning SocietyGBRPRO
Bauhaus-Universitaet Weimar, Faculty of Architecture and UrbanismDEUAESOPEDU
BauNetzDEUPROBauNetz is the largest German online architecture magazine with over 11 million monthly page views and 1 million visits.
Belarusian State Town Planning Research InstituteBLRINS
Belgian Chamber of PlannersBELECTPPRO
Belkinge Institute of Technology, Masters program in Sustainable Urban PlanningSWEINSThe programme focuses on two central themes of urban planning and design of the built environment in Sweden: from post-war urban planning up until the 1980s, and sustainable urban planning from early 1990s up until today. There is a great interest in Swedish experiences of urban planning during these two periods of time. The programme in spatial planning has good cooperation with various universities in Europe and China and provides students with knowledge of Swedish experiences of urban planning.
Bells University of Technology, College of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de PueblaMEXALEUPEDU
Benghazi University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban PlanningLBYEDU
Benue State University, Faculty of Environmental Science, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
BGS School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
Bilkent University, Faculty of Art, Design and ArchitectureTUREDUBilkent University Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture has six departments including urban design and landscape architecture. Students can earn a bachelor's degree and/or Master of Fine Arts with completion of the program. The faculty focus on "a deep understanding of basic concepts, modern design and performance methods".
Bimkom - Planners for Planning RightsISRNGOPlanners for planning rights; Israeli Human Rights Organization
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European OverseasMulti-nationalFEDPreservation of the coastal ecosystem
Biophilic CitiesUSAEDUBiophilia is a term popularized by Harvard University myrmecologist and conservationist E.O. Wilson to describe the extent to which humans are hard-wired to need connection with nature and other forms of life. More specifically, Wilson describes it this way: “Biophilia…is the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living organisms. Innate means hereditary and hence part of ultimate human nature” (Wilson, “Biophilia and the Conservation Ethic,” inThe Biophilia Hypothesis, 1993, p.31). To Wilson biophilia is really a “complex of learning rules” developed over thousands of years of evolution and human-environment interaction.
Biophilic DesignUSAEDUBiophilic Design is an innovative way of designing the places where we live, work, and learn. We need nature in a deep and fundamental fashion, but we have often designed our cities and suburbs in ways that both degrade the environment and alienate us from nature. The recent trend in green architecture has decreased the environmental impact of the built environment, but it has accomplished little in the way of reconnecting us to the natural world, the missing piece in the puzzle of sustainable development. Come on a journey from our evolutionary past and the origins of architecture to the world’s most celebrated buildings in a search for the architecture of life.
Blekinge Institute of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning, Swedish School of PlanningSWEAESOPINS
Blog created with the aim of creating a forum for ideas and comments mainly related to urban planning in all its aspects: law, architecture, engineering, economy, environment …
Boise State University, Department of Community and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Bond University, Faculty of Society and DesignAUSEDU
Bond University, Sustainable Environments and PlanningNOREDUThis curriculum equips graduates with the theoretical and practical skills required to undertake the design appraisal and management of urban and regional developments.
British Antarctic Territory, Natural Environment Research CouncilBATGOVTo be a world-leading centre for polar science and polar operations, addressing issues of global importance and helping society adapt to a changing world.
Brno University of Technology, Institute of Theory of Town Planning, Studio of Urban DesignCZEINSStudio A5 is engaged in practical education in the field of urban design and in comprehensive application of the knowledge gained by the students in the theoretical study at the Faculty of Architecture, as well as in the study of other disciplines related with the problems of urban design. The Institute guarantees theoretical educaito at the bachelor, master and doctor’s degree levels of the study program.
Brno University of Technology, Urban Design and Planning Institute, Faculty of ArchitectureCZEAESOPINS
Brunei MetropolisBRNBLG"All that you need to know about Brunei's latest urban development & planning..."
Bruner Foundation, Rudy Bruner Award for Urban ExcellenceUSANGOThe Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA) seeks to promote innovative thinking about the built environment and advance conversation about making cities better. The national award discovers and celebrates urban places that are distinguished by quality design along with their social and economic contributions to our nation's cities.
Bucharest University of Architecture and Urbanism 'Ion Mincu', Faculty of Urban Planning and Landscape ArchitectureROUAESOPEDU
Building and Social Housing FoundationMulti-nationalNGOThe Building and Social Housing Foundation (BSHF) is an independent research organisation that promotes sustainable development and innovation in housing through collaborative research and knowledge transfer.
Building Better Communities NetworkUSAPRO"Help people realize their true potential."
Bulgarian Construction ChamberBGRPROThe Chamber is striving to strengthen and support the positioning of the Bulgarian builders abroad, as well as to contribute to the implementation of new and modern management concepts in the sector.
Bundessektion - Ingenieurkonsulenten / Bundesfachgruppe Raumplanung, Landscaftsplanung und GeographieAUTECTPPRO
Bureau of Urban Development, Tokyo Metropolitan GovernmentJPNGOV
Burkina Faso Country ProgramBFAUNGOVA partnership initiative with the Government of Burkina Faso and partners to align urban development efforts at the national, city and community levels. .
Cairo University, Faculty of Regional and Urban PlanningEGYEDUThe faculty publishes a bi-annual Journal of Urban Research which focuses on urban and regional planning.
California Planning RoundtableUSAPROThe California Planning Roundtable (CPR) is an organization of experienced planning professionals who are members of the American Planning Association (APA). Membership is balanced between the public and private sectors, and between Northern and Southern California. Our mission is advancing the practice of planning through innovation and leadership.
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, City and Regional Planning DepartmentUSA
California Redevelopment AssociationUSAPRO
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, College of Environmental Design, Urban and Regional Planning DepartmentUSAACSPEDUThe mission of the department is to prepare students to become planning professionals by providing a multi-disciplinary professional education that teaches students to define issues, solve problems and implement solutions to improve the quality of the natural and built environment, in ways that promote social justice and are rooted in an understanding of social change
California State University, Northridge, Urban Studies and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Cambodia Rural Development TeamKHMNGOAims to lift communities out of poverty in support of conservation through participatory community based approaches.
Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning ResearchGBRINSObjective: undertaking policy-oriented research on all issues affecting housing and land use and has an international reputation as a leading academic research institution in the fields of housing and planning.
Cambridge University, Department of Land EconomyGBRAESOPEDU
Canadian Association of Certified Planning TechniciansCANPROCACPT is a non-profit, self- governing body dedicated to maintaining high standards for Planning Technicians and related planning professionals. Our organization is committed to the promotion and welfare of planning technician and technology professionals throughout Canada
Canadian Institute of PlannersCANCAPINSThe Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) works on behalf of over 7,800 planning professionals nationwide, serving as the voice of Canada’s planning community. Since its beginning in 1919, CIP has grown into a federated national organization with Provincial and Territorial Institutes and Associations across Canada, and with links to planning associations worldwide.
Canadian Urban InstituteCANINSThe Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) was established in 1990 in Toronto as Canada's applied urban policy institute. CUI is a public good enterprise 95% funded through project work. We provide applied research, education/training and communication to improve the processes and policies needed to make informed decisions about urban assets. The Urban Institute works in partnership with members of our extensive networks in the private, public, academic and civil society on projects in the following themes: Infrastructure Optimization, Good Density, Vital Places, Enabled Teams
Canadian Urban Transit AssociationCANPRO
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics and Design, Department of Town and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
Cardiff University, School of Planning and GeographyGBRAESOPEDUWe are a multi-disciplinary applied human geography and urban studies school; the premier school in the UK for spatial planning research and professionally accredited education.
Caribbean Conference for Town and Country PlanningBRBCAPPRO
Caribbean Network for Urban and Land ManagementMulti-nationalFEDAt The Caribbean Network for Urban and Land Management (CNULM), we believe that urban and land management enables the conditions necessary to achieve social equity, environmental justice and widespread prosperity.
Caribbean Planners AssociationMulti-national
Caribbean Planners InstituteMulti-nationalPRO
Carleton University, Azrieli School of Architecture and UrbanismCANEDU
Caspian Engineers SocietyAZEPROnonproft - bring the engineering culture to the Caspian region
Catalan Association of Planner TechniciansESPAETUPROThe Catalan Association of Technicians Planners (ACTU) is part of the Asociación Española de Técnicos planners (AETU). They voluntarily host professionals from different degrees, the activity of which bears a direct relationship with the Planning.
Catholic University of Chile, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban StudiesCHLEDU
Catholic University of Leuven, Department ASROBELAESOPEDU
Catholic University of Louvain, Department of Environmental Sciences and Land Use PlanningBELEDU
Catholic University of Salta, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningARGEDU
Catholic Univresity of America, School of Architecture and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Catholic Univresity of Mozambique, Faculty of Economics and Management, Department of Regional Development PlanningMOZAAPSEDU
Cayman Islands National Housing Development TrustCYMNGOA not-for-profit government company that establishes affordable housing initiatives and assisted loans with private banks in order to provide for low-income communities in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands Planning DepartmentCYMGOVEnsuring the continued physical development of the Cayman Islands, through sustainable practices, environmentally conscious legislation and promotion of a strong economy for present and future generations.
Center for Advanced Spatial Information Research, University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeUSAINSThe Center for Advanced Spatial Information Research seeks to position itself as an institution of national prominence in spatial information research by organizing and facilitating collaborative and interdisciplinary research, initiating and conducting focused and clustered research in spatial information and advanced spatial technologies, and organizing local, national and international forums for discussing the latest research results and technological innovations.
Center for Land Use InterpretationUSAEDUDedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge about how the nation's lands are apportioned, utilized, and perceived
Center for Reasearch and Environmental PlanningCHLNGO
Center for Studies on transport networks and urban planningFRAINSCertu is a member of the Scientific and Technical Network of the French Ministry for Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Territorial Planning.
Center for Sustainable Development UppsalaSWEEDUInterdisciplinary center at Uppsala University for studying and researching issues of sustainable development, including urban and regional planning
Center for Understanding the Built EnvironmentEDUCUBE, the Center for Understanding the Built Environment, specializes in community-based education which brings together educators, kids and community partners to effect change. Using our award-winning Walk Around the Block and Box City activity resources educators and their business partners can identify and carry out appropriate community outreach projects which reinforce the curriculum in relevant ways. CUBE is about community-building! Teachers can adapt curriculum for any grade level and any site.
Central European Institute of TechnologyAUTINS
Central Housing and Planning AuthorityGUYGOVThe Agency, which is under the purview of the Ministry of Housing and Water, has the following primary objectives: Divestment of Government land to eligible Guyanese for residential use;
Development of housing schemes and regularization and upgrade of squatter settlements; Orderly and progressive development of Land, Cities, Towns, Urban and Rural areas; Granting security of tenure, (Transports and Certificates of Title to Land); Preparation of development plans for urban centers; Provision of services (access roads, internal road networks, water distribution networks, drainage, electricity); and Collaboration with stakeholders for the development of sustainable communities.
Central Office of PlanningPOLGOV
Central Organization for Standardization and Quality ControlIRQINSCOSQC is an independent government agency and acts as a consultant on quality control and standardization issues. It also maintains relationships with international standards organizations. It is the central bosy in Iraq.
Central Planning BoardCUBGOVThe Ministry of Economy and Planning is responsible for directing, implementing and monitoring the implmentation of the at policy and the Cubans Government's economy, planning and communal services.
Central Planning BoardCUBGOV“Promote greater local initiative, promoting economic and social development and the solution of the problems faced by territories.”
Central Planning OfficeFJIGOVDepartment of Environment
Central Scientific Research and Design Institute for Town PlanningRUSINS
Central University of Venezuela, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningVENEDU
Centre for African Settlement Studies and DevelopmentNGAINSCASSAD is an NGO focusing on promoting improved quality of human welfare and environment in Africa.
Centre for Architectural and Urban StudiesCZEPRO
Centre for Architecture and Urban StudiesIDNINS
Centre for Clean Technology and Environmental PolicyNLDAESOPEDU
Centre for Education in the Built EnvironmentGBREDU
Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology, Faculty of PlanningINDAPSAEDU
Centre for Human Settlements, University of British Columbia, School of Community and Regional PlanningCANEDUThe Centre for Human Settlements, a unit within the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP), involves faculty and student associates from various departments at UBC in multidisciplinary research and capacity-building programs related to regional, urban, and community development. In 1990, CHS was named a "Centre of Excellence" in human settlements planning by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
Centre for Studies of Ecosystems, Climate Change, and Sustainable Development, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla AcademyUKREDUThe Research Centre's objectives are conducting studies on the following topics: Energy fluxes and stability of nature ecosystems; Influence of anthropogenic and climatic factors on ecosystems; Sustainable development.
Centre for the Environment and for DevelopmentCMRNGOCentre pour l'Environnement et le Développement (Centre for the Environment and for Development) - CED, is an independent and non-political organisation founded in 1994. The organisation was created as a reaction to the forest management crisis in Cameroon in the early 1990s, during which the country saw a large increase in industrial logging, illegal development and exploitation of forests, illegal poaching, and ecological, social and economic problems caused by this accentuation of commercial pressure on the forest.
Centre for the Environment and for Development in AfricaBENNGO
Centre for Urban and Community StudiesCANEDUThe Centre for Urban and Community Studies promotes and disseminates multidisciplinary research and policy analysis on urban issues.
Centre for Urban and Regional Planning, University of BaghdadIRQINSAn institute that allows students to understand the planning and organizational aspect of urbanand regional planning of Iraq.
Centre of studies and expertise on risk, the environment, mobility and planningFRAINS
Centre of Urban EducationRUSAESOPEDU
Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment- UusimaaFINGOV"The Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment (ELY Centres) are responsible for the regional implementation and development tasks of the central government."- Taken from the YLE English website
CEU San Pablo University, Department of Architecture and Building, Polytechnic SchoolESPAESOPEDU
Chalmers University of Technology, School of ArchitectureSWEAESOPEDU
Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of SloveniaSVNPROArchitects, urban planners and landscape architects are organized in the Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia (APS),. Zaps along with the Slovenian Chamber of Engineers (IZS) set up to ensure professionalism and protection of public interest in the field of spatial planning and construction of facilities and protection of third parties.
Chamber of City PlannersTURECTPPRO
Chang Jung Christian University, Department of Land Management and DevelopmentTWNEDU
Charles Sturt UniversityAUSEDU
Charrette CenterMulti-nationalEDUOnline compendium of Free Information for the Community Based Urban Design Process.
Chiba University of Commerce, Faculty of Policy InfromaticsJPNEDUA place where people, transcending closed specialties and mobilizing informatics, can nurture their ability to analyze the many issues we face today, comprehensively and
Chilean Society of Transportation and EngineeringCHLNGOdevelop and promote research within transportation engineering
China Academy of Urban Planning and DesignCHNPROThe China Academy of Urban Planning and Design is positioned directly under China’s Ministry of Construction, the entity that oversees all urban development in the country, and is China’s leading planning policy advisor. It is a national research and information centre that is involved in the field of urban planning and architectural design.
China Land SocietyCHNPRO
China Society of Urban Sciences ResearchCHNPROEstablished in January 1984, China Society for Urban Studies(CSUS) is a national, non-profit and academic organization formed freely by urban researchers, scholars, practitioners, and by a wide range of governmental agencies in social, economic, cultural, environmental, planning, construction, and management fields, as well as by research and educational institutions and enterprises.
Chinese Culture University, Department of Urban Affair and Environment PlanningTWNEDU
Chinese Culture University, Departmnet of Urban Affiar and Environmental PlanningTWNEDU
Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of ArchitectureTHAAUN, APRU, ASAIHLEDUUrban and Regional Planning
Chung Hua University, Department of Architecture and Urban PlanningTWNAPSAEDU
Chung-Ang University, Department of Urban Planning and Real EstateKORAPSAEDU
Chungbuk National University, Department of Urban EngineeringKORAPSAEDU
Cities AllianceMulti-nationalFED"Cities without Slums" The Cities Alliance is a global partnership for urban poverty reduction and the promotion of the role of cities in sustainable development.
Cities for a Sustainable FutureMulti-nationalORGDocumentation of actions and experiences in the cities and in the territory. Articles, reports and theoretical reflections on the current state of the cities and the alternatives that arise.
Citistates GroupMulti-nationalNGOThe Citistates Group is America's only journalist team focused first and foremost on metropolitan regions and how they position themselves to cope with the demanding economic, environmental, social challenges of the 21st century.
Citizen Planner Training CollaborativeUSAINSIt is the Mission of the Citizen Planner Training Collaborative to empower land use officials to make effective and judicious decisions in the areas of development, transportation, natural resources and the environment by providing educational opportunities, access to information and resources, and by enhancing cooperation among and integration of land use boards within local government.
City FixMulti-nationalBLGTheCityFix is an online resource for learning about the latest in urban sustainability. Launched in 2007, the site connects a global network of writers, urban planners, designers, engineers, and citizens who work to make cities better places to live. The blog is produced by WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, a program of the World Resources Institute that combines global research and on-the-ground experience to spur action to improve life for millions of people.
City MayorsMulti-nationalORG"Running the World's Cities"
City Mayors FoundationMulti-nationalORGAn international think tank dedicated to urban affairs, consists of professionals working to encourages city leaders to develop innovative and sustainable solutions to long-standing urban challenges.
City Planners Network of VancouverCANNGO
City Planning Association of JapanJPNPROOverview, town planning information and books and event introduction.
City Planning Institute of JapanJPNINSThe City Planning Institute of Japan (CPIJ) was founded in 1951 with the goal of promoting research into the science and technology of urban and regional planning.
City Planning ReviewCHNINSCovering urban studies, urban planning, urban construction, urban transport, urban management, urban geography, urban economy, urban environment.
City Protocol SocietyESPPRO
City Repair ProjectUSANGOCity Repair facilitates artistic and ecologically-oriented placemaking through projects that honor the interconnection of human communities and the natural world. The many projects of City Repair have been accomplished by a mostly volunteer staff and thousands of volunteer citizen activists.
CityNetMulti-nationalNGOCityNet is the largest association of urban stakeholders committed to sustainable development in the Asia Pacific region. Established in 1987 with the support of UNESCAP, UNDP and UN-Habitat, the Network of cities has grown to include 135 municipalities, NGOs, private companies and research centers.
City-Zen InitiativeNLDPROSeveral innovative solutions demonstrated in the field of smart grid, heat networks and sustainable housing in urban districts.
Clemson University, Department of Planning and Landscape ArchitectureUSAACSPEDU
Cleveland State University, Levin College of urban Affairs, Urban Planning, Design and DevelopmentUSAACSPEDU
Climate, Energy, and Building Committee, The Danish ParliamentDNKGOVThe Climate, Energy and Building Committee is one of the Danish Parliament’s standing committees. It deals with matters in the areas of national and international efforts to combat climate change; energy planning and energy supplies, including exploration for and extraction, conveyance, production and use of hydrocarbons, sustainable energy and energy conservation and ownership, location and safety of power stations; meteorology; state office buildings and the administration of university premises and buildings, including building regulations and experimental building.
Coastal Research and Planning InstituteLTUINSCoastal Research and Planning Institute is a research and education unit within Klaipėda University. It focuses on fundamental and applied scientific research as well as supports PhD studies.
Colegio de la Frontera NorteMEXALEUPEDU
College of Engineers of AndorraANDEDUThe Association brings together all professional senior engineering professionals, comprising the different fields of engineering, both to defend the legitimate interests of professional referees as to order his professional activity in society Andorra. The aim of the Association of Engineers of Andorra is to promote professional development, science and technology of its members; serve the community; ensuring the development and streamlining of engineering, prestige and prerogatives of the profession of engineer when to contribute to the economic and social development of Andorra.
Columbia University, Urban Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
Comité Interministrériel d'Aménagement du TerritoireHTINGOCIAT helps stear government policy on land use, protection and watershed management, water management, sanitation, planning and equipment.
Commission of National Government ProcurementHTIGOVTransparency in government procurement contracting, a step toward a culture of good economic governance
Common Market for Eastern and Southern AfricanZMBORGThe COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area was officially launched today setting the stage for the establishment of a single market for the 26 African countries in the Eastern and Southern African Region
Commonwealth Association of PlannersMulti-nationalFEDThe Commonwealth Association of Planners seeks to focus and develop the skills of urban and regional planners across the Commonwealth to meet the challenges of urbanisation and the sustainable development of human settlements.
Community Development SocietyMulti-nationalPROThe international Community Development Society (CDS), founded in 1969, is a professional association for community development practitioners and citizen leaders around the world. CDS members represent a variety of fields: education, health care, social services, government, utilities, economic development practitioners, citizen groups, and more.
Community PlanningGBRNGOThe community planning website helping people shape their cities, towns and villages in any part of the world.
Community Transportation Association of AmericaUSAPRO
Comoros General Planning CommissionCOMGOVComoros Government run planning commission
CompetitionsMulti-nationalNGOStay informed about major competition events in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning around the world. Discover successful strategies of well-known designers.
Congress for the New UrbanismUSAPROThe Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is the leading organization promoting walkable, mixed-use neighborhood development, sustainable communities and healthier living conditions.
Consortium for Sustainable UrbanizationUSANGOThe Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization is a New York based, non-profit organization formed to promote ​a better understanding of the role of sustainable urbanization and resilient design in the planning of our cities with a new found optimism about the urban future.
Construction and Planning AdministrationTWNNGO
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Province of Kwazulu-NatalZAFGOV
Copperbelt University, School of the Built Environment, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningZMBAAPSEDU
Cornell University, Department of City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional PlanningAUTPROCORP Symposia are held annually since 1996 and have become the major European conference dealing with impacts of information and communication technologies on urban and spatial planning.
Costa Rica Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Urban PlanningCRIEDU
Council for Canadian UrbanismCANPROThe Council for Canadian Urbanism (CanU) is a movement and organization of city planners, urban designers, architects landscape architects, engineers, developers and other urbanists operating across Canada, in urban design leadership positions within city governments and the private or community sectors.
Council for European UrbanismMulti-nationalFEDThe Council for Europoean Urbanism believes that European cities, their environs, and countryside are threatened by development trends which cause waste of natural and cultural resources, social segregation and isolation, the expansion of monofunctional uses / singles use zones, the loss of local, regional, and national uniqueness and cohesion... The Council for European Urbanism perceives itself as in the tradition of recent European urbanism...
Council of Architecture and UrbanismBRAPRO
Council of International Development Countries, Iraq National Capacity DevelopmentIRQUSAIDNGOThe program helped rebuild Iraq's civil service as part of a U.S. commitment to a strong, independent Iraqi government providing its people with food, medicine, power and a better future. The project's emphasis was on a long-term, sustainable Iraqi capacity to train civil servants and implement advances in their business processes.
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban HabitatSGPINSEvaluates and proposes plans for future skyscrapers in Singapore, associated worldwide.
COWI Urban Environmental Planning PorgramVNMINS"The purpose of the programme is to improve the quality of urban environmental planning in medium-size provincial cities. The programme provides support for activities at local level in a number of cities in the south of Vietnam."
CSIIT School of Planning and ArchitectureINDEDU
ctsEMBARQ MexicoMEXNGOThis agencies mission is to create sustainable mobility solutions that improve the quality of life in Mexican Cities.
Curtin University, School of Built Environment, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningAUSANZAPSEDU
CyburbiaUSAEDUCyburbia connects planners, students, academics, urbanists, and others who are interested in or help shape the built environment.
Cyprus Association of Town PlannersCYPECTP, CAPPRO
Czech Association for Urban and Regional PlanningCZEPRO"We are a voluntary association of experts dealing with the formation and regulation of urban development and rural settlements and landscapes."
Czech Technical University of Prague, Department of Urban Design and PlanningCZEEDUDepartment of Archintecture
DAI: Agriculture Reconstruction and Development Program for IraqIRQNGOThe program's goal was to restore and improve conditions for productive and profitable agriculture. DAI built on existing physical infastructure and human and institutional resources to address the underlying causes of weakness in Iraq's agricultural production.
Dalhousie University, School of PlanningCANACUPPEDUThe School of Planning provides a professional planning education at the graduate level. The Master of Planning program is recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners. Many graduates of the program become professional planners working for private firms or for government. Others will find that the education builds on undergraduate specialization by providing a solid foundation for careers in related spheres such as international development, environmental protection, or urban design.
Danish Association of PlannersDNKECTPPROThe Danish Association of Planners (FAB) is the only organization in Denmark organizing planners from different planning educations – architects, engineers, geographers, social scientists etc.
Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University CopenhagenDNKINSSBi, the Danish Building Research Institute is an institute at Aalborg University. Situated in Copenhagen the institute deals with all subjects within constructions and buildings and develops research-based knowledge to improve buildings and the built environment.
Danish Centre for Urban EcologyDNKGOVNational center that gathers knowledge about urban ecology, the management of how we develop our cities and towns
Danish International Development AgencyDNKNGODanish International Development Agency(DANIDA), is the brand which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, uses when it provides humanitarian aid and development assistance to other countries, with focus on developing countries.
Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy, and BuildingDNKGOVThe Danish Ministry of Climate and Energy is responsible for national and international efforts to prevent climate change, as well as energy issues, national geological surveys in Denmark and Greenland, meteorology and buildings.
Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural AffairsDNKGOVDanish ministry responsible for housing and urban development in cities and rural areas
Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban, and Rural AffairsDNKGOVThe Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs was established after the last parliamentary elections in October 2011. The ministry is responsible for housing, including the real property data administration, urban development in both larger and smaller cities and of development in sparsely populated rural areas.
Danish Ministry of the EnvironmentDNKGOVDanish ministry responsible for administrative and research tasks in environmental protection and planning
Danish Society of EngineersDNKPROSociety that is active within the fields of city planning, traffic planning and engineering, economics and more
Danish Town Planning InstituteDNKINSThe Danish Town Planning Institute is a private, independent institution that aims to showcase urban and regional planning in Denmark. The Institute addresses town planners, students, public authorities and interested citizens who wish to know more about town planning.
Danish Urban EcologyDNKPROThe construction impact on the environment. This database can be seen examples of Danish buildings and renovations, where developers and consultants has worked to reduce the environmental impact and thereby increase the quality of construction. Danish Centre for Urban Ecology has created this database to show where and how the eco-friendly buildings are being developed.
Darfur Development and Reconstruction AgencySDNNGODRA is formed and based on the understanding that Civil Society Organisations are well placed at the moment to participate and provide both humanitarian and development assistance to people victims of Natural and man-made disasters.
Darmstadt University of Technology, Faculty of ArchitectureDEUAESOPEDU
Deakin University, School of Architecture and Built EnvironmentAUSEDU
DEAL Martinique: Department of Environment, Land and HousingMTQGOVDEAL Martinique is in charge of a wide range of environmental issues including sustaibale development, transport, green building development and energy climate risks. One of their platforms is to provide a structure for evaluating public policies and support actions with monitoring the environment. They belive in public participation which they accomplish through public consultaions and publication of public inquires.
Delft Univrsity of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built EnvironmentNLDAESOPEDU
Department for Communities and Local GovernmentGBRGOVThe Department for Communities and Local Government's job is to create great places to live and work, and to give more power to local people to shape what happens in their area.
Department of Architecture and Building - Papua New Guinea University of TechnologyPNGEDUTrains qualified architects and managers and conducts research and development work to promote environmentally, culturally and economically sustainable forms development.
Department of City Planning Bangkok Metropolitan AdministratorTHAGOV"The Urban Development Planning Division under the BMA pays responsibility on planning and designing for the Bangkok’s Comprehensive Plan.
Department of Economic Affairs, Commerce and IndustryABWGOVDEACI focuses on the need for economic transformation towards sustainable economic development. The vision of the Minister of Economic Affairs is to strategically position Aruba as: "The Green Gateway" a knowledge- driven, entrepreneurial economy. DEACI's main objectives are to advise the Minister of Economic Affairs, Communication, Energy and Environment on domestic macro- and microeconomic policy and on international trade issues.
Department of Environment and Coastal ResourcesTCAGOV
Department of Environment, Food, and AgricultureIMNGOVThe Department works to protect and enhance the Island’s natural assets within the core principles of environmental, economic and social sustainability; whilst optimising quality of life, international reputation, food production energy security and outdoor amenity.
Department of Forests, PlanningVUTGOVThe planning section comprises of Forestry Planning, Forestry Inventory and Forestry Mapping. Its primary roles are to quantify and monitor the forestry resources in both natural and planted forests and provide advice to the traditional landowners on how to enhance their financial, environmental and social benefits from the resources. The traditional landowners bundle of rights to use, access and control the forestry resources are embedded with diverse cultures that differ by areas and islands. Therefore, the Vanuatu constitution ruled that all land including the natural resources on the land belong to the indigenous landowners and their descendants and custom ruling are the basis of the land rights and uses of the resources. The planning section only provides advices to the resource owners on how to sustainably manage and utilize their resources.
Department of Forward Studies, Urban Planning and MobilityMCOEDUProposes and implements urban development policy within the principality of Monaco
Department of Infrastructure and PlanningABWGOV
Department of Lands and Physical PlanningPNGGOVLooks to promote the best use of land in Papua New Guinea in the interest of all citizens by ensuring that an orderly process exists to be made available for sustainable economic and social developments and that land rights are guaranteed
Department of Municipal Affairs - Abu Dhabi City MunicipalityUAEGOVPlanning agency
Department of National Planning and MonitoringPNGGOVSeeks to make a difference to national development by adding real value through strategic planning
Department of National Planning, Republic of MaldivesMDVGOVMission: Plan, facilitate and co-ordinate national development towards a nation of excellence.
Department of Physical PlanningAIAGOVThe Department of Physical Planning is in the business of facilitating the orderly and sustainable development of Anguilla's natural resources and infrastructure.
Department of PlanningTCAGOV
Department of Planning and Building ControlIMNGOVPlanning policies provide the detail to guide new development. Often this is though the preparation of a Plan. All statutory Plans are approved by Tynwald. The Department has 5 planning policy officers (2 of whom are part time), who are based in Strategy, Policy and Performance Division. They are responsible for developing and reviewing the Departments core policy documents
Department of Planning and Disaster Min Chuan UniversityTWNEDU
Department of Planning and Environmental EvaluationNICGOVEvaluate environmentally responsible construction projects or businesses in order to prevent negative effects on the environment and public health.
Department of Planning, Ministry of Environment and PlanningBMUGOVResponsibly serving the people of Bermuda to ensure sustainable management of the natural and built environment.
Department of Regional and City PlanningIDNEDUThe Department of Regional and City Planning (DRCP), the oldest planning school in Indonesia is one of the five Departments within the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institute of Technology Bandung. The DRCP plays an important role in practicing regional and national planning. From now on, when the economic condition is devastating, the rate of urbanization is continuously increasing, bearing the inclining of urban problems. The change of political system, and the democratization has led to local autonomy and decentralization of development decisions at the provincial or local level. The demand of friendly environment-habitable settlement, and transparent development process should be met.
Department of Town and Country PlanningFJIGOVMinistry of Local Government, Housing, Squatter Settlement and Environment
Department of Town and Country PlanningTHAGOV“The department looks after the subject of planning and development in urban and rural areas in Bangkok
Department of Town and Country Planning Brunei DarussalamBRNCAPGOV
Department of Town Planning and HousingCYPGOVURBANGUARD aimed to facilitate the incorporation of urban sustainability indicators into the spatial planning process in Cyprus.
Design ExchangeCANNGO
Design that MattersUSANGODesign that Matters (DtM) is a non-profit design company. A leader in user-centered, context-appropriate design for social impact.
Developers and Urban Planners of LuxembourgLUXECTPPRO
Development Research and Technological Planning CenterEGYINSThe DRTPC does research, runs training programs, and offers consulting services to support development objectives. These projects look for international cooperation to advance development in Egypt.
Directorate General for Spatial Planning and Urban DevelopmentPRTGOVAs the national government agency responsible for spatial planning and urban development, DGOTDU is an important promoter of research concerning urban and spatial planning in Portugal.
Directorate of Soil Services/ Public Works and TransportMACGOVThe purpose is to make Macao a modern city with sustainable development, where people can live in harmony and comfort. The major functions include land management, urban planning, urban construction, public buldings as well as infrastructure development.
Directory of Development OrganizatoinsMulti-nationalEDUThe directory of development organizations, listing 70,000 development organizations, has been prepared to facilitate international cooperation and knowledge sharing in development work, both among civil society organizations, academic and research institutions, governments and the private sector.
DIYcityMulti-nationalNGODIYcity is a site where people from all over the world think about, talk about, and ultimately build tools for making their cities work better with web technologies.
Djibouti PlanDJIORGThe Djibouti Plan is a reform program for Djibouti organized by Abdourahman M. Boreh. It focuses not only on reforming policies and management related to urban planning and development but also encompasses ideas about reforming health, education, busniess, etc.
Dnipropetrovsk National University, Geologic-Geographic FacultyUKREDUThe following research directions have been formed at the faculty: “Recreative geography and tourism”, “Country-specific studies”, “Social geography and regional studies”, “Social geography”, “Toponymy and historical geography”, “Geography teaching methods”, “Geoinformation cartography”, “Environment state monitoring”, “Efficient nature management”, “South Ukraine stratigraphy and paleontology” etc.
Documentation Centre for Construction, Architecture, Town PlanningROMUrbandataGOVDocumentation Centre for Construction, Architecture, Urbanism - CDCAS - is a public institution, subordinated MDRL with technical advocacy role throughout the construction branch in Romania.
Dortmund University of Technology, School of Spatial PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
Dresden University of Technology, Department of Spatial Development and PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Spatial PlanningIRLAESOPINS
Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, Northeastern UniversityUSAEDUAs a “think and do” tank, the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy is equally committed to producing state-of-the-art applied research and implementing effective policies and practices based on that research. The Center’s collaborative research and problem-solving model uses powerful data analysis, multidisciplinary research and evaluation techniques and a policy-driven perspective to address critical challenges facing urban areas.
Durban University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Department of Town and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
Dutch Professional Association of Urban Designers and PlannersNLDECTPPRODesigning and planning in such a way that the management of the urban environment, that the damage to health and the environment at all stages of the process is, is reduced as much as possible.
Dutch Professional Organization of Urban Designers and PlannersNLDPROWith its 850 individual members, over 65 company memberships and an increasing number of institutional members and supporters such as academies and governments, the BNSP very amply represents the professions of Urban Designers and Planners.
East Carolina University, Urban and Regional Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
East European University, Postgraduate ResearchUKREDUThe University scientific schools work on fourteen research areas within a framework of a multidimensional scientific research of East European University of Economics and Management “Theory and methodology of institutional management in social and economic systems within a framework of an internal economic model under the conditions of globalization”.
Eastern Asia Society of Transportation StudiesJPNPRO
Eastern Michigan University, Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Eastern Regional Organisation for Planning and Human SettlementsMulti-nationalUNCH HABITATFEDEAROPH aims to consolidate and continually promote the provision of better quality of life, housing and planning in the Asian, Australasia and Pacific region. The EAROPH region has been acknowledged as the most dynamic in the world in terms of economic growth, magnitude of urbanization, population size and ethnic diversity.
Eastern Washington University, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Eco Town Program, Ministry of the EnvironmentJPNGOVEco Town Program, which was first created in 1997, put Zero Emission Concept (a concept to shift all the wastes generated from an industry sector to utilize as material in other industry sector, aiming at removing any types of wastes) as a basis for establishing an environmentally harmonizing socio-economy in local community. Also, the Program aims at promoting advanced environmentally harmonizing town by being integrated into a major pillar in measures to realize local revitalization.
Eco-Cities, Ministry of Housing, Equality of Territories and Rural PolicyFRAGOVThe challenge of EcoCities is to support growth and attractiveness of cities, to make them more respectful of their environment, less energy-consuming or peri-urban areas, while meeting the expectations of their current and future inhabitants. More broadly, the approach is in the fight against the artificial soils, air pollution and global warming.
Eco-cityDEUPROThe association uses for environmentally friendly mobility and the ecological use of energy and consumer goods. As a designer of many projects in the field of renewable energies, the association has many years of experience in environmental issues.
Ecocity BuildersMulti-nationalFEDEcocity Builders reshapes cities for the long-term health of human and natural systems.
Eco-city, Institute of Ecological Urban DevelopmentAUTINSThe "Eco-City" offers an alternative to the often impaired by pollution of city life, but also serves as a model for the transformation of existing cities. As such there will increase the quality of life.
Eco-Compact City NetworkMulti-nationalFEDCCN is a network of Cities, Institutions, Centers of Research, Developers, Architects, and Engineers interested in developing the culture of the COMPACT CITY. The aim of ECCN is to spread the culture of ECCN and constantly update the state-of-the-art of the COMPACT CITY in order to offer the best solutions to the development of an urban environment in balance with the natural one.
EcoGatewayMulti-nationalNGOWelcome to The EcoGateway. This guide to online resources serves the information and communication needs of individuals and organizations working to protect our environment and create a sustainable future. It contains links to more than 10,000 web sites and pages.
Economic Community of West African States: Mali Ministry of Economic AffairsMLIGOVA 15-member regional group that promotes the integrated economic activities of the member West African states, as well as the collective self-sufficiency of their development.
Economic Policy, Planning and Statistics OfficeMHLGOVThe Economic Policy, Planning and Statistics Office (EPPSO) serves as an economic advisor to the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. It is responsible for Policy and Strategy Development, Statistics and Analysis, and Performance Monitoring, Evaluation and Aid Co-ordination. EPPSO is directly responsible to the Office of the President.
Ecuador Planning AgencyECUGOVThe Ecuadorian Accreditation Service (SAE) is an institution concerning the quality and accreditation of conformity assessment at national and international level with innovative processes that contribute to strengthening the country's productive matrix.
Edith Cowan University, Faculty of Business and Law, Centre for PlanningAUSANZAPSEDU
Eduardo Mondlane University, Faculty of Architecture and Physical PlanningMOZAAPSEDU
Egyptian Society of PlannersEGYPRO
Eindhoven University of Technology, Urban Management and Design Systems, Architecture, Building and PlanningNLDAESOPEDU
Ekopolis FoundationSVKNGOFunds and manages grant programs that promote an active civil society that is conscious of environmental responsibility and the development of their local community.
Emergency Management Cook IslandsCOKGOVEMCI is the designated governmental division charged with ensuring the maintenance of the Disaster Risk Management (DRM) plan and all necessary sub-plans for the Cook Islands
Emergency Post Conflict Assistance ProjectCIVNGOThe objective of the Post-Conflict Assistance Project for Cote d'Ivoire is to improve conflict-affected communities' and individuals' opportunities for economic reintegration and access to social services, which will accelerate Cote d'Ivoire's crisis recovery and strengthen the prosects for sustainable peace in its territory.
Emirates Environmental GroupUAEPROThe Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) is a professional working group devoted to protecting the environment through the means of education, action programs and community involvement. EEG was formed in September 1991 and has since grown considerably in terms of its programmes and membership. EEG is composed of students, individuals, families, corporate members, federal and local government agencies, universities, colleges and schools, as well as reputed regional and international institutions.
Emirates Marine Environmental GroupUAEPROEMEG is specialised in dealing with various environmental issues. As the first marine environmental group in the UAE, EMEG provides services and solutions for a variety of projects focusing on a range of marine and terrestrial environmental issues from around the country.
Energy Policy and Planning Department: Ministry of EnergyTHAGOVResponsible for orchestrating energy consumption allocation.
Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Environment Agency of IcelandISLGOVThe Environment Agency operates under the direction of the Ministry for the Environment. It's role is to promote the protection as well as sustainable use of Iceland’s natural resources, as well as public welfare by helping to ensure a healthy environment, and safe consumer goods.
Environment and Natural Resource Dictorate, Saint Helena GovernmentSHNGOVThe Environment and Natural Resources Directorate brings together roles concerned with the management, conservation and regulation of the natural and man-made environment, allowing for a properly co-ordinated and joined-up approach. This includes lands, buildings, transport infrastructure, agriculture and the environment.
Environmental Design Research AssociationUSAPROThe Environmental Design Research Association is an international, interdisciplinary organization founded in 1968 by design professionals, social scientists, educators, facility managers and students. The purpose of EDRA is the advancement and dissemination of environmental design research, thereby improving understanding of the interrelationships between people, their built and natural surroundings, and helping to create environments responsive to human needs.
Environmental LawMulti-nationalNGOReferences updated by regional legislation, Italian and European law on urban planning.
Epoka University, Department of ArchitectureALBAESOPEDU
Erasmus University, Institute for Housing and Urban Development StudiesNLDINSMission Statement: HIS is ann international centre of excellence associated with the Erasmus University Rotterdam and operating on a global scale that offers specialized post graduate education, training, advisory services and applied
research in the fields of urban management, housing and urban environment with the msission to develop human and institutional capacities to reduce poverty and improve the quality of life in cities.
Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Section of Urban and Spatial PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
Estonian Association of PlannersESTECTPPRO
Estonian Land BoardESTGOV"The Land Board is a government agency that participates actively in the development and implementation of national land policy and provides the society with up-to-date land-related information."-Estonian Land Board Mission Statement
Estonian Ministry of Environment Planning DepartmentESTGOV" The task of the Ministry of the Environment is to create such prerequisites and conditions which ensure us and the following generations diverse nature and clean living environment as well as the sustainable use of natural resources."- Estonian Ministry of Environment
Estonian Planners SocietyESTNGO"Estonian Association of Spatial Planners is a voluntary, non-profit organisation for persons dealing with spatial planning."- Taken from Estonian Planners Society website
Estonian University of Life Sciences, Department of GeomaticsESTAESOPEDU
Ethiopian Civil Service University, Institute of Urban Development StudiesETHAAPSINS
Europe Forum ViennaMulti-nationalINSEuropaforum Wien has worked as a consulting and service company for cities and public institutions since 1996th We offer our customers high-quality services from government and administration of studies on consulting to hosting international conferences and management of project platforms. With creativity, energy and curiosity we dedicate ourselves to each project in order to develop the best possible solutions for their issues and interests for and with our customers.
European Academy for the Urban EnvironmentMulti-nationalFEDThe European Academy of the Urban Environment is aiming to encourage exchange amongst local government decision makers in all spheres of sustainable urban development by means of conferences, seminars and workshops; publications; SURBAN, the database on good practice in urban development; supporting the CEM-network of Central European Metropolises.
European Academy of Bozen/BalsanoMulti-nationalEDUThe European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano (EURAC) is a private​​ research centre located in the heart of the Alps. With a focus on mountain regions, but a vision that reaches to Europe and beyond, researchers come to EURAC from all over the world to find solutions for the most challenging issues of our age.​​
European Association of Country Planning InstitutionsMulti-nationalFEDFounded in 1966, AEIAR is one of the oldest European networks with about 21 members from 10 EU Member States working in the field of rural development.
European Association of Urban HistoriansMulti-nationalPRO
European Construction Industry FederationMulti-nationalFEDThrough its 33 national member federations in 29 European countries (28 EU and EFTA and Turkey), it represents, without discrimination, construction enterprises. Created in 1905, FIEC is the European Construction Industry Federation, representing via its 30 national Member Federations in 27 countries (27 EU and EFTA, Croatia and Turkey) construction enterprises of all sizes, i.e. small and medium-sized enterprises as well as 'global players', carrying out all forms of building and civil engineering activities.
European Council of Spatial PlannersBELAESOPFEDThe ECTP-CEU (European Council of Spatial Planners - Conseil européen des urbanistes) is the umbrella organisation for spatial Planning institutes in Europe.
European Environment AgencyMLTGOVThe European Environment Agency (EEA) is an agency of the European Union. Our job is to provide sound, independent information on the environment. We are a leading source of information for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, as well as the general public. At present, the EEA has 33 member countries
European Institute for Reginal and Local Development, University of WarsawMulti-nationalINSEUROREG is based in the University of Warsaw and is Poland's leader in interdisciplinary research and education in the field of regional and local studies and policies. EUROREG activities range from education and academic research, through applied research and evaluation to consultancy projects aimed at public authorities on local, regional, national and European level. This is reflected by the broad experience in managing, coordinating and collaborating in both national and international research projects, among culturally diverse research teams.
European Regional Science AssociationBELAESOPPRO
European Spatial Planning Research and Information DatabaseMulti-nationalEDUESPRID is a web-based Information Source for researchers and policy-makers concerned with Strategic Spatial Planning in a European context. It contains material from academic books and journals, policy reports, plans and policy statements, databases and websites. It also includes information on relevant experts.
European Urban Knowledge NetworkMulti-nationalNGOThe EUKN is a leading intergovernmental urban knowledge platform.
Europoean Urban Research AssociationDEUAESOPEDU
Expeditio - Center for Sustainable Spatial DevelopmentSRBNGOEXPEDITIO is a non-governmental organization whose mission is to encourage sustainable spatial development in Montenegro and SEE region through activity in the fields of sustainable architecture, cultural heritage, urban planning and through projects that encourage overall development of the civil society.
Federal Ministry for Regional Planning, Construction and Urban DevelopmentDEUGOV
Federal Office for Building and Regional PlanningDEUGOVThe BBR is a superior federal authority and a recognized research institute within the portfolio of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing. It came into being 1998 by the merging of the Federal Construction Directorate (BBD) and the Federal Research Institute for Regional Geography and Regional Planning (BfLR).
Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, School of Environmental Studies, Urban and Regional Planning DepartmentNGAAAPSEDU
Federal Research Institute for Regional Geography and Regional PlanningDEUINSRaumforschung und Raumordnung
Federal University of Ceara, Architecture and Urban Planning CourseBRAEDU
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningBRAEDU
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningBRAEDU
Federal University of Technology, Akure, School of Environmental Technology, Department of Urban and Regional PlaningNGAAAPSEDU
Federation of Austrial Regional PlannersAUTPRO
Federation of Iberoamerican Urban PlannersMulti-nationalFEDThe aim of the Federation contained in its statutes is to promote the relationship between planners and regional planners in Latin America and Europe on the principles of the right to the city and to decent housing; democratic participation, sustainability and cultural diversity; bridging the urban divide, reducing poverty and inequality, exclusion and spatial segregation.
Feng Chia University, College of Construction and DevelopmentTWNEDU
Feng Chia University, Graduate Institute of Architecture and Urban PlanningTWNAPSAEDU
Finland's Environmental AdministrationFINGOVThe environmental administration has developed an information system for monitoring land use planning and a monitoring form for detailed master plans, with the aim of facilitating the collection and distribution of data.
Flemish Association for Spatial PlanningBELECTPPRO
Flores University, Faculty of Social and Environmental PlanningARGEDU
Florida Atlantic University, Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Florida Planning and Zoning AssociationUSAPRO
Florida State University, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Foreningen Gaia TrustDNKNGO
ForopolisMEXINSPlanificación, Producción y Gestión de la Ciudad y del Territorio
Forum for Municipal PlannersNORECTPPRO
Forum of Development of the Gdansk AggomerationPOLNGOWe were established and exist to initiate and support various activities aimed at the development of agglomeration. We are particularly close spatial issues, for which we refer to already dominant in the Western world phenomena, such as: reurbanisation, revitalization, social participation etc. We recognize the crucial role of communication in the functioning of the city and we care about its sustainability. We believe that it should endeavor to increase the share of active forms of mobility and public transport using all available measures, including planning. We realize that in order to build an attractive city to live, strong local economy is required. We therefore support any actions to attract new investors to the agglomeration and the support already present on the local market, provided that it does not contribute to the deterioration of living conditions and the health of residents.
Foundation for Sustainable DevelopmentARGNGOFSD works with community led organizations in La Plata, Argentina to increase awareness of environmental sustainability issues and implement sustainable alternatives to energy use.
Foundation for the Development of Architecture and ConstructionCZEINSFoundation for Architecture and Civil Engineering fosuces on support and development of non-profit and non-governmental sector while promoting the development of architecture while preserving cultural heritage
Foundation for the Urban EnvironmentMulti-nationalINSThe FFUE objective is to promote the urban environment through publications and other activities, in particular the interface between: land use and planning, including heritage conservation; transport and mobility; environment, global and local
Free University of Brussels, Department of GeographyBELAESOPEDU
French Alliance for Cities and Territorial DevelopmentFRAINSThe PFVT includes representatives of the State, public institutions, local authorities, professionals, businesses, academic partners and non-governmental organizations. It coordinates development of strategies and the participation of French actors in the international debate.
French Council of Town PlannersFRAPROLe CAUE est un organisme departemental
d’informaiton, de conseil, de sensibilisatoin ,de formation, de rencontres et d’initiatives,
ouvert à tous. Il est créé pour promouvoir la
qualitéde l’architecture, de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement. Ilassume des missions
de service public dans un cadre et un esprit associatifs
French Council of Town PlannersFRAPRO
French Development AgencyFRAGOVFrance's official development assistance agency with a focus on sustainability and social responsibility. Works in Mayotte.
French Federation of Town Planning AgenciesFRAGOVLa Fédération Nationale des Agences d’Urbanisme (FNAU) regroupe 45 organismes publics d’etude et de réflexion sur l’aménagement et le développement
des grandes agglomerations françaises. Les agences d’urbanisme ont, pour la
plupart, un statut d’association où se
retrouvent, autour des collectivité
impliquées, l’Etat et les autres partenaires
publics du développement urbain.
French Overseas Departments and TerritoriesFRAGOVGeneral Contact
French Society of Urban PlannersFRAECTPPRO
Fukuoka University Institute of Quantitative Behavioral Informatics for City and Space EconomyJPNINSConsumer survey of migratory behavior and analytical methods of research. Introduction of the research summary and social activities.
Fundacion MetropoliMulti-nationalFEDBuilding a sustainable future
FUNDICOT - Interprofessional Association of PlanningMulti-nationalPROFUNDICOT interprofessional association is a nonprofit that since 1975, brings together renowned professionals in the field of Spatial Planning and Environment, from academia, business and government world.
Future Cities LaboratoryCHEINSA transnational planning organzation based in Singapore with ties to Switzerland, partnered with numerous universities in both countries and focused on planning "future sustainability in cities everywhere".
Future of PlacesMulti-nationalNGOWe are convinced that in the future, the most functional cities will be the ones that encapsulate the public realm and the people who utilize these places. This is a people centered vision for cities – one that enables a transformative shift in the traditional planning and management of cities, a shift that benefits everyone, specifically those at the bottom of the economic ladder.
Gadjah Mada University, Department of Architecture and PlanningIDNAPSAEDU
Gdansk University of Technology, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningPOLAESOPEDU
George Washington University College of Professional Studies, Sustainable Urban PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Georgetown University, School of Continuing Studies / Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Georgia Institute of Technology, City and Regional Planning ProgramUSAACSPINS
German Academy for Urban Development and Land PlanningDEUINSThe German Academy for Urban and Regional Planning promotes the goal of Urban and Regional Planning in science and practice . It fulfills this by dealing through scientific papers and reports, in presentations and at conferences, with the problems of the physical environment, the findings evaluates and makes available to the public . It also provides a forum where different groups of society and interested in urban development circles of the economy with experts planning for discussion will be merged.
German Association for Housing, Urbanism and Spatial PlanningDEUPRO
German Association for Urban Development and TradeDEUPROThe name urbanicomrepresents the combination of urbanity and commerce. We actively participate in the development of future-oriented concepts.
German Association of Towns and CitiesDEUPRO
German Institute for Urban AffairsDEUUrbandataINSDifu examines local government policies. It conducts interdisciplinary research on municipal problems and develops strategies to support towns and cities. The research institute for German towns and cities provides policymakers and civil servants with an up-to-date and reliable basis for decision making and action.
German Urban Planning InstituteDEUINS
Ghana Institute of PlannersGHACAPINSThe Institute delivers the following services to its members; Advocacy, networking opportunities, training, planning related news and events.
Global CommunitiesMulti-nationalNGOOur mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.
Global Development Research CenterMulti-nationalNGOThe Global Development Research Center is an independent nonprofit think tank that carries out initiatives in the spheres of environment, urban, community, economy and information, and at scales that are effective.
Global Ecovillage NetworkMulti-nationalFEDThe Global Ecovillage Network envisions a world of empowered citizens and communities, designing and implementing their own pathways to a sustainable future, and building bridges of hope and international solidarity
Global Environment FacilityMulti-nationalFEDThis organization is a collaboration of institutions, civil society organizations and private organizations from 183 countries. They work together to address environmental issues by creating developments projects and programs to supports things like biodiversity, land degredation, waste management, climate change, etc.
Global ExchangeMulti-nationalNGO
Global Forum on Human SettlementsMulti-nationalNGOThe Global Forum on Human Settlements (GFHS) is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization, legally chartered in the State of New York, USA. Its objective is "Building Sustainable Human Settlements and Promoting the United Nations Habitat Agenda". GFHS has been granted the Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC, and is a member of both United Nations Global Compact and the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI).
Global Green Growth InstituteMulti-nationalINSGGGI has been collaborating with the Government of Rwanda (GoR), particularly the ministry of infastructure (MININFRA) on national urban policy for green growth.
Global GridMulti-nationalNGOSince 2010, The Global Grid has offered localized and unique architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning and related news every weekday.The Global Grid uniquely publishes news specific to the town or city in which the author resides or is traveling. With a 150+ writer alumni, The Global Grid continues to grow as a destination for local environmental design news and perspectives.
Global Planners NetworkMulti-nationalFEDThe GPN is committed to Joining Voices ... Joining Forces ... Taking Action. The GPN is a plurality of voices with diverse and relevant experience to advocate for effective planning.
Global Planning Education Association NetworkMulti-nationalGPEANFEDShanghai Statement: On the goal of increasing mutual communication in order to improve the quality and visibility of planning education. To achieve this, it was agreed to establish a global planning education association network and committees to plan holding the second World Planning Schools Congress and to develop an inclusive communication network.
Global Site PlansMulti-nationalPROBranding for Environmental Design
Global Urban DevelopmentMulti-nationalFEDGlobal Urban Development is dedicated to serving and enfranchising people in order to heal the many places where the universal bonds of humanity and nature are now undergoing severe challenges; to restoring accountability and balance to urban development and community; to promoting and enhancing prosperity and quality of life for all people; and to strengthening communal and civic bonds not just for our time, but for the ages. Our goal is to initiate and build a worldwide awakening of human spirit and fellowship, of economic prosperity, social civility, political citizenship, and environmental sustainability, as a legacy for future generations.
Gothenburg Municipal AssociationSWEGOVOrganization of 13 municipalities in western Sweden working together to promote cooperation and exchange of ideas
Government Environment/Sustainable Development AuthorityCOMGOV
Government of Nepal National Planning CommissionNPLGOV
Government of the Republic of NauruNRUGOVNauru is a tiny island north-east of Australia. It is situated 42 kilometres south of the equator. Rich deposit of phosphate was discovered in 1900 and in 1907 the Pacific Phosphate Company shipped the first shipment of phosphate to Australia. To this day phosphate mining has remained Nauru's main source of economic revenue. The Ministry of Finance is an important central agency of the Government which is mandated to oversee and coordinate the effective management of public finance and resources in Nauru. The Ministry of Finance is comprised of four divisions: Treasury, Nauru Revenue Office (NRO), Planning and Aid Division (PAD) and the Nauru Bureau of Statistics.
Grand Paris AllianceLe Cercle Grand Paris de l’Investissement Durable est une organisation neutre et indépendante (association loi 1901). Le Cercle Grand Paris de l’Investissement Durable (The Grand Paris Alliance) a été créé en 2011 par Nicolas BUCHOUD, à l’issue de deux ans de travaux préparatoires. Organisation à but non lucratif, il promeut la mise en réseau des acteurs publics et privés du Grand Paris.
Le Cercle Grand Paris cherche à identifier et à valoriser les potentiels de développement économique, environnemental, social et d’emploi, spécifiquement liés au développement métropolitain. Les actions du Cercle Grand Paris de l’Investissement Durable s’inscrivent dans une perspective métropolitaine et internationale.
Une vingtaine de membres fondateurs forment le conseil d’administration de l’association, qui s’appuie sur un réseau d’une centaine de membres et contributeurs français et internationaux.
Gran Sasso Science InstituteITAAESOPINS
Graz University of Technology, Institute for Urban DesignAUTINS
Great Valley CenterUSANGOThe Great Valley Center (GVC) is focused on addressing critical challenges and improving the quality of life in California’s Great Central Valley.
Greater London AuthorityGBRUrbandataGOV
Greek Planners AssociationGRCECTPPRO
Green ArubaABWNGOGreen Aruba aims to bring companies and investors from Europe, Latin America and Aruba together on the subject of bringing sustainable solutions to the Caribbean and Latin America and the economic possibilities that Aruba has to offer in facilitating such business and trade relations.
Green LotusMMRNGOGreen Lotus is a French Think and Do Tank dedicated to promote sustainable development in Asia. They have worked in convincing politics, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and enterprises that green economy can provide prosperty for all, instead of growth for fews. They opened its first office abroad in July 2013, in Yangon (Myanmar). Green Lotus strongly believes that there is room for experiencing in Myanmar a genuine green way, and avoid neighbours’ mistakes and work toward making laws and investments oriented towards sustainable options.
Green Program in New Caledonia, Conservation InternationalNCLNGOCI has worked in in New Caledonia since 1996 and remains the only non-governmental organization to work in all three of its provinces. We work with every level of society, from local communities and municipalities to provincial and national governments.

GREEN is an overarching program that brings together our various projects in New Caledonia to demonstrate the benefits of maintaining nature’s bounty for people
Greenland Institute of Natural ResourcesGRLINSThe GINP does research on the sustainable use of resources within Greenland and effective protection of the environment. They advise and inform the government of Greenland and the general population about these issues.
Grenada Forestry DepartmentGRDGOVForests and forest resources play an essential role in the economic, social and cultural development of Grenada. They provide essential goods and services, and are an integral part of the national heritage. The conservation of the country’s forest resources is an economic, social and moral imperative. It should contribute to national development objectives, including the elimination of povertyinformation systems.
Griffith University, School of Environmental PlanningAUSANZAPSEDU
Growth and Regional Planning AdministrationSWEGOVGrowth and Regional Planning Administration section of Stockholm County Council
Guatemala MuniciplaityGTMGOVHandles most citizenry concerns regarding governments and city wide responsibilites
Guyana Lands and Surveys CommissionGUYGOV
Habitat International CoalitionMulti-nationalGOV
Habitat Professionals ForumMulti-nationalUNPROThe Habitat Professionals Forum (HPF) is a voluntary affiliation of international and regional associations of Human Settlements Professionals involved in sustainable urban development.
HafenCity University Hamburg, Urban PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
Hamburg Ministry of Urban Development and EnvironmentDEUGOVMinistry for town of Hamburg responsible for urban development, housing, and making the city more sustainable
Hanoi Architectural University, Faculty of Urban PlanningVNMAPSAEDUThe faculty houses many different departments from urban planning to environmental planning. They work with landscape architects and faculties at other universities to develop research projects.
Hanoi University of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Architecture and PlanningVNMAPSAEDU
Hanyang University, Department of Urban Planning and EngineeringKORAPSAEDU
Harbin Institute of Technology, School of ArchitectureCHNAPSAINS
Harvard University, Department of Urban Planning and DesignUSAACSPEDU
Helsinki- Uusimaa Regional CouncilFINGOVThe Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council is responsible for preparing development plans for its own region in cooperation with municipalities and other public and private actors. -Taken from the Uudenmaan Liitto website
Heriot-Watt University, School of the Built EnvironmentGBRAESOPEDU
Higher Institute of Urbanism, Territory and Environment, University of Buenos AiresARGINSThis program is a part of the University of Buenos Aires and focuses on the study of "urban phenomenon" and full spectrum of the scale of development. It looks at sustainabel solutions to development not only in Latin America but also across the world.
Higher Institute of Urbansm and Urban RenewalBELAESOPINS
Historic Towns ForumGBRPROThe Historic Towns Forum (HTF), formerly the English Historic Towns Forum (EHTF), has been supporting professionals working in the historic built environment since 1987. The Forum's events and publications focus on perennial and topical issues. This collective then offers a strong platform from which to lobby policy makers on behalf of historic towns and cities.
Hong Kong Institute of PlannersHKGPROThe objectives of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners are:
To promote and safeguard development and the environment in Hong Kong in the best interests of the community.
To raise the status and to safeguard the interests of the town planning profession and those engaged in it.
To promote the community's awareness of the contribution of town planning.
To promote education and research in town planning.
To ensure that town planning professionals in the practice possess adequate professional competence through the admission into the Institute's membership.
To secure the confidence of the community in the professional qualifications of members of the Institute.
To promote co-operation and understanding with other institutes and associations with similar objectives.
Hong Kong Institute of Urban DesignHKGINS
Hong Kong Public Space InitiativeHKGNGO
Housing and Building National Research CenterEGYEDUThe Housing and Building Research Center (HBRC) of Egypt is an independent governmental research establishment which has a board of directors and a Chairman working under the supervision of the Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities.
Housing and Community FoundationJPNNGOSupport of NPO · civil society organizations of town planning field, survey and research and provide information.
Housing and Town Planning ServiceCHLGOV
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating CouncilPHLGOVThe Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) is the government agency under the Office of the President created by virtue of Executive Order No. 90 (s. 1986), which serves as the oversight, the over-all coordinator, initiator and facilitator of all government policies, plans and programs for the housing sector; sets the overall direction and targets for the sector; and determines strategies, formulates appropriate policies, monitors, and evaluates the programs, projects and performance of the implementing shelter agencies.
Housing Developers AssociationARGPRO
Housing Industry AssociationAUSPRO
Housing Institute of Buenos AiresARGGOV
Housing Institute of CorrientesARGINS
Huairou CommissionMulti-nationalNGOThe Huairou Commission is a global membership and partnership coalition that empowers grassroots women's organizations to enhance their community development practice and to exercise collective political power at the global level.
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Department of Urban PlanningCHNAPSAEDU
Human Settlements Development Program (Asian Institute of Technology)THAINS"Sustainable development in the Asian-Pacific region through higher education, research and outreach. Established in Bangkok in 1959, AIT has become a leading regional postgraduate institution and is actively working with public and private sector partners throughout the region and with some of the top universities in the world.”
Human TransitCANBLGThe professional blog of public transit planning consultant Jarrett Walker
Hungarian Academy of Science Research Centre for Regional StudiesHUNGOVRegional and local development based on a solid scientific background is the key to a competitve and highly developed Europe.
Hungarian Institute for Urban and Spatial DevelopmentHUNUrbandataINSVati's goal is to develop Hungary, but creating insitutions and jobs for people in need. They have created strategies for the next 10 years in how to complete these missions.
Hungarian Society for Urban PlanningHUNECTPPROThe Hungarian Society for Urban Planning professional and social urbanization of their work or the interested organization is committed towards urbanism.
Hungarian Urban Knowledge CentreHUNNGOThe Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre was founded by the Hungarian Society for Urban Planning (MUT) in 2001. As a non-profit organisation the HUKC acts on behalf of MUT in national and international programs in spatial planning.
Hunter College of CUNY, Department of Urban Affairs and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Ibero-American UniversityMEXALEUPEDU
IBM Smarter CitiesMulti-nationalNGOSmarter cities drive sustainable economic growth and prosperity for their citizens. Their leaders have the tools to analyse data for better decisions, anticipate problems to resolve them proactively and coordinate resources to operate effectively.
Iceland National Planning AgencyISLGOVAmong the main roles of the National Planning Agency is to give advice on planning issues, assist local authorities in preparing spatial plans and to review and approve spatial plans produced by local authorities. The National Planning Agency is also responsible for preparing the National Planning Strategy on behalf of the Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources. The National Planning Agency oversees the implementation of the EIA and SEA Acts and provides guidelines in accordance with them.
Iceland Regional Development InstituteISLINSThe Institute monitors and researches regional development in Iceland. Its main function is to contribute to regional development through the implementation of government policy via the introduction of regional strategies. Its operations are aimed at strengthening settlements in rural areas through the support of viable, long-term projects with diverse economic bases.
ICLEI - Local Governments for SustainabilityMulti-nationalFEDWorlds leading network comitted to sustianability - involved within 1,000+ towns and cities
Imagining a Sustainable NeighborhoodFRABLGhCreated in 2009, this blog is the first virtual space devoted exclusively to sustainable neighborhoods. Its purpose is to facilitate the appropriation of cities by citizens and their representatives through a better understanding of the urban issue. Here you will find information, links and opinions on sustainable neighborhoods.
Independent University of Angola, Architecture and PlanningAGOEDU
Indian Institute for Human SettlementsINDINSThe Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) is a national education institution committed to the equitable, sustainable and efficient transformation of Indian settlements.
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Department of Architecture and PlanningINDAPSAINS
Indian School of Planning and ArchitectureINDEDU
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Department of Geography and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Indonesia Association of Urban and Regional PlannersIDNPROThe The Town and Country Planning Organisation (TCPO), technical arm of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, is an apex technical advisory and consultant organisation on matters concerning urban and regional planning strategies, research, appraisal, and monitoring of central government schemes and development policies.
Innovation Cities ProgramMulti-nationalThis program is designed to give you the data, training and tools turns your ideas into innovation where you are.
Institute for Advanced Architecture of CataloniaESPINS
Institute for East Asian Architecture and UrbanismMulti-nationalINS
Institute for Food and DevelopmentUSANGO
Institute for Geography and Spatial Research of the Polish Academy of SciencesPOLINSThe Institute is an important research centre in Poland in the fields of socio-economic geography, physical geography as well as spatial organization. Within the framework of the Institute, the Central Library of Geography and Environmental Protection is operating, this being one of the largest library centres of the kind in the world.
Institute for Habitat Development Co-PLANALBINSCo-PLAN is a non-profit organization that has contributed to sustainable development by enabling good urban and regional governance, tackling key environmental issues, developing civil society, impacting policies, and promoting community participation knowledge-making since 1995.
Institute for Housing and Space PlanningNLDINS
Institute for Housing and Urban ResearchSWEINS
Institute for Housing of Southern AfricaZAFINS
Institute for Operations Research and the Management SciencesUSAINS
Institute for Social and Economic ChangeINDINS
Institute for Spatial AffairsDEUINSThe aim of the Institute for Spatial Affairs is to retighten the rules of urban gatherings. The IFR sees itself as an urban-research network for manifestation in the interstices of HfbK and city.
Institute for Spatial DevlopmentCZEINS
Institute for Spatial PlanningXKXINS
Institute for Spatial PoliciesSVNINSInstitute for Spatial Policies (IPoP) is an independent research and consultancy as well as non-governmental non-profit organization, active in the field of spatial and urban development. It was established with the aim to integrate knowledge and experience of different sciences and practices dealing with space and place. In our work we cooperate with a variety of experts and organizations, including local civil society groups. We are thus developing a network of complementary organizations in the field of spatial and urban development as well as creating conditions for a common understanding of challenges, goals and solutions, leading to effective spatial and urban planning. We are focused on the processes, producing space and place from the bottom up, from the part of an individual, and are emphasizing the importance of long-term thinking. We are therefore developing participative decision-making processes and sustainable spatial and urban planning.
Institute for the City on the MoveMulti-nationalINSBecause mobilities are not just about transport but a societal issue, we need to look at the whole of society to do something new.
IVM: international research and action, innovative solutions, knowledge sharing. - See more at:
Institute for the Study of HabitatARGINS
Institute for Transport Planning and SystemsCHEINSPart of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, plans all transportation in Zurich and other Swiss cities.
Institute for Transportation and Development PolicyARGINSEncouraging pedestrian and transit oriented real estate development
Designing state-of-the-art environments for walking and cyclingCrafting policies that turn physical and cultural spaces into economic assets
Institute for Transportation and Development PolicyUSAINS
Institute for Urban and Regional PlanningARGINS
Institute for Urban DesignUSAINS
Institute for Urban DevelopmentCANINSThe Urban Development Institute is a national non-profit association (with international affiliations) of the development industry and its related professions that is non-partisan in its activities. With over 650 corporate members, UDI Pacific represents thousands of individuals involved in all facets of land development and planning, including: developers, property managers, financial lenders, lawyers, engineers, planners, architects, appraisers, real estate professionals, local governments and government agencies.
Institute for Urban Planning and DevelopmentFRAINS
Institute for Urban Planning and Urban DesignDEUINSCity Planning - There is no other issue that affects so many people directly as the future of cities around the world: Today, 50% of the world population live in cities or in urbanized regions. In 2025 it is expected that about two-thirds of the people live in cities. The city as a focus of social, technical, infrastructural and environmental problems underwrites the scope of duties for the mainstreaming urban planning and construction.
Institute of Architecture and Town Planners- Association of Engineers and Architects, and Academics in the Technological Professions in IsraelISRINSAEAI represents engineers, architects, and other academics across Israel, and support programs and legislation that supports and advances the interests of those people. They make contact and relations with similar organizations and people across the world.
Institute of Architecture and Urban and Spatial Planning of SerbiaSRBAESOPINS
Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning, ConstantineDZAINS
Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Department of ArchitectureSVKINSPlays an important role in the research, assessment and construction of modern Slovak architecture and development of industrial cities and housing.
Institute of Developing EconomiesJPNINS
Institute of Development StudiesGBRINS
Institute of Physical Planning and Muicipal EconomyPOLINSThe Institute deals mainly with issues of urban planning at scales from local plans by municipal and provincial studies to macro-regional development concept. In all these compartments The Institute offers: research, monitoring of the processes, forecasting changes, methodology of design and planning studies, concepts and specific system solutions, creating proposals for legal solutions, standardization and standardization in the field of spatial planning and municipal ongoing advice to administration government. It also has experience in the work to protect the environment
Institute of Planning and Promotion of HousingARGINS
Institute of Political Studies of Paris, Superior Cycle of Urban Political ScienceFRAAESOPINS
Institute of Regional Studies and Urban PlanningRUSINSInstitute for regional studies and urban planning conducting research in the field of spatial and strategic planning, preparation of strategic documents of regional development.
Institute of Rural Development PlanningTZAAAPSINS
Institute of Technology Bandung, Department of Regional and City PlanningIDNAPSAINS
Institute of Theory and History of Town Planning and ArchitectureBGRINS
Institute of Theory of Architecture and UrbanismURYINS
Institute of Town Planners, IndiaINDINSThe Institute of Town Planners, India, owes its origin to a small group of Town Planners of Delhi, who in 1947 decided to set up a professional Town Planning Institute on the lines similar to the Royal Town Planning Institute, London. The number of planners, which then did not exceed six, was too small for a registered society to be set up and therefore, the small group formed itself into an Indian Board of Town Planners and started working towards establishing a professional Institute.
Institute of Town Planners, Sri LankaLKACAPINS
Institute of Town PlanningRUSINS
Institute of Urban and Rural LivingNICINSRestore the right to adequate housing to Nicaraguan families, which allows to improve the living conditions of the citizens and also promote awareness and dignity, and recognition of the values ​​of justice and solidarity.
Institute of Urban Designers - IndiaINDINS
Institute of Urban EcologyUSANGOOur goal is to reconnect Angelenos and urban dwellers worldwide with the wonders of nature.
Institute of UrbanologyMulti-nationalINSThe Institute of Urbanology learns from its environment while contributing to its improvement. Its research is intended to be directly relevant to the localities where it works as well as anyone interested in urban development and neighborhood life.
Intelligent Transportation Society of AmericaUSAPRO
Intentional Communities OrganizationUSANGO
Inter-American Development Bank (Guatemala)GTMINSHelps with loans and payments to coutries residing in central and south America
Inter-American Planning SocietyMEXPRO
International Academy of Regional DevelopmentMulti-nationalNGOTo conduct basic and applied researchfor the regions on the basis of international cooperation. Organization and implementation of development and examiation of regional projects and programs
International Association for China PlanningCHNPROThe IACP (International Association for China Planning) is an independent non-profit organization of scholars, students, and practitioners interested in planning issues in China.
International Association for Impact AssessmentMulti-nationalPRO"IAIA is the leading global network on best practice in the use of impact assessment for informed decision making regarding policies, programs, plans and projects."
International Association for Town Planning and CommerceMulti-nationalFED
International Association of Cities and PortsFRAPRO
International Association of Public TransportMulti-nationalPROAs a passionate champion of sustainable urban mobility, UITP is internationally recognised for its work in advancing the development of this critical policy agenda. UITP has a long history to its name, and is the only worldwide network to bring together all public transport stakeholders and all sustainable transport modes.
International Centre for Planning Research, Cardiff University, School of Planning and GeographyGBREDU
International City/County Management AssociationMulti-nationalFED"provide services, research, publications, data and information, peer and results-oriented assistance, and training and professional development to thousands of cities, towns, and county leaders and other individuals"
International Cooperation for Development and SolidarityMulti-nationalNGO
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives [see ICLEI]Multi-nationalNGOICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability is the world’s leading network of over 1,000 cities, towns and metropolises committed​ to building​ a sustainable future.
International Council on Monuments and SitesMulti-nationalNGOICOMOS is an international non-governmental organization of professionals, dedicated to the conservation of the world's historic monuments and sites. ICOMOS provides a forum for professional dialogue and a vehicle for the collection, evaluation, and dissemination of information on conservation principles, techniques, and policies.
International Crime Prevention Through Environmental DesignMulti-nationalORGCrime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is defined as a multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behaviour through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely upon the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts by affecting the built, social and administrative environment.
International Development Law OrganizationMulti-nationalNGOKenya's has a large potential for develoment. They have a diverse economy and central role in regional transport, telecommunications and financial services, is hampered by low investments in the infrastructure sector and growing security threats. The country, home to a variety of ethnic, lingustic and religious groups, is undergoing a complex process of political, fiscal and administrative decentralization.
International Development NorwayMulti-nationalNGOIDN is a partner for local authorities and companies in projects combining sustaiable local economic development and international business partnering.
International Downtown AssociationMulti-nationalNGOThe International Downtown Association is a world leader and champion for vital and livable urban centers. Through its network of committed individuals, its rich body of knowledge, and its unique capacity to nurture community-building partnerships, IDA is a guiding force in creating healthy and dynamic centers that anchor the well being of towns, cities and regions throughout the world.
International Economic Development CouncilMulti-nationalNGOn 2001, the Council for Urban Economic Development (CUED) and the American Economic Development Council (AEDC) - the nation's largest economic development organizations - joined forces to become one: the International Economic Development Council. The IEDC is now the largest membership organization serving economic developers around the world. Our membership base consists of thousands of professionals with unparalleled expertise and collective influence, including: public agency professionals; utilities; non-profits; consultants; corporate development professionals; educational institutions.
International Federation for Construction, Planning and the Environment (COBATY)Multi-nationalFEDCOBATY is an international federation of associations, from all countries and gathering all those and all those whose professional activity is concerned with the act of building, urban planning or the environment.
International Federation for Housing and PlanningMulti-nationalFEDA network of international members dedicated in making cities better places for people, share informationa and experiences, and address human settlement issues.
International Federation of Landscape ArchitectsMulti-nationalFED"IFLA will promote the landscape architecture profession within a collaborative partnership of the allied built-environment professions, demanding the highest standards of education, training, research and professional practice, and providing leadership and stewardship in all matters."
International Institute for Environment and DevelopmentMulti-nationalINSIIED is one of the world’s most influential international development and environment policy research organisations. Founded in 1971 by economist Barbara Ward, who forged the concept and cause of sustainable development, we work with partners on five continents. We build bridges between policy and practice, rich and poor communities, the government and private sector, and across diverse interest groups. We contribute to many international policy processes and frameworks, including the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and the UN conventions on climate change and biological diversity.
International Institute for Sustainable DevelopmentMulti-nationalINSIISD’s missionis to promote human development and environmental sustainability through innovative research, communication and partnerships.
International Institute for the Urban EnvironmentMulti-nationalINS
International Journal of Urban PlanningFRAPRO
International Making Cities LivableMulti-nationalNGOThe purpose of the Making Cities Livable movement is to enhance the well-being of inhabitants of cities and towns, strengthen community, increase civic engagement, and improve social and physical health and sustainability by reshaping the built environment.
International Municipal Signal AssociationMulti-nationalPRO
International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and UrbanismMulti-nationalThe International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism, INTBAU, is an international educational charity which works under the Patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales to promote traditional architecture, urbanism and building arts.
International New Towns InstituteMulti-nationalFED
International Organization for StandardizationMulti-nationalINSDeveolpment planning organization
International Planning Blog
International Planning History SocietyMulti-nationalPROThe International Planning History Society (IPHS) is dedicated to the enhancement of interdisciplinary studies in urban and regional planning history.
International Planning Organizations [database]Multi-nationalBLGResearchers in the “Global Leadership and Change” course at the University of Oregon are compiling a directory of International Planning Organizations. The directory includes city and regional planning agencies, associations, institutes, ministries, societies and universities for countries, regions.
International Simulation and Gaming AssociationMulti-nationalFED
International Society of City and Regional PlannersMulti-nationalPROISOCARP is the International Society of City and Regional Planners. Founded in 1965, we are a global association of experienced professionals, bringing together recognised and highly-qualified planners from more than 80 countries worldwide.
International Tunneling and Underground Space AssociationMulti-nationalPRO
International Union for Conservation of NatureMulti-nationalNGOHelps find solutions to the most pressing environmental concerns throughout the world. It is the world's largest and oldest international, environmental organization.
International Union for Conservation of Nature (work in New C.)Multi-nationalNGOIUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to the most pressing environment and development challenges.
IUCN’s work focuses on valuing and conserving nature, ensuring effective and equitable governance of its use, and deploying nature-based solutions to global challenges in climate, food and development.
International Union of ArchitectsMulti-nationalPROThe International Union of Architects (UIA), is a non-governmental organisation, a global federation of national associations of architects, that are its members.
International University of Catalonia, Department of Urbanism and Spatial PlanningESPAESOPEDU
International University of JapanJPNEDU
International Urban Development AssociationMulti-nationalPROINTA is a global membership association where public and private policy-makers and urban practitioners comes together to share knowledge, experience and performing tools for integrated urban development
International Urban Planning and Environment AssociationMulti-nationalFEDThe International Urban Planning and Environment Association aims to foster dialogue on issues of urban environmental planning and sustainable urban development, and to help develop practical solutions.
Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urban PlanningROMEDU
Iowa State University, Department of Community and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Iran University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Architecture and Urban PlanningIRNEDU
Iranian Society of Urban PlannersIRNPRO
Irish Planning InstituteIRLECTPINSThe Irish Planning Institute is the independent professional body representing the majority of professional planners engaged in physical, spatial and environmental planning in Ireland.
Island VulnerabilityMDVNGOIsland Vulnerability explores the challenges which isolated geographies face when dealing with risk and disasters by examining the processes which create, maintain, and could be used to reduce their vulnerability.
Isle of Man Department of InfrastructureIMNGOVThe Department provides a diverse range of services for the Manx community including highways maintenance and improvement works, planning policy, mapping, waste management, air and sea port facilities, properties and asset management, coastguard search and rescue, the provision of quarries and raw materials to support infrastructure development and the construction industry.
Isle of Man Public TransportIMNGOVIsle of Man Public Transport is a division of the Department of Infrastucture. Public Transport operates bus services throughout the Island as Bus Vannin every day except Christmas Day, plus a unique network of heritage railways for an extended season.
ISOCARP Knowledge for better cities, Ecosystem Services and Urban Resilience in StockholmMulti-nationalPROISOCARP is a global association of experienced professional planners. This network brings together individuals and institutionsal members from more than 80 countries worldwide. This non-governmental organization is recognized by the UN, UNHCS and the Council of Europe.
Israel Green Building CouncilISRPROThe Council aims to advance sustainable building practices in Israel. They work with business leaders, members of the government, and environmental activists to provide guidelines and standards for green building projects.
Israel Healthy Cities NetworkISRINSThe network brings together governments, NGOs, and individuals to work towards creating healthier and more sustainable cities.
Israel Institute of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Town PlanningISRINSThe faculty houses the academic programs of architecture, planning, and industrial design. They work with a multitude of students at Technion University.
Israel Institute of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Town PlanningISRINSA college in Haifa, Israel's Institute of Technology that has undergraduate and graduate programs in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning and Industrial Design.
Israel Institute of Technology, Technion, Faculty of Architecture and Town PlanningISRAESOPINS
Israel Land AuthorityISRGOVThe ILA manages, regulates, and assists in the development of public land throughout Israel. They focus on land for residential and commercial use, recreation, and agriculture.
Israel Planners' AssociationISRPROThe association recommends representatives to planning institutions. The association is made up of regional planners, geographers, architects, economists, lawyers, sociologists, public policy experts, statisticians, academics and others.
Istanbul Metropolitan MuncipalityTURGOV
Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningTURAESOPEDUPart of the Faculty of Architecture, this department focuses on desinging more livable cities through tolerance, equality and cultural and natural resource preservation. The university offers 52 classses that teach leadership skills, written and oral persuasion and the innovative thought needed to be a successful urban planner.
IUCN Maldives Marine ProjectsMDVNGOINCU is the worlds first environmental organization. They have projects in over 160 countries. Conserving biodiversity is central to their mission but they also help the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environmental and developmental challenges. In the Madlives they are working on several projects involving saving marine life and the islands from sea level rise.
Jackson State University, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Jamaican Institute of PlannersJAMCAPINS
James Cook University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Centre for Tropical Urban and Regional PlanningAUSEDU
Japan Association for Planning AdministrationJPNPROFocus on the interaction between city planning officials and the resident community in attempting to solve their local problems.
Japan City and Regional Development BureauJPNGOV
Japan Housing AssociationJPNNGO
Japan Society of Urban and Regional PlannersJPNPRONPO corporation to consider the role of cities and regions, activities. Guidance of the organization overview and survey and research business.
Japan Urban Design InstituteJPNINSOverview, activity reports and events information. National block introduction and Japan and the world of urban design.
Japan Urban ObservatoryJPNINSThe Japan Urban Observatory (JUO) aims at bringing together disparate urban resources in Japan on a three pronged approach: Research and development, education and training, and policy and programme development
Japan Urban Planning DivisionJPNGOV
Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, School of Built EnvironmentKENAAPSEDU
JauzaprojectRUSNGOUrban planning and architecture.
K.R. Mangalam School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
Kabul University, Faculty of Engineering (including Architecture)AFGEDU
Kanazawa University, Institute of PlanningJPNINSRegional municipalities in Japan are endeavoring to improve public involvement in decision-making processes for urban planning and design, such as urban master plans, district plans, and townscape design (Machizukuri). To support public participation, we are conducting research into developing planning support systems using WEBGIS and VR technology on the Internet environment.
Kansas State University, Department of Landscape Architecture / Regional and Community PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for urban Regional Planning, Department of Civil Engineering, Geo-and Environmental ScienceDEUAESOPINS
Keio University of Japan, Program for Environmental InnovatorsJPNEDU
Kenyan Institute of PlannersKENCAPINSThe aim to the institute to enhance the art and science of sustainable local, regional and national human and physical development planning, and the theory and practice relating thereto.
Kenyatta University, School of Environmental Studies, Department of Environmental Planning and ManagementKENAAPSEDU
Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy, Town Planning FacultyUKREDU
Kherson State University, Department of PlanningUKREDUDepartment within Kherson State University on the study of urban planning.
Khmelnytskyi National University, Department of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Balanced Nature ManagementUKREDUDepartment within Khmelnytskyi National University on the study of urban planning.
Khulna Development AuthorityBGDGOVMake the rapidly urbanizing cities in Bangladesh focal points of better services and facilities providing education, health, recreation, transportation, housing, safety and security.
Khulna University, Urban and Rural Planning DisciplineBGDAPSAEDU
Kielce University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Town PlanningPOLEDU
King Abdulaziz University, Faculty of Environmental Design, Urban and Regional PlanningSAUEDU
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, College of Environmental DesignSAUEDU
King Faisal University, College of Architecture and PlanningSAUEDU
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Ladkrabang, Urban and Environmental PlanningTHAASAIHLEDUEducation and research on science and technology form the basis of national development
King Saud University, Department of Urban PlanningSAUAESOPEDU
King Saud University, Masters of PlanningSAUEDUUniversity working to achieve development objectives in response to the needs of a comprehensive urban boom and urbanization of Saudi Arabia.
Kingston University, School of SurveyingGBRAESOPEDU
Kiribati Ministry of Environment, Lands and Agricultural DevelopmentKIRGOVThe Environment and Conservation Division (ECD) forms part of the Kiribati Government’s Ministry of Environment, Lands and Agricultural Development. Its mandate is to safeguard the natural environment upon which life depends and to protect human health
Kiruna MunicipalitySWEGOVMunicipal planning organization of the city/municipality of Kiruna. Oversees city moving operations.
Kobe Design University, Graduate SchoolJPNAPSAEDU
Kogakuin University Department of Urban Design and PlanningJPNINSIn the Department of Urban Design and Planning, students can acquire the specialized knowledge, technologies, and management skills that they will need for creating communities, from the perspectives of both builders and residents, that are safe and comfortable, and that will last long into the future.
Kolomyia College, Institute for Natural Resources ManagementUKRINSDepartment within Kolomiya College on the study of urban planning.
Korea Institute of SandT Evaluation and PlanningKORINSPublic institution covering a spectrum of planning goals for South Korea. Primarily concerned with risk assessment.
Korea Planning AssociationKORPROKPA has about 6,100 active members, including not only individuals but also research institutions and urban planning departments of educational institutions. KPA also operates seven branches nationwide in Gangwon Province; Daejeon, Sejong & Chungcheong Province; Gwangju & Jeonnam Province; Daegu & Gyeongbuk Province; Busan, Ulsan & Gyeongnam Province; and Jeju Province.
Kryvyi Rih National University, Department of Urban Planning and EconomyUKREDUUrban Planning and Economy students master architecture and urban planning, transport networks, methods and means of reconstruction, landscape architecture; get the skills of CAD operating; study economy of construction, urban planning and management.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Masters program, Sustainable Urban Planning and DesignSWEINSThe Master’s programme Sustainable Urban Planning and Design educates students as professionals with a deep and holistic understanding of the multiple factors in sustainable urban development. Students are trained to adapt planning and design practices to the environmental conditions and societal needs of the future.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, College of Architecture and Planning, Department of PlanningGHAAAPSEDU
Kyic National Univerisity of Construction and ArchitectureUKREDUThe university is the leading educational establishment in Ukraine for the training of the specialists on the architectural and constructional field. Its authority is based on successful unity of many traditions being formed for more than 75 years and on introduction of achievements of the university sciences. In the years of its existence the university trained more than 65 thousands of engineers and architects including about two thousand of specialists for 75 countries of the world. Academic staff and scientists of the university have made a considerable contribution to national and world science on the field of construction and architecture.
Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Urban Regional PlanningJPNEDUOur research develops the theory to many problems occurred in cities and regions, such as land use, transportation, houses, and environment.
La Sapienza - Universita di Roma, School of PlanningITAAESOPEDU
La Trobe University, Humanies and Social Sciences, College of Arts, Social Sciences and CommerceAUSANZAPSEDU
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Faculty of Environment Services, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Lagos State Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban DevelopentNGAGOV
Lagos State University, Department of Geography and PlanningNGAAAPSEDUThe establishment of the Centre for Planning Studies by the Lagos State University was in fulfillment of one of its cardinal objectives, which is the provision of qualitative training in areas of critical need and relevance to the State in particular, and the nation in general.
Land Use LawUSAEDU
Lands, Urban and Regional Planning DepartmentNGAGOVLands, Urban and Regional Planning Department
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University, Art, City and Territory Department, Section of Town PlanningESPAESOPEDU
Latin American Association for the Promotion of Habitat, Architecture and UrbanismMulti-nationalINS
Latin American Center for Strategic Urban DevelopmentMulti-nationalINSCIDEU's mission is to promote strategic thinking in the processes of design and management of urban projects for the sustainable development of Latin American cities through strategic planning.
Latvian Association of Spatial PlannersLVAISOCARPPROProfessional NGO that helps bring together planning specialists.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Neighborhood DevelopmentUSANGOLEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND), where "LEED" stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a United States-based rating system that integrates the principles of smart growth, urbanism and green building into a national system for neighborhood design.
Legal Information Institute, Land UseUSAINSThe law is a complex and complicated system of knowledge that is more difficult to find and understand than it should be. While we do not offer legal advice, we try to develop systems that allow users from outside the legal profession to more easily access and understand the laws that govern them.
Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural PlanningDEUINSResearches spatial aspects and contexts of social action in terms of processual and historical dimensions.
Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional PlanningDEUAESOPINS
Lesotho Ministry of Development PlanningLSOGOV
Libyan Urban Planning SocietyLBYBLGThis blog is maintained (temporarily) on behalf of the establishing team of the Libyan Urban Planning Society (LUPS) by Mansour Elbabour
Lillehammer College, Department of Social SciencesNORAESOPEDU
Lincoln Institute of Land PolicyUSAINSThe Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is the leading resource for key issues concerning the use, regulation, and taxation of land. Providing high quality education and research, the Lincoln Institute strives to improve public dialogue and decisions about land policy.
Lincoln UniversityNZLANZAPSEDU
Lithuanian Ministry of EnvironmentLTUGOVGovernment Ministry
Living StreetsGBRNGOLiving Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. We work with you to create safe, attractive, enjoyable streets where it’s great to walk.
Local Government CommissionUSANGOWe are a nonprofit organization that fosters innovation in local environmental sustainability, economic prosperity and social equity.
Local Governments for SustainabilityMulti-nationalFEDWe are a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities and urban regions, 450 large cities, 450 small and medium-sized cities and towns in 84 countries dedicated to sustainable development
Local Resource Center (Gaha Hita)MMRNGOLocal Resource Centre’s (LRC) mission is to support the holistic development of civil society in Myanmar. LRC aims to empower civil society organizations (CSOs) by promoting institutional development through skill development and information sharing. At the societal level, LRC creates space and opportunities for CSOs to engage and collaborate together with other public and private stakeholders. Through broad-based dialogue and research-based advocacy, LRC strives to realize a more enabling policy environment for civil society engagement and contribute to a vibrant collective culture among CSOs in Myanmar.
London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Geography, Regional and Urban Planning StudiesGBRAESOPEDU
Low Carbon, Livable Cities, The World Bank GroupMulti-nationalWBGNGOThe Low-Carbon, Livable Cities Initiative helps rapidly-growing cities plan for smart, sustainable, green, and inclusive growth.
Low Impact Development CenterUSANGOThe Low Impact Development Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Low Impact Development technology. Low Impact Development is a comprehensive land planning and engineering design approach with a goal of maintaining and enhancing the pre-development hydrologic regime of urban and developing watersheds.
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Lulea University of Technology, Division of Architecture and WaterSWEAESOPEDU
Luleå University of Technology, Master Program in Climate Sensitive Urban Planning and BuildingSWEEDUClimate change and normal seasonal variations in climate justify an entirely new international Master's program at LTU. It is about "climate sensitive planning and build" which is justified in order to have a long-term sustainable urban development.
Lusofona University, Urban Planning and Land ManagementPRTEDUThe TOWN PLANNER ¿Coordinates and collaborates and assists in conducting studies and plans aimed at spatial planning and the planning of physical, spatial, environmental, urban and rural areas: defines and implements, integrating interdisciplinary teams, plans related to phenomena of urbanization and development in their multiple facets, namely residential, industrial, commercial, rural and infrastructures; identifies situations, formulates diagnosis, and puts forward solutions for the organization of space; studies and proposes possible solutions or models designed to obtain a functional and aesthetic integration in each area of the established territories; coordinates the groundwork of urban plans and additional studies and supervises the implementation and negotiation processes, disclosure and public participation of the same.
Macao Urban Planning InstituteMACINS
Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningBRAEDU
Macquarie University, Department of Environment and GeographyAUSANZAPSEDU
Makerere University, College of Engineering Design, Department of Architecture and Physical PlanningUGAAAPSEDU
Making Cities Resilient, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionMulti-nationalUNThe Making Cities Resilient: 'My City is getting ready!' campaign, launched in May 2010, addresses issues of local governance and urban risk. With the support and recommendation of many partners and participants, and a Mayors Statement made during the 2011 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, the Making Cities Resilient campaign will carry on beyond 2015.
Malawi Institute of Physical PlannersMWICAPINS
Malaysian Institute of PlannersMYSCAPINS
Maldives National University, Bachelor of Environmental ManagementMDVEDUBachelor of Environmental Management (BEM)course is designed to train skilled professionals in the area of environmental management so that Maldives continue to develop in a way that advances sustainable human development by providing a highest possible quality of life for the our people through the wise use and development of natural resources.
Malmo University, Urban Studies ProgramSWEEDUUrban Studies conducts multidisciplinary research with a wide range of topics – architecture, built environment, ethnology, building science, business administration, gender studies, history, sports science, interaction design, international migration and ethnic relations, cultural geography, landscape architecture, management and organization, criminology, media and communication science, environmental science, psychology, political science, sociology and educational sciences
Malta Chamber of PlannersMLTECTP, CAPPROThe Chamber is an autonomous professional organization, not affiliated to any political party.
Malta Environment and Planning AuthorityMLTGOV(taken from original document) The Malta Environment and Planning Authority is committed to ensure that land use and the protection of the environment meet the needs of today’s society and future communities. We are working to ensure a quality of life that will be in harmony with our natural, cultural and built environment. In so doing we are seeking to implement sustainable development that safeguards
Management Centre of the MediterraneanCYPPROThe Management Centre of the Mediterranean is a fully resourced support centre. It provides management and sustainable development services to organizations in non-profit, private and public sectors.
Manitoba Professional Planners InstituteCANCIPINSOur mission is to promote pride and excellence in professional planning as it applies to the stewardship of the natural and built environments and to the building of healthy communities
Manufactured Housing InstituteUSAINS
MARA University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and SurveyingMYSEDU
Marshall Islands Marine Resource AuthorityMHLINSMIMRA's goals are to expand mangagement of coastal fisheries at the local government and community level
Marshall Islands Research AllianceMHLINSThe Marshall Islands Research Alliance includes membership from the Ministry of Education, College of the Marshall Islands, Assumption School, Majuro Cooperative School, and the Economic Policy, Planning and Statistics Office. The alliance aims to increase collaboration and connectedness across the education sector, and focuses on optimizing data systems and strengthening teacher effectiveness and preparation.
Maseno University, School of Planning and Architecture, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningKENAAPSEDU
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and PlanningUSAACSPINS
Massey University, Resource and Environmental Planning DepartmentNZLANZAPSEDUResource and Environmental Planning Department concerned with "natural and human dimensions in the world around us"
Mayors' Institute on City DesignUSAINSThe Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD) is a leadership initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the American Architectural Foundation and the United States Conference of Mayors with support from United Technologies. Since 1986, the Mayors’ Institute has helped transform communities through design by preparing mayors to be the chief urban designers of their cities.
MBS School of Planning and ArchitectureINDEDU
McGill Univresity, School of Urban PlanningCANACUPPEDU
Mediterranean Action PlanMulti-nationalUNINSThe main objectives of the Mediterranean Action Plan are to assist the Mediterranean countries to assess and control marine pollution, to formulate their national environment policies, to improve the ability of governments to identify better options for alternative patterns of development, and to optimize the choices for allocation of resources.
Mesa de Planificacion RegionalCOLPRO
Metadata for Architectural Contents in EuropeMulti-nationalINSMACE connects the most prominent large digital architecture archives world-wide, thus bringing together resources about realized and planned architectural projects, and opens these archives to the interested public. In addition to finding, accessing and using respective contents, MACE also supports the inspiration of architects and improves their education.
MetropolisMulti-nationalNGOAn international association of global cities working towards developing solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, the economy, the environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
Metropolis FoundationNLDNGO
Metropolis MagazineMulti-nationalPROUniquely positioned at the convergence of architecture, design and culture, Metropolis powers your business with the collective strength of our award-winning print magazine; digital, social and mobile channels; global network of journalists and critics; and our highly engaged, loyal audience.
Metropolitan Autonomous UniversityMEXALEUPEDU
Metropolitan Research InstituteHUNINSThe purpose of the MRI research isto improve the development and performance of European cities. From there work, there has been an increase in international projects such as UN Habitat, World Bank, and many others. They want to create sustainable and inclusive development of European citites, such as inner city regeneration, the problems of large housing estates, urban spraw, rental sector deficiencies, municipal budgeting, urban mobility issues, the problems of ethnic minorities.
Metropolitan SolutionsDEUPROMetropolitan Solutions is a single showcase that comprises international conferences, an exhibition area and a matchmaking platform. It’s a powerful mix that enables decision makers from the public sector, industry, R&D and government to engage in quality dialogue on sustainable urban development. If smart, sustainable urban development is important to you, then it’s definitely a show you are not going to want to miss!
Mexican Institute of Urban PlanningMEXINSThe IMU is a nonprofit institution that brings together professionals from various disciplines, academics, students, vendors and artists, in order to promote proper urban design and the forecast for growth. This was done to achieve sustainable environments and improve the quality of life of people living in built spaces.
Mexican Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and FoodMEXGOVPromote the development of the country and seas of the country to enable the sustainable use of its resources, sustained and balanced growth of the regions, generating attractive jobs that foster rooted in rural areas
Mexican Secretary of Communication and TransportationMEXGOVBeing an efficient management dependence on its leadership in the sector, ensuring the country and modern communications infrastructure and sufficient transport, promoting the provision of quality services
Miami University, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Michigan Land Use InstituteUSAINSMLUI is optimistic about Michigan’s future. Our unparalleled natural resources and our deeply rooted agricultural heritage are assets to be enjoyed and protected. We envision a state with a strong and diversified economy that offers opportunities for people from all walks of life: new jobs throughout the state in clean energy and agriculture; towns and cities that are vibrant, exciting centers of community, arts, culture, and commerce; and more options to get around with a diverse transportation infrastructure that makes it easy to choose walking, biking, public transit, or access to a well-maintained road network.
Michigan State University, School of Planning, Design and ConstructionUSAACSPEDU
Middle East Partnership InitiativeXWBNGOMEPI supports organizations and individuals in their efforts to promote political, economic, and social reform in the Middle East and North Africa.
Middle East Technical University, Department of City and Regional PlanningTURAESOPEDUStated on their main page: "Established in 1961, the Department of City and Regional Planning is one of the oldest and largest schools of planning in Turkey. With more than 2,000 graduates and not less than 400 undergraduate and graduate students today, the Department of City and Regional Planning has played a key role not only in planning education but also in the development of urban research in Turkey."
Military Operations Research SocietyUSAPRO
Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Faculty of Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning DepartmentTUREDUThe Faculty of Architecture consists of 18 professors, 176 lectures, and 1654 enrolled students. Their mission is to educate the next set of professionals and equip students with an understanding of the needs of the country through research, publications, and activities. These lessons will be open to public orgnaizations for support.
Minister of Equipment, Regional and Rrban Planning, Interior Transportation and EnvironmentPYFGOV
Minister of State for Rural DevelopmentCAFGOVCentral African Republic's Department of Rural Development oversees affairs in rural planning and development efforts
Minister of Territorial Equality and HousingFRAGOV
Minister of Urban Development, Housing and SanitationBENGOV
Ministry for Education, Research and Culture (Faroe Islands)FROGOVThe Ministers for culture in the Nordic countries and the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Aland have the overriding responsibility for cultural co-operation within the Nordic Council of Ministers. The overall goal includes encouraging diversity of cultural expression and promoting artists and their work.
Ministry for Sustainable Development, the Environment and ClimateMLTGOV
Ministry for the EnvironmentNZLGOVThis department advises the government on all policies and issues that effect the environment. They published the New Zealand Urban Design Protocol in 2005 to emphasize the importance of environmentally concientious urban design. "Our mission is environmental stewardship for a prosperous New Zealand"
Ministry for the Environment and Natural ResourcesISLGOVThe ministry supervises the affairs pertaining to nature in Iceland, conservation and outdoor recreation, the protection of animals, wild-life management, pollution prevention, hygiene, planning and building matters, fire prevention, weather forecasting and avalanche-protection, surveying and cartography, forestry and soil conservation, environmental monitoring and surveillance.
Ministry of Agrarian DevelopmentBRAGOVA government agency that promotes the development policy of rural Brazil, the democratization of access to land, and management of land ownership.
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (South Sudan)SSDGOV
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentCAFGOVCentral African Republic's Department of Agriculture and Rural Development aims to plan for the protection and maintenance of the country's farmlands.
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentCOLGOV
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Planning AuthorityISRGOVResponsible for the planning of government, settlement and village.
Ministry of Agriculture Planning and DevelopmentLBRGOV
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water EconomyMKDGOV
Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the EnvironmentATGGOV
Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing, Cooperatives and Fisheries, Physical Planning, Communications, Works, Public Utilities, Post, Natural Resources and EnvironmentKNAGOV
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and CropsGTMGOVWe are a strategic state institution that contributes to integrated rural development of the country , it promotes legal certainty, the transformation and modernization of agriculture , developing productive , organizational and commercial capacities of producers to achieve sovereignty, food security and competitiveness with clear rules and regulations for handling products in the domestic and international market under the principles of transparency , subsidiarity , effectiveness, efficiency , equity, multiculturalism and interculturalism .
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and FisheriesECUGOVThe Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries (Ecuador) is the legal authority responsible to regulate, facilitate, control and manage agricultural, livestock, fish and aquaculture production in the country.
Ministry of Agriculture, Marine Resource and Local Government, Department of CooperativesBHSGOVOversees credit unions, cooperatives and farming associations
Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and EnvironmentCYPGOVThe Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment undertakes the immense responsibility, to promote through an integrated coordination, the protection and sustainable management of the environment, natural resources, and the sustainable management of agricultural, livestock and fisheries production.
Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Housing, Lands and EnvironmentMSRGOVMALHE is a larger organization that encompasses the departments of Agriculture, Trade, Housing, Lands and Environment
Ministry of Agriculture, Viniculture, and Rural DevelopmentLUXGOVThe Ministry is in charge of the execution of agricultural policy and coordinates actions that result. It has under its umbrella the following administrations and public services
Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (Namibia)NAMGOVThe Mission of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry is to realize the potential of the Agricultural, Water and Forestry sectors towards the promotion of an efficient and sustainable socio-economic development for a prosperous Namibia.
Ministry of CitiesBRAUNGOVgeneral contact
Ministry of Cities, Regional Planning and the EnvironmentPRTGOV
Ministry of Climate and EnvironmentNORGOVThe Ministry of Climate and Environment has a particular responsibility for carrying out the environment policies of the Government.
Ministry of Communications and WorksVGBGOV
Ministry of Construction and Housing and Utilities of the Russian FederationRUSGOVThe Office carries out development and implementation of state policy and normative-legal regulation in the sphere of construction, architecture, urban planning and housing-communal services, providing public services, manages state property in the relevant field.
Ministry of Construction and Regional DevelopmentSVKGOVManages projects of infrastructure development and promotes implementation of cooperative euroregional development strategies.
Ministry of Construction and Spatial PlanningHRVGOVThe Ministry is in charge of planning and protecting spaces in Croatia, achieving international cooperation in urban planning, preparing zoning of counties and muncipalities, and establishing conditions for design and construction permits. The Ministry also oversees how EU and other internation planning funds will be implemented.
Ministry of Development and Economic PlanningSLEGovThe ministry's purpose is to formulate and implement sound economic policies and public financial management, ensure growth and development in the context of a stable macroeconomic environment.
Ministry of Development and New Communities- General Organization for Physical PlanningEGYGOVThe GOPP reviews and sets goals for urban and regional planning goals within Egypt. They seek to develop an integrated and sustainable vision for the future of urban Egypt.
Ministry of Development of Investment and International CooperationTUNGOVThe Ministry of Development of Investment and International Cooperation seeks to establish significant results especially in terms of the sustainability of the pace of growth, investment impulse, export promotion, the intensification creating new jobs particularly for graduates of higher education. Performances are mainly attributable to the qualitative leap of economic development policy and that, given the relevance of the choices and orientations in addition to the implementation of major structural reforms consisting of liberalizing the economy, consolidate its competitiveness and its gradual integration into the global sphere.
Ministry of Development PlanningBOLGOVThe missions of the Ministry of Development Planning is formulating policies for the rural economy, as well as promote efficiency, effectiveness and equity in public investment and financing for development projects.
Ministry of Development Planning and Aid CoordinationSLBFED
Ministry of Development, Land DepartmentBRNGOV
Ministry of Devolution and PlanningKENGOVTo be a centre of excellence in planning, service delivery transformation and devolution for a high quality of life for all Kenyans.
Ministry of District Administration, Planning, Agriculture and HousingCYMGOV
Ministry of District Administration, Tourism and TransportCYMGOVOversees the organization of business plans that promote long-term strategies of development and the management of resources effectively and efficiently.
Ministry of Ecology, Sustainability and EnergyFRAGOVThe Ministry make suggestions based on scientific data and economic expertise. It focuses on sustainable development and energy consumption.
Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and EnergyFRAGOVWithin this Ministry, the Commissariat Général au Développement Durable (Sustainable Development Commissariat) has a Department for Research and Innovation which is responsible for the implementation and operational management of research programmes such as the GICC programme dealing with Climate Change Impacts and Management.
Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and EnergyFRAGOVAgency of the government of France responsible for environmental policy, housing, and transportation
Ministry of Economic Development and PlanningSWZGOVThe mandate of the ministry is to assist Government in the formulation, co-ordination and implementation of economic policies and intervention measures
Ministry of Economy and Sutainable Development of GeorgiaGEOGOVgovt. ministry
Ministry of Economy, Planning and International CooperationCAFGOVCentral African Republic's Department of State of Planning, Economy, and International Cooperation looks to oversee national and regional planning initiatives in conjunction with international aid efforts.
Ministry of Education and Community DevelopmentSURGOV
Ministry of Education- Planning andDevelopment (Namibia)NAMGOVThe Directorate is responsible for overall policy coordination and strategic planning. This is carried out through various activities that include budget planning, cost estimates and economic analysis, coordination of ministerial annual plans, policy analysis, monitoring of development budget performance, data collection and analysis plus production of report of analysis, cost estimates and overall economic forecasting within the budgetary allocations.
Ministry of Empowerment and Community DevelopmentCYMGOV
Ministry of Energy , Mines , Water and EnvironmentMARGOVThis ministry deals with the protection and monitoring of natural resources. It also conducts impact studies and looks at ways of integrating and maintaining the environment while developing land.
Ministry of Environment and Physical PlanningMKDGOV
Ministry of Environment and Quality of LifeMUSGOVResponsible for environment and quality of life in Mauritius
Ministry of Environment and Spatial planningSVNGOVThe Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning ensures a healthy living environment for all the citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and promote and coordinate efforts towards sustainable development, taking care of social welfare based on the wise and efficient use of natural resources.
Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning of Kosovo, Institute for Spatial PlanningXKXGOV
Ministry of Environment and Urban PlanningTURGOV
Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate ChangeGRCGOVThe Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change works to achieve the protection of the natural environment and resources, the improvement of quality of life, the mitigation and adjustment to the implications of climate change and the enhancement of mechanisms and institutions for environmental governance. The Ministry will implement a series of actions in collaboration with public administration, the private sector, social partners, citizens and international community, in order to achieve the strategic objectives and eventually establish the pillars of Green Development.
Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources, Physical Planning and FisheriesDMAGOV
Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Town and Country Planning DepartmentGHAGOV
Ministry of Environmental and Nature ProtectionHRVGOVThe Minstry of Environment is in charge of creating a more sustaible future that meets the needs of the present without hindering the needs of the future. Most of their tasks focus on preservation and protection of land and animals. The minster's goal is to give businesses, national/ local authorites and citizens the tools they need to use Croatia's resources in a sustainable way.
Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional DevelopmentLVAGOVImplements national policy for communication, transportation, and the enviornment
Ministry of Fisheries (Faroe Islands)FROGOVthe Faroe Islands have a big stake and a major responsibility in ensuring the sustainable use of marine resources. Fishing has been the main source of income for the Faroes since the 1920s, with fish and fish related products representing over 91% of the total Faroese exports of goods in 2012 and around 20% of total Faroese GDP. In 2011, wage earners within the fishing and natural resources industry amounted to 15% of all wage earners, and their wages represent 19% of total wages.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Environment and Sustainable DevelopmentARGGOVThis department within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina deals with the sustainable development of cities. It looks at national and global environmental policies and implements them.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Global Green Growth ForumDNKGOVThe Global Green Growth Forum's mission is to develop models of sustainable, green development by collaborating with leading businesses, investors and key public institutions.
Ministry of Health , Public Service and Administration Renovation - Government of French PolynesiaPYFGOVThe mission of this Ministry is to create involvment of people through education, culture, youth and sports, in overseas locations. This would then lead to economic and social development in these countries.
Ministry of Home Affairs, Natural Resources, Lands and Physical PlanningAIAGOV
Ministry of HousingBHSGOV
Ministry of HousingLUXGOVThe organization of the Ministry of Housing is determined by the skills that have been assigned by the Grand-Ducal decree of December 4, 2013 he allocating ministerial powers to menbers of the Government. The Minister of Housing in his attributions overall housing policy in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Ministry of Housing and LandsMUSGOV“To provide a solid basis for the long term physical development of the nation which supports the new national development strategy and direct development in a manner which will integrate economic competitiveness with environmental sustainability and social equity.”
Ministry of Housing and Lands, Town and Country Planning DivisionMUSGOV“Promote the development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Mauritius.”
Ministry of Housing and Territorial EquilityFRAGOVThe Ministry of Housing and Territorial Equality is in charge of rural housing, accessibility and housing equity policy and decision-making.
Ministry of Housing and the EnvironmentTTOGOV
Ministry of Housing and Town PlanningCHLGOVgovt. ministry
Ministry of Housing and Urban DevelopmentBLZGOV
Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, AlgeriaALGGOV
Ministry of Housing and Urban PlanningMARGOVThis ministry of the Moroccan government deals with housing and urban planning for the entire countries, from rural to urban areas.
Ministry of Housing and WaterGUYGOV
Ministry of Housing, City and Territory of ColombiaCOLGOVThe Ministry of Housing, City and Territory is the public body of the national order according to the conditions of access and financing of housing, and the provision of public drinking water and basic sanitation is responsible to formulate, adopt, direct, coordinate and implement public policy, plans and projects on urban housing, drinking water and basic sanitation, land and planned the country and consolidate the system of cities with efficient and sustainable patterns of land use urban development.
Ministry of Housing, Construction, and InfrastructureGRLGOVThe department allocates funds and administers regulations and projects for housing and developmetn in Greenland. They administer standards on new construction projects. They also regulate the transportation infrastruture of Greenland.
Ministry of Housing, Informal Human Settlements, Lands and Surveys and Physical PlanningVCTGOVThe organization is responsible for land surveys, physical planning, and housing and land development policies.
Ministry of Housing, Lands and Community DevelopmentGRDGOV
Ministry of Housing, Lands and Rural DevelopmentBRBGOV
Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and EnvironmentSSDGOV
Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the EnvironmentNLDGOV
Ministry of Housing, Town Planning and Public BuildingCAFGOVCentral African Republic's Department of Housing, Town Planning, and Public Building helps to create better housing and living areas for a nation struggling in this field.
Ministry of Housing, Urban Planning, Environment and Territory RenovationDJIGOVThis department of Djibouti's government is responsible for promoting the harmonious development of territories, especially the balance between the districts in terms of urban development, infrastructure and urban equipment. It also supports the nation's policies on environmental stardards.
Ministry of Housing, Urban Renewal and Local GovernmentLCAGOV
Ministry of Housing, Urban, and Rural AffairsDNKGOVThis ministry of the Danish government is responsible for both small and large scale development and housing is cities and towns across Denmark.
Ministry of Housing-OmanOMNGOVGovernment ministry on housing development in Oman, where affordable and reliable housing is difficult to find in urban areas.
Ministry of Industries and InnovationISLGOVThe Ministry of Industries and Innovation (MII) covers all sectors of ordinary business and economic activity. It opened on 1 September 2012 following the amalgamation of the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism and part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Ministry of Infrastructure and DevelopmentPOLGOVThe major takes that are performed are allocating European Funds, promote Public and Private Partnerships, Construct a national road program, Urban Revitalization, Provide Apartments for the Youth, Promote Road Safety, and design Urban Policies.
Ministry of Infrastructure and the EnvironmentNLDGOV
Ministry of Land Affairs and Spatial ManagementIDNGOV
Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and ConstructionKHMGOV
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismJPNGOV
Ministry of Lands and Planning, Department of Town and Regional PlanningBWAGOVManagement of land and delivery of housing for socio economic development, oversee physical planning, and infrastructure.
Ministry of Lands, Housing, and Urban DevelopmentNGAGOVSustainable Land Use, Land Tenure Security, Affordable, Decent Housing and Organized Urban Development.
Ministry of Lands, Housing, Country Planning and the EnvironmentSLEGovThe purpose of the ministry is to provide a solid basis for the long term physical development of the nation which supports the new national development strategy and direct development in a manner which will integrate economic competitiveness with environemntal sustainability and social equity.
Ministry of Lands, Water and the EnvironmentERIGOV
Ministry of Local Government and HousingZMBGOVTo promote a decentralised and democratic local government system and facilitate the provision of efficient and effective delivery of quality housing, infrastructure and social services by local authorities and other stakeholders for sustainable development.
Ministry of Local Government and ModernisationNORGOVThe Ministry is responsible for housing policy, the Planning and Building Act, local government finances and local adminstration, ICT Policy and Public Sector Reform, rural and regional policy, the conduct of elections, government employer policy, Sami and minority affairs and national mapping and geodata policy.
Ministry of Local Government and Rural DevelopmentGHAGOV
Ministry of Municipality and Urban PlanningQATGOV
Ministry of National DevelopmentSGPGOVGovernment arm of planning and project-based work in the Singapore Urban environment.
Ministry of National Planning and DevelopmentSOMGOVMinistry of National Planning and Development has vital strategic role of leading, facilitating and coordinating national vission and development.
Ministry of Natural Resource DevelopmentKIRGOV
Ministry of Natural Resources and EnvironmentTHAGOV"Responsible for management of natural resources and the environment.”
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment- Vietnam Environment AdministrationVNMGOVThe VEA designs and implements laws and policies to regulate the environment. They work with waste management, polution, natural preservation, and many other issues. They do research and regulations on the environment of Vietnam.
Ministry of Physical Develment and the EnvironmentLCAGOV
Ministry of Physical Development, Housing, and Urban RenewalSLUGOVGovernment planning organization.
Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and TransportNPLGOVThe Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport drafts plans, policies and programs for physical infrastructure improvements.
Ministry of Physical Planning and WorksNPLGOVThe Ministry of Physical Planning and Works aims to bring efficiencies and effectiveness in the provision of infrastructural services.
Ministry of PlanningAGOGOV
Ministry of PlanningKHMGOVThe Ministry of Planning consists of two main parts, namely the General Directorate of Planning (GDP) and the National Institute of Statistics (NIS). The MoP is responsible for guiding and managing national socioeconomic development planning (GDP) and managing the statistical functions of the Royal Government (NIS). It works in close cooperation with other Ministries and institutions in Cambodia.
Ministry of PlanningLBYGOVIn charge of planning and contributing effectively to bring about sustainable development and the achievement of the Libyan human welfare.
Ministry of PlanningSTPGOVDevelop the overall goals of development, sectors and regions; coordinate projects and programs in the public sector and action horn private enterprise with government action; establishing the General Plan and Development Plans by sector and region
Ministry of PlanningKWTGOV
Ministry of Planning of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services.ARGGOVThe recovery planning from the State
The promotion of regional development, meaning the process by which the capabilities of the territory accrue
sustainably achieve the economic and social welfare of the communities that inhabit
The articulation of public policies impact on the territory
Participation and mainstreaming in planning and management
Ministry of Planning and DevelopmentPAKGOV
Ministry of Planning and FinanceVENGOV
Ministry of Planning and International CooperationJORGOV
Ministry of Planning and International CooperationSOMGOVTo play a pivotal role in attaining and sustaining high socio-economic development enhancing partnerships, promoting the effective use of international and national resources.
Ministry of Planning and International CooperationYEMGOVEncompasses all forms of planning for the country
Ministry of Planning and InvestmentVNMGOVThe MPI administers funding and investment for planning and development projects, and oversees these projects. They also oversee the growth of economic zones and other enterprises. They keep statistics on the economy and the projects they administer.
Ministry of Planning and National EconomySAUGOVTo ensure that all government agencies work in a coordinated manner to achieve the priorities of our policy makers toward development goals.
Ministry of Planning and Regional DevelopmentCOMGOV
Ministry of Planning and Sustainable DevelopmentTTOGOV
Ministry of Planning, Budget and ManagementBRAGOVMedica contact
Ministry of Planning, Development and ReformPAKGOVThe Prime Minister is the Chairman of Planning Commission which apart from the Deputy Chairman, comprises of nine Members including Secretary, Planning & Development Division/ Member Coordination, Chief Economist, Director, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Executive Director, Implementation and Monitoring, and Members for Social Sectors, Science and Technology, Energy, Infrastructure, and Food and Agriculture.
Ministry of Planning, Development and ZoningTGOUNDP, EU, ADP, GIZ, UNFPAGOVCity and urban planning in Togo run by the Togo government.
Ministry of Planning, Kurdistan RegionIRQGOVThe Ministry of Planning oversees a dynamic portfolio of activities crucial for the development of the KRG and the future of the Kurdistan Region. At its core the Ministry is responsible for developing the strategic vision and objectives of the KRG and ensuring the Region progresses on a continuous and sustainable path of development and modernization.
Ministry of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing and InfrastructureCYMGOVThis ministry is responsible for overseeing government policies in the Grand Cayman and Little Cayman to ensure development of critical infrastructure for a strong economy, including the construction of affordable housing in the Sister Islands.
Ministry of Planning, Planning DivisionBGDGOVWorks for annual development programs within the framework of national planning and formulation of policies for the implementation of economic goals and infrastructure.
Ministry of Population, Social Protection and LeisureMDGGOV
Ministry of Private Sector Development and PrivatisationMDGGOV
Ministry of Productive Development and an Diverse EconomyBOLGOVThe mission of this branch of the Bolivian government is to help with the process of changing the agricultural matrix, and strengthen the rural economy through craft, manufacturing, industrial and agriculture.
Ministry of Public WorksDZAGOVResponsible for implementing and monitoring environment, transportation and airport of state and government
Ministry of Public worksERIGOV
Ministry of Public WorksUAEGOV“Achieving sustainable development in planning, establishing and maintaining infrastructure projects and organizing the national-housing sector through outstanding organizational performance according the world's highest standards.”
Ministry of Public Works and PortsDOMGOV"The Ministry of Public Works and Ports is the arm of the Government responsible for the national infrastructure namely; road network management, coastal management, irrigation and drainage, energy development, maritime services and port development and services."
Ministry of Public Works and TransportationLEBGOVMinisty of Public Works and Transportation
Ministry of Public Works and Urban Development, Department of Physical PlanningBHSGOVOversees town and road planning, private subdivisions, land use management and physical planning for The Bahamas.
Ministry of Public Works, Services and Housing, Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentBOLGOV
Ministry of Public Works, the Environment, and Urban DevelopmentMCOGOVInvolved in the following: public works, urban development, properties construction, the environment, urban amenities, parks, maintenance of State property, transport authorities
Ministry of Reconstruction or Production, Environment and EnergyGRCGOV
Ministry of Regional Development and ConstructionsMDAGOVMinistry of Regional Development and CONSTRUCTION's mission is to develop, promote and implement state policy on regional development, planning and spatial planning, architecture, design, planning, construction, production of construction materials and housing. To achieve its mission, the Ministry has the function to develop legislative and regulatory framework necessary to achieve the objectives in its areas of ACTIVITY, adjusting to the standards of the European community. The Ministry monitors compliance with existing legislation to ensure construction quality in SECURITY to all categories of risk factors - natural, technogenic and anthropogenic, and in terms of economic and technological efficiency.
Ministry of Regional Development and EU FundsHRVGOVThe goal of the Ministry is to provide equal developments in all areas of Croatia, especially less developed regions. They establish a integrated system of planning, programming, management and financing for regional development. They are also in charge of coordinating partcipants and activities related to planning including development of areas lagging behind, enouraging cross-border and interregional cooperation and preparation of priorities for EU funds.
Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of GeorgiaGEOGOVgovt. ministry
Ministry of Regional Development CZCZEGOV"The Ministry ensures the execution of state administration in the field of spatial planning and zoning order. In addition, they participate in the preparation of basic legal standards in relevant areas and the realization of the transnational and interregional cooperation"
Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, and Communal Living of UkraineUKRGOVOne of the ministries of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, in charge of land use and planning.
Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water ResourcesOMNGOVGovernment ministry of water resources and distribution, planning for expansion of water in cities where water is scarce in the arid climate of Oman.
Ministry of Regional Planning, Urban Planning, Housing, Instructure, Public Works and ReconstructionCOG
Ministry of Resources and DevelopmentMHLGOVThe Ministry of Resources and Development is responsible for promoting and assisting the development of the agriculture, energy, trade and investment sectors, through activities which foster sustainable food production, provide alternative energy resources and income generating opportunities for the people of the Marshall Islands.
Ministry of Road, Transportation, Construction and Urban Development of MongoliaMNGGOV
Ministry of Rural and Regional DevelopmentMYSGOVKLW's Vision: To be a pioneer in rural development. KKLW's Mission: Improve the well being of rural residents comprehensively and effectively. KKLW's Motto: Empowered Community Successful Village.
Ministry of Rural Areas and Spatial PlanningFRAGOV
Ministry of Rural DevelopmentCPVGOVThr organization help ensure free and fair elections, and maintain ehtical and responsible dialogue with constituents.
Ministry of Rural Development and LandBOLGOVThis branch of the Bolivian government is responsible to defining and implementing policies to promote, facilitate, regulate, and coordinate the agriculture, forestry, aquaculture and coca production in rural communities in a sustainable manner.
Ministry of Social Affairs (Faroe Islands)FROGOVThe Nordic governments' co-operation within the social and health care sector is led by the Nordic ministers for health and social affairs who make up MR-S. Nordic co-operation within the social and health care area is based on common values which constitute the basis of the Nordic welfare model.
Ministry of State Administration and Territorial PlanningTLSGOV
Ministry of Sustainable Development and InfrastructureLUXGOVThe government statement has defined specific objectives for each of the departments that make up the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure. Priority interventions planned on this basis are in transport, public works, environment and spatial planning.
Ministry of Tansportation and Roads (South Sudan)SSDGOVTo develop a safe, secure and efficient transportation system for prosperous South Sudan
Ministry of Territorial PlanningANDGOV
Ministry of the Economy and PlanningCUBGOVresponsible for directing, implementing and monitoring the application of state and government policy related to the economy, and planning design
Ministry of the EnvironmentLUXGOVThe Ministry of Environment has thus turned into a Department of Environment within the new Ministry whose main tasks to implement the environmental program of the Government, coordinate the work on sustainable development and take all appropriate measures for the protection of the natural and human environment and the fight against climate change.
Ministry of the Environment and Urban PlanningBFAGOV
Ministry of the Environment, Habitat and PlanningBENGOV
Ministry of the Environment, Spatial Planning and EnergyPRTGOV
Ministry of the InteriorFINGOV
Ministry of the InteriorHUNGOVThe Hungarian Government is to fulfill an obligation of making informaiton in the public interest freely accessible, the contact details for ministries, a short description of their spheres of responsibility, and the curricula vitae of leading public figures.
Ministry of the Interior and Spatial PlanningLUXGOV
Ministry of Tourism and Urban RenewalDOMGOVMinistry that focuses on sustianable urban development and promoting eco-tourism
Ministry of Tourism, Transportation, and MeteorologyMDGGOV
Ministry of Town Planning (Cameroon)CMRGOVGovernment Planning Organization to assist and help develop the quality of life for all of Cameroon
Ministry of Trade and Industry (Faroe Islands)FROGOVThe Nordic countries' co-operation in business, energy and regional policices will ensure continued growth in the region. This co-operation is led by the Nordic ministers for business, energy and regional policy
Ministry of TransportAZEGOV
Ministry of TransportSAUGOVDesign, building and maintenance of the Kingdom's network of roads.
Ministry of Transport (Transportation)BRAGOVgeneral contact
Ministry of Transport and CommunicationFINGOVMaintain effective transportation and communication systems
Ministry of Transport and CommunicationsFINGOVCommunications Policy Department
Ministry of Transport and CommunicationsPERGOV
Ministry of Transport and WorksBRBGOV
Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional DevelopmentSVKGOV
Ministry of Transport, Works, Urban Development and Local GovernmentVCTGOVTo develop and maintain the national physical infrastructure, manage and regulate the land transportation system.
Ministry of TransportationBRAGOVThis is the ministry of transportation within the Government of Brazil. They are in charge of transport policy, trucking, railway transport, and water transportation
Ministry of Transportation and CommunicationsNORGOVThe Ministry of Transportation and Communications has overall responsibility for the framework conditions for postal and telecommunications activities, for the civil aviation, public roads and rail transport sector, ferry services forming part of the national road system, for coastal managment, the marine environment and port and sea transport policy.
Ministry of Urban and Regional PlanningMDGGOV
Ministry of Urban DevelopmentINDGOV
Ministry of Urban DevelopmentNPLGOVThe Ministry of Urban Development is responsible for policies and programs pertaining to waste management, water supply and sewage, sanitation and reconstruction.
Ministry of Urban Development AffairsAFGGOV
Ministry of Urban Development and HousingNERGOV
Ministry of Urban Development and Regional PlanningMARGOV
Ministry of Urban Development, Culture, Labour and Electoral MattersVCTGOV
Ministry of Urban PlanningNKRGOV
Ministry of Urban Planning and HousingAGOGOV
Ministry of Urban Renewal, Housing and Living EnvironmentSENGOVPlanning and Architecture Department of Senegal
Ministry of Water and HousingJAMGOV
Ministry of Water Resources, Works and HousingGHAGOV
Ministry of Water, Environment, Planning, and UrbanismBDIGOV
Ministry of Water, Forestry, Fisheries, Hunting and EnvironmentCAFGOVCentral African Republic's Department of of Water, Forestry, Hunting, Fishing, and Environment helps to create environmental policy and environmental plans to protect the nation's natural resources and wildlife.
Ministy of Finance and PlanningKNAGOVTo provide sustainable economic and fiscal policies; high quality programs and activities to accompany a prudent regulatory framework that supports a vibrant, resilient economy which offers opportunities for the improvement of the standard of living and well being of the citizens of St Kitts and Nevis.
Ministy of Planning and CooperationCHLGOVgovt. ministry
Minnesota State University, Mankato, Urban and Regional Studies InstituteUSAACSPINS
MINURVIMulti-nationalFEDMINURVI is the entity intergovernmental coordination and cooperation of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in the area of sustainable development of human settlements.
Missouri State University, Department of Geography and Geology and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Mongolian National Council for Sustainable DevelopmentMNGGOV
Montana Association of PlannersUSAPROThe Montana Association of Planners (MAP) is an association of professional planners, from public and private entities; planning board members and interested citizens. Though most often associated with guiding future land use and development, local planning efforts also include planning for public facilities and service needs, historic preservation, environmental protection, transportation, parks and recreation, and economic development. Planning provides options and tools for communities to achieve their vision of the future. MAP takes no position for or against growth, but rather promotes planning as a positive and proactive way to address change in our communities.
Morgan State University, City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Moroccan Association of Town Planners and ManagersMARPROThe AMAU is a non-governmental organization after the transformation in 2002 of the Association of winners of the National Institute of Urban Planning and Development (the ALINAU). The reform was intended to broaden the scope of intervention of the Association, its openness to other skills in the field of spatial and urban planning. The consolidation of the AMAU as a body representing the body of managers planners of Morocco and the consecration and expansion of this profession in Morocco requires the professionalization of its action, the raising of his rank and expanding its influence.
Movement for Israeli UrbanismISRNGOMIU is part of the environmental community in Israel, but focuses specifically on changing the urban built environment. Employs the planning and development community to create a holistic approach to urbanism.
MULETA, multilingual and multimedia lexiconMulti-nationalEDUMuleta, the multilingual and multimedia lexicon, is a European encyclopaedia of town planning and housing. Intended to be developed by the professional and scientific community, it enables tracing of concepts, tools and procedures in use in the participating countries.
Municipal Institute for Research and Urban PlanningARGINS
Municipalities of the FutureDEUNGOThe role of municipalities will grow. At the same time will also grow the number of challenges that communities see in the future against. The financial difficulties, demographic change, the organization of education are central key factors for the future of our society. You want to be mastered. In future, the pulses are not coming from a few, but the interplay between politics, administration and civil society will be renegotiated under the aspect of cooperation and a growing demand for transparency and participation.
Mzuzu University, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department of Land ManagementMWIAAPSEDUMzuzu University was enacted by the Parliament of Malawi in May 1997 and admitted its first degree students in January 1999. The Department of Land Management was established in 2006 as response to a severe human resource crisis in the land sector identified through various research studies under the Land Reform Programme.
Nagoya Urban InstituteJPNINSSummary, main business and, town planning library.
Namibia Council of Town and Regional PlannersNAMCAPPRO
Namibia Institute of PlannersNAMPRO
Nanjing University, School of Architecture and Urban PlanningCHNAPSAEDU
NAS Karadig Nature ReserveUKREDUA research institution and nature conservation, which studies conservation of the natural complexes and biological variety within its borders and on the adjacent territories of the South-East Crimea, where conservation is possible; integral studies of terrestrial and marine ecosystems, of natural processes, and trends in their changes.
National Academy for Planning and DevelopmentBGDEDUDeveloping competent and morally strong professionals in planning and development through training, research and consultancy and enhance national capability in planning and development.
National Association of County PlannersUSAPROThe NACP is the only national organization dedicated to the evolving and challenging future of county planning. We have members throughout the entire United States, who are actively involved in county planning and raising awareness on land use issues. Join today, and become an advocate for county planning.
National Association of Development OrganizationsUSANGOThe National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) provides training, informationand representation for regional development organizations in small metropolitan and rural America. The association, a public interest group founded in 1967, is the largest and leading advocate for a regional approach to community, economic and rural development and provides a network for its members to share ideas and innovations.
National Association of Home BuildersUSAPRONAHB is the voice of America's housing industry, with a federation of more than 800 state and local builders associations. To achieve an overall mission of member satisfaction, NAHB concentrates on providing: balanced national legislative, regulatory and judicial public policy; public appreciation for the importance of housing and those who provide it; resources for industry information, education, research and technical expertise; improved business performance of its members and affiliates; effective management of staff, financial, and physical resources to satisfy the association's needs
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment OfficialsUSAPROThe National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) is the leading housing and community development advocate for the provision of adequate and affordable housing and strong, viable communities for all Americans-particularly those with low- and moderate-incomes. Our members administer HUD programs such as Public Housing, Section 8, CDBG and HOME.
National Association of Housing CooperativesUSAFED
National Association of Local Government Environmental ProfessionalsUSAPROThe National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals (NALGEP) brings together local environmental officials to network and share information on innovative environmental practices, conduct environmental policy projects, promote environmental training and education, and communicate the view of local environmental officials on national environmental issues. NALGEP is the premier national organization representing city and county environmental managers responsible for environmental compliance and the development and implementation of local environmental policy. NALGEP offers its members numerous opportunities to interact and benefit from each other's experience and expertise.
National Association of Planners of CameroonCMRPRO
National Association of Planners of Ivory CoastCIVPRO
National Association of Post-Graduate and Research in Urban and Regional PlanningBRAEDUThis is an association for graduate research in urban and regional planning through out Brazil.
National Association of Regional CouncilsUSANGOThe National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) serves as the national voice for regionalism by advocating for regional cooperation as the most effective way to address a variety of community planning and development opportunities and issues.
National Association of State Development AgenciesUSAPROThe National Association of State Development Agencies (NASDA) is a membership organization that focuses on state economic development agencies and issues. It's core members are state economic development directors and the key managers in their agencies. NASDA welcomes and can accommodate a wide range of public and private officials involved in economic development and has numerous special publications, workshops and other programs that address issues of concern to these various audiences.
National Association of Towns and TownshipsUSAPROThe purpose of the National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) is to strengthen the effectiveness of town and township government. NATaT does this by educating lawmakers and public policy officials about how small town governments operate and by advocating policies on their behalf in Washington, D.C.
National Association of Urban and Regional Post-graduate and Research ProgramsMulti-nationalFED
National Association of Urban, Regional and Environmental PlannersITAECTPPROThe ASSURB is an association of national character formed in 1977 with the aim to represent, promote and protect the profession of urban, regional and environmental planners.
National Autonomous University of MexicoMEXALEUPEDUThe vision of this university is to configure the Avant guard in the superior industrial design of the country, and form professionals with a integral vision in the discipline.
National Center for Studies and Analyzation of Population and DevelopmentDZAGOVAnalyzes population to advance governmental policies
National Centre for Regional DevelopmentBGRINSUp until recently the National Centre for Regional Development (NCRD) was a leading institution of its kind in the country. Despite the global economic and financial crises and its impact on construction, planning, R&D, the Centre managed to preserve its most experienced researchers and is discussing the transformation into a Think-Tank in the area of Spatial and Urban planning, Housing policy, Transportation planning, Tourism Development and Environmental protection, thus supporting the Ministry in the attemtps to implement the European Strategy 2020.
National Centre for Town Planning StudiesITANGOThe National Centre for Town Planning Studies (Centro Nazionale di Studi Urbanistici- CeNSU), is a non-profit organisation promoted by the Consiglio Nazionale degli Ingegneri (CNI), National Council of Engineers.
National Chamber of Town PlannersPOLPRONational Chamber of Town Planners (KIU) is obligatory for every urban planner in Poland. The purpose of the Chamber is to supervise the proper and conscientious exercise of the profession of urbanist involving the design space development in regional and local scale.
National Charrette InstituteUSAINSThe National Charrette Institute (NCI) is a nonprofit educational institution. We help people build community capacity for collaboration to create healthy community plans. We teach professionals and community leaders the art and science of the NCI Charrette System™, a holistic, collaborative planning process that harnesses the talents and energies of all interested parties to create and support a feasible plan. And we advance the fields of community planning and public involvement through research and publications.
Cheng Kung University, Department of Urban PlanningTWNAPSAEDU
Chengchi University, Department of Land EconomicsTWNEDU
National Civic LeagueUSANGOHeadquartered in Denver, Colorado, the National Civic League (NCL) is a 109-year-old non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to strengthening citizen democracy by transforming democratic institutions. NCL accomplishes its mission through technical assistance, training, publishing, research, and the All-America City Awards, the nation's oldest and most prestigious community recognition program.
National Community Development AssociationUSANGONCDA is a national nonprofit organization comprised of more than 550 local governments across the country that administer federally-supported community and economic development, housing and human service programs, including programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs. Since 1968, NCDA has been at the forefront in securing effective and responsive housing and community development programs for local governments. The Association provides timely, direct information and technical support to its members on federal housing and community development programs.
National Council Chamber of Town PlannersPOLECTPPRO
National Council for Urban and Rural Development (Guatemala)GTMGOVWorks with different regions across the nation to decide and aid rural and urban problems that effect and are dynamic to one another.
National Council of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and ConservationistsITAPRO
National Council of Young PlannersFRAPRO
National Development InstituteNICINFOCOOPINSNational governing body of national policy of protection, promotion and cooperative development and regulation/supervision of cooperatives.
National Disaster Management OrganizationGHANGOSeeks to enhance the capacity of society to prevent and manage disasters and to improve the livelihood of the poor and vulnerable in rural communities through effective disaster management, social mobilisation and employment generation.
National Economic University, Faculty of Urban and EnvironmentVNMEDU
National Engineering University, School of ArchitectureNICEDUPromotes university life and improvement of Nicaraguan architecture
National Engineering University, School of Architecture, Urban Planning and ArtsPEREDU
National Federation - Board of Architecture, Urban Planning and EnvironmentFRAFED
National Federation of Architects and Town PlannersBRAPRO
National Guild of City PlannersRUSPRONational Guild of City Planners was created by leading members of professional activities in the field of spatial development, spatial planning, urban design, to unite Russian research, design and consulting organizations in the field.
National Housing and Town Planning CouncilGBRPRO
National Housing and Urbanism InstituteCRIINS
National Housing CouncilARGNGO
National Housing FederationGBRFED
National Institute of Statistics: MaliMLIINSCooperative institution with the government of Mali to provide high-quality evalutions of regions in order to implement strategies for growth and poverty reduction.
National Institute of Urban PlanningITAECTPINS
National Institute of Urban Planning and RenovationMARAAPSINSThe INAU, founded in 1981, is a training institution for territorial and urban planning executives. It is the only training institution in Morocco that is concerned with problems of territorial organization and the different policy instruments used to deal with them.
National Islamic University, Faculty of Architecture and EkisticsINDEDU
National League of CitiesUSANGOThe National League of Cities (NLC) is dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities. Working in partnership with the 49 state municipal leagues, NLC serves as a resource to and an advocate for the more than 19,000 cities, villages and towns it represents.
National Network for Urban ResearchMEXNGO
National Order of Planners of CamerounCMRPRO
National Planning CommissionNGAGOV
National Planning OfficeSURGOV
Quemoy University, Department of Urban Planning and LandscapeTWNEDU
National Research University Higher School of Economics: Institute of Regional Studies and Urban PlanningRUSINSEstablished in 2011, the Insititue of Regional Studies and Urban Planning was created as a university division in charge of conducting research on terriotiral and strategic planning and to prepare documents for regional development. The department also helps create performance evaluations of governemnt programs and projects and prepares tourism and recreation clusters/
National School of Architecture and UrbanismTUNEDU
National Secretary of Planning and DevelopmentECUGOV
National Society for the Development of Urban LandBFAPRISONATUR's missions are the acquisition and development of urban land, along with the production and marketing of serviced lots. They also manage properties and to maintain equity on behalf of the state and other companies involved with land use.
National Society of Affordable HousingLUXNGOEstablished in 1919, the National Society of Affordable Housing has a specialized social promoter activity in the construction of single family homes and apartment buildings. Since its founding, the SNHBM built 8,000 housing units in different parts of the country, including in Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette, Differdange, Dudelange, Roodt-sur-Syr and Mamer
Taipei Uiversity, Department of Real Estate and Built EnvironmentTWNEDU
Taipei University, Department of Real Estate and Built Environment, College of Public AffairsTWNINSThe Department of Real Estate and Built Environment, College of Public Affairs, Taipei University originated from the Department of Land Economics and Administration, Taiwan Provincial Junior College of Administration set up in 1949, the very first department specializing in the subject of Land Economics and Administration in Taiwan.
Taipei University, Graduate Institute of Urban PlanningTWNAPSAINS
Taiwan University, Department of Civil EngineeringTWNEDU
Taiwan University, Graduate Institute of Building and PlanningTWNINS
National Technical University of Athens: Department of Urban and Regional PlanningGRCEDUResearch laboratory that focuses on "planning methodology and space regulation on a nation, regional, and local level." This laboratory publishes insight to aid policy decisions
National University of AsuncionPRYEDUThe National University of Asuncion commonly known as A is the oldest state institution of tertiary education in the Republic of Paraguay . It is considered the most recognized university Paraguayan national and international level, it is also the largest student and academic population. Its graduates have had a remarkable participation in the social, political, artistic, cultural and scientific country.
National University of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningVNMEDU
National University of Colombia, Facultad de Artes, School of Architecture and Urban PlanningCOLEDU
National University of Cordoba, Faculty of Architecture, Urban Planning and DesignARGEDU
National University of Fedrico Villarreal, Faculty of Architecture and UrbanismPEREDUThe vision of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism is to be a leader in training new architects who are commiiteed to cultural heritage and the natural environment. They want to "strengthen the intellectual debate based on spaces of tolerance and respect". The faculty was first founded in 1961 and has gained a commendable reputation for their good work in the community.
National University of General SarmientoARGALEUPEDU
National University of La Plata, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningARGEDU
National University of Lesotho, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Geography and Environmental SciencesLSOAAPSEDU
National University of Litoral, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban PlanningARGEDU
National University of Mar del Plata, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and DesignARGEDU
National University of Mendoza, Faculty of Architecture, Urban Planning and DesignARGEDU
National University of Rosario, School of Architecture, Planning and DesignARGEDU
National University of Rwanda, Department of GeographyRWAAAPSEDU
National University of Singapore, School of Building and Estate Management, School of Design and EnvironmentSGPAPSAEDU
National University of Tucaman, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningARGEDU
National Urban Agriculture CouncilUSAPRO
National Urban School of LawMulti-nationalEDU
NED University of Engineering and Planning, Department of Architecture and PlanningPAKAPSAEDU
Neighborhood PlanningUSANGOVISION: In the best neighborhoods, the ones we mean to nurture, people know that “the heart is more important than the head” (from Streets of Hope). Residents recognize one another and count friends and family among their neighbors. They have a sense of concern and responsibility for the neighborhood and its people that is translated into action.
Netherlands Institute for Planning and HousingNLDINSNIROV works to maintain and improve standards in planning plicy and practice in the Netherlands and is increasingly active within international networks. Established in 1917, the institute mobilizes individuals and organizations to raise the quality of spatial plans, urban design and development projects.
Network of Associations of Local Authorities of South-East Europe, Urban PlanningMKDFEDThe NALAS Task Force on Urban Planning consists of regional urban planning experts representing member associations. It tackles urban planning issues common in the region, such us integration of informal settlements, inclusion of more stakeholders in the urban planning process and collection and analysis of the right parameters in what is known as "urban economics".
Network of Rural Municipalities of PeruPERFEDOrganization formed by various municipalities centered alternative management experiences in participatory democracy.
Network of Urban Forums for Sustainable DevelopmentMulti-nationalFED
New Economic Partnership for Africa's DevelopmentZAFNGONEPAD is a programme of the African Union (AU), adopted in 2001 by African leaders, with the primary objectives of poverty eradication, promotion of sustainable growth and development, and the empowerment of women through building genuine partnerships at country, regional and global levels.
New University of Lisbon, Department of Environmental Sciences and EngineeringPRTAESOPEDU
New Urban Community AuthorityEGYGOVNUCA works under that Egyptian Ministry of Housing to develop and plan new cities throughout the country. Since 1979, they have established 23 new cities.
New Urban TimelineUSAEDUThe New Urban Timeline is a database that records key events in the history of new urbanism, as well as historical influences reaching back to the 19th century. Over one thousand entries have been contributed and compiled into the categories of Academic, Events, Firms, Governmental, Places and Publications.
New UrbanismMulti-nationalORG"Creating livable sustainable communities."
New York University, Program in Urban PlanningUSAACSPEDU
New Zealand Environment Court (formerly Plannig Tribunal)NZLGOVResponsibilities of the court: Designations authorising public works such as energy projects, hospitals, schools, prisons, sewage works, refuse landfills, fire stations, major roads and bypasses; and also major private projects, for example, dairy factories, tourist resorts, timber mills and shopping centres...
New Zealand Planning InstituteNZLCAPINSNZPI is a group of 2000 students, consultants, planning directors, teachers, lawyers, and planning commissioners involved in strategic planning initiatives and implementation of urban and rural plans. Its goals include empowering planners and promoting planning excellence.
New Zealand Planning TribunalNZLGOVThis database contains decisions of the New Zealand Planning Tribunal (NZPT)
New Zealand Transport AgencyNZLGOV"Our environmental plan sets out our strategic environmental and social vision to enable us to set specifications and standards for our contractors undertaking roading works. The plan is also available to help and guide other land transport operators."
Newcastle University, School of Architecture, Planning and LandscapeGBREDUWe are one of the few academic schools in the UK focusing exclusively on the built environment. Our expertise spans architecture, planning, urban design, digital architecture, urban conservation and landscape architecture, bringing breadth and depth to yo
Next American CityUSANGO
Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial StudiesNICINSA scientific and technical body of the state, making available to the public, basic information and research on the physical environment that contribute to socioeconomic development and the reduction of vulnerability to natural disasters
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic ResearchNGAINSThe Institute has the mandate to conduct research, provide consultancy services, organise policy dialogue and collaborate with similar institutions nationally and internationally in the field of social and economic development
Nigerian Institute of Town PlannersNGACAP, UN-HABITATINSNigeria's leading planning body for spatial, sustainable, integrative and inclusive planning
Nordic Centre for Spatial DevelopmentSWEAESOPINS
Nordic Urban Design AssociationNORPRO
North Dakota Planning AssociationUSAAPAPROFormed in 1973, the North Dakota Planning Association strives to be a forum for a diverse population across the state, region and county. It serves professional planners, economic developers, state agency staff and officials, region council board members, city and county planning board members, private individuals, businesses and utilities. Over the years, the North Dakota Planning Association has provided a place for an exchange of ideas, educational opportunities, legislative information and lobbying activities, and kept its membership informed on the current topics of concern across the state. In response to today's pressures of change, the North Dakota Planning Association is developing training opportunites for members as well as non-members.
Northeastern University, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningARGEDU
Northern Territory University, Faculty of Technology, School of Built EnvironmentAUSEDU
North-West University, School for Environmental Sciences and Development, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
Norwegian Coastal AdministrationNORGOVTheir vision is to make the coast and waters the safest and purest I the world. Their goals are: safe navigation, a clean environment, transfer of goods from shore to sea, sustainable coastal communities, quality throughout all operations, always present when needed.
Norwegian Polar InstituteNORINS
Norwegian Polar Institute- Bouvet IslandBVTINSThe NPI wokrs with all Polar regions claimed by Norway, including Bouvet Island (Bouvetøya). They establish climate goals and administer research projects on these islands.
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning, Section for Urban Planning, Property Rights, Law and Real Estate DevelopmentNORAESOPEDU
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Town and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Fine ArtNORAESOPEDU
Norweigian Agency for Development CooperationNORNGONorad is commited to ensuring the quality of development assistance. The agency is a dictorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Nuertingen-Geislingen University, Faculty for Landscape Architecture, Environmental and Urban PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
Obafemi Awolowo Univresity, Faculty of Environmental Design and Management, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDUThe Department offered the first Urban and Regional Plannin (URP) programme at the undergraduate level in the country. It is one of the very few departments of (URP), which have full Nigerian Institute of Town Planners/Town Planners Registration Council’s Accreditation for their undergraduate and M.Sc. programmes at the University level in Nigeria.
Observatory of Migration (Cameroon)CMRORGInternal migration is often considerd a major determinant of unplanned urbanization and urban health precariousness in Cameroon. However, at the same time, internal migration contributes to improving the living conditions of migrants and to the emergence of an informal sector that provides jobs and is predominant in te national economy.
Office for Professional Qualification of Town PlannersFRAPRO
Office of Development Assitance ProgramsHTIGOVResponsible for the monetization of food aid, management of projects, and the implementeation of the PetroCaribe Agreement.
Office of the Council for the Ongoing GovernmentTKLGOV"The Office of the Council for the Ongoing Government of Tokelau (OCOG) is responsible for provide support and advise to the leaders of Tokelau, manage its foreign relations and work closely with the villages in developing and implementing national programmes and activities."
Office of the Prime Minister, Cook Islands, Central Policy and Planning OfficeCOKGOV
Official College of Architects of AndorraANDEDUThe COAA aims to ensure that the essential action of their collegiate meets the interests and needs of society regarding the profession of architecture, fulfilling a social function and to ensure compliance with best practice and ethical obligations of the profession. It also aims to represent and defend the profession and the professional interests of members.
Ohio State University, City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Omar Alj-Mukhtar University, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Department of Architecture and Planning, Derna, Al Fatah branchLBYEDU
Omdurman Islamic University, Department of Architecture and PlanningSDNAAPSEDU
Ontario Professional Planners InstituteCANCIPINSPlanners are skilled professionals who work to improve the quality and livability of Ontario communities. Watch the video below to find out how the Institute is the voice of the planning profession in Ontario and the role that planning has played over the past 25 years in shaping communities across this province.
Open Development- Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning, and ConstructionKHMORGOpen Development Cambodia does not promote any particular perspective, agenda or bias other than to provide objective information about Cambodia and its development.
Open Society Institute: Soros FoundationUSAINS
Oresund CommitteeSWE/DMKGOVOfficial platform for political cooperation between Sweden and Denmark in the joint Oresund Region
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and DevelopmentFRANGO
Organisation for the Master Plan and Environmental Protection of Tessaloniki, Minister of the EnvironmentGRCORGThe Organization of the Master Plan and Environmental Protection of Thessaloniki (in short, ORTH est.1985 by the Law 1561/85) is a legislated agency supervised by the Minister of the Environment, Energy and Climate Change for the coordination of public services and other bodies within the Greater Area of Thessaloniki (incorporating local municipalities) specifically aiming at the implementation of the area’s master plan and environmental protection programme.
Organization of American StatesMulti-nationalFEDCurrently, the OAS St. Kitts and Nevis Country Office is engaged in a series of programs, projects and activities, many of which fall within the established mandates of the OAS main pillars, namely, Democracy, Human Rights, Security and Development.
Organization of Research on Institutions and the Right to Develop, Urbanize and InhabitFRAINSThe GRIDUAH was created on May 28th, 1996 by ministerial decree. GRIDUAH aims to develop administrative and judicial research in various fields such as land-use planning and housing.
Organization of World Heritage CitiesFRANGO
Osaka University, Graduate School of EngineeringJPNINSThis Division aspires to becoming an educational research organization that can exert the synergy effect of environment and energy by reutilizing an academic spirit developed in the two former departments, or the spirit for opening up a new area, and developing research and education that builds up a "human surviving platform" lying in environment and energy.
Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Institute of Urbanism and LandscapeNORAESOPINS
Otago UniversityNZLANZAPSEDU
Oversees Department of the French GovernmentFRAGOVDOM is the French oversees department of the French Government. Is oversees Guadeloupe, Guiana, Martinique, Reunion and Mayotte.
Oxford Brookes University, School of PlanningGBRAESOPEDU
Pacific Disaster Risk Management Partnership NetworkCOKSIDS, UNNGOThe PDRMPN is an open-ended partnership to support the follow up to the third international conference on Small Island Developing States
Pacific Islands Planning AssociatonMulti-nationalPRO
Pacific Region Infastructure FacilitySLBMULTIA multi-agency coordination mechanism aired at improving the devlivery of development assistance from donors and development partners to the infrastructure sector in the Pacific region. PRIF supports infrastructure development and maintenance in Pacific Island Countries (PICs) through investment coordination, research, and technical assistance.
Pacific Rim Council on Urban DevelopmentUSAFEDThe Pacific Rim Council on Urban Development (PRCUD) is an international organization, encompassing the academic, private and public sectors established to enhance the development of linkages between cities in the Pacific Rim region.
Pakistan Council of Architects and Town PlannersPAKPROThe Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners Ordinance 1983 has been promulgated with a view to give recognition and protection to the profession of architecture and town planning in Pakistan . The council has wide ranging powers and is authorized to perform all functions and to take steps connected with or ancillary to all aspects of the two professions including laying down standards of conduct, safeguarding interests of its members, assisting the Government and national institutions in solving national problems relating to the professions, promotion of reforms in the professions, promotion of education of these professions, reviewing and advising the Government in the matter of architecture and town planning education, etc
Pakistan Institute of City and Regional PlannersPAKCAPINS
Pakistan Institute of Development EconomicsPAKINS
Paris Region Planning and Development AgencyFRAINSThe Paris Region Planning and Development Agency (IAU Île-de-France) is dedicated to territorial entities, offering analysis, studies and decisionmaking tools. "Territories need big ideas"
Parisian Urban Design StudioFRAPRO
ParoleMulti-nationalEDUparoleis a dynamic dictionary of the contemporary city, or at least this was the intention when it was launched in June 2000 in occasion of the 7th International Exhibition of Architecture at the Biennale in Venice, Italy.
Participatory Slum Upgrading ProgrammeNGAUN-HABITAT, MRLG, UNDPNGOThe Programme aims to strengthen community, city and national key stakeholders’ capacities in participatory slum upgrading in Nigeria
Partizaning. Participatory urban replanning.RUSBLGUrban guerrilla pereplanirovschikov Blog - Blog about modern approaches to the design of cities. It shows the opportunities of the residents to influence the appearance and comfort of the city.
Partners for Livable CommunitiesUSANGOTo improve the quality of life and economic and social wellbeing of low- and moderate-income individuals and communities.
Paul Cezanne University (AixMarseille III), Regional and Urban PlanningFRAEDU
Peking University, School of Urban Planning and DesignCHNEDU
Periyar Maniammai University, School of Planning and ArchitectureINDEDU
Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Department of Architecture and Urban PlanningRUSAESOPEDU
Peruvian Society of Urban PlannersPERPROPSUP is a non-profit organization that groups professional urban planners or those with master's degrees in urban-related issues within the territory of Peru.
Physical PlanningAIAGOVPhysical Planning Department of Anguilla
Physical Planning Department Ministry of Lands and SettlementsKENGOVThe ministry ischarged with the responsibility or providing policy direction and coordinating all matters related to lands, housing, and urban development.
Physical Planning UnitMSRGOVPPU is a planning organization in Montserrat
Physical Planning Unit- Ministry of Planning and DevelopmentKNAGOV
Plan NorwayNORORGGlobal development organization, working to give children a better future. Promotig children's rights to health care, education, protection from violence and abuse, and participation.
Plan RwandaRWANGOHelping poor children to access their rights to health, quality education, and a sustainable future.
Plan Sierra LeoneSLENPOPlan trys to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty is based around the core ideas of: educaiton, health, water and sanitation, protection, economic sucrity, emergencies, child participation, secual health.
Plan SudanSDNNGOHelping poor children to access their rights to health, quality education, and a sustainable future.
PLANET Europe (Erasmus Mundus)Multi-nationalEDUPLANET Europe is a two-year (120 ECs) integrated Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus Masters programme for aspiring planners wishing to address economic, environmental and spatial challenges in an international perspective. "planning - environment - territories"
PlanetizenMulti-nationalPROA public-interest information exchange for the urban planning, design, and development community
Planners NetworkMulti-nationalPROThe Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems. The Planners Network seeks to be an effective political and social force, working with other progressive organizations to inform public opinion and public policy and to provide assistance to those seeking to understand, control, and change the forces which affect their lives.
PlannersWebUSAEDU"News and information for citizen planners."
Planning and International Cooperation CommissionSYRNGOVision: Open up to the world and initiating partnership based approaches which keeps other interest and profile of cooperation and ensure optimal inputs from vent lets arising in what engenders a boost of practice regionally and internationally and ripens development statuses and goals nationally and localize MDGs
Planning Association of WashingtonUSAPROOur vision is of strong and livable communities guided by informed citizens. Our mission is to help shape a vibrant Washington through effective and informed community planning. We do this by providing an inclusive forum for sharing problems and solutions, developing planning knowledge and putting this knowledge into the hands of the public and their elected officials. Our goals are to provide education, develop a sustainable infrastructure that will build organizational capacity and grow awareness of the purpose and value of PAW.
Planning BureauCYPGOVMinistry of planning through the government of Cyprus.
Planning Comission, Government of IndiaINDGOVPlanning Commission plays an integrative role in the development of a holistic approach to the policy formulation in critical areas of human and economic development. In the social sector, schemes which require coordination and synthesis like rural health, drinking water, rural energy needs, literacy and environment protection have yet to be subjected to coordinated policy formulation. It has led to multiplicity of agencies. An integrated approach can lead to better results at much lower costs.
Planning Council of New ZealandNZLORGThe New Zealand planning council was set up by the government in response to the recommendations of a task force on economic and social planning
Planning DepartmentUAEGOVPlanning department that controls urban development
Planning ForumGBRNGO
Planning Institute AustraliaAUSCAPINSThe Planning Institute of Australia is the peak body representing professions involved in planning Australia's cities, towns, regions and places.
Planning Institute of British ColumbiaCANCIPINSThe Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) is the professional association of planners in British Columbia and the Yukon. PIBC is the westernmost affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) – the national association.
Planning Institute of JamaicaJAMINSThe Planning Institute of Jamaica is committed to leading the process of policy formulation on economic and social issues and external co-operation management to achieve sustainable development for the people of JAMAICA
Planning Institute of LyonFRAINS
Planning Officers SocietyGBRPROThe Planning Officers Society was formed in April 1997 by the amalgamation of the former County Planning Officers Society, District Planning Officers Society and the Metropolitan Planning Officers Society. With the formation of a single Local Government Association it was decided by the constituent societies that a single voice for local authority planning practitioners would be the most effective way of pursuing good and effective planning practice within local government.
Planning PortalGBRGOVThe Planning Portal is the online planning and building regulations resource for England and Wales.
Planning ResourceGBRPROIndependent intelligence for planning professionals
PlanumMulti-nationalPROThe Journal of Urbanism. Planum was the first European www and on-line journal entirely devoted to the planners and to the whole community of people involved in city development and the protection of the environment.
Policy and Planning DepartmentMSRGOV"PPD is responsible for managing the policy and national planning process across Government." From the PPD Website
POLIS University, International School of Architecture and Urban Development Policies, Faculty of Planning and EnvironmentALBAESOPEDUPOLIS University offers PhD programs in Architcture and Urban Planning in cooperation with a planning university in Italy. Study programs include industrial deisgn, restoration, and maintanice of buildings according to environment sustainability principles. This type of education will teach students design theories and methods, how to create accesible spaces, and how to implement cultural heritage into design.
Politecnico di Bari, Department of Architecture and Urban PlanningITAAESOPEDU
Politecnico di Torino, Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and PlanningITAAESOPEDU
Polytechnic of Namabia, School of Natural Resources and Tourism, Department of Land ManagementNAMAAPSEDU
Polytechnic School of Architecture and Urban PlanningDZAEDU
Polytechnic Tirana University, Faculty of Architecture and UrbanismALBEDUFAU consists of three departements: Department of Arcitecture, Scientific Urbanism, and the Scientific Research Center. Students can receive and a Bachelor's degree, Master of Science and a PhD in Urban Architecture within this program.
Polytechnic University of Valencia, Architecture, Urban Planning and LandscapeESPEDU
Polytechnic, Ibadan, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Polytechnical College of Architecture and Urban DesignALGEDU
Pontifical Catholic UniversityDOMEDU​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​La Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) is a non-state, Catholic institution of community service.
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, School of Architecture and UrbanismPEREDUThe goal of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at PUCP is to motivate more students to pursue urban architecture due to the lack of infrastructure and development in Peruvian cities today. They want to "rescue proficiancy" that is essential professionals in planning.
Portland State University, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and PlanningUSAACSPEDUHousing, jobs, parks and open space, pollution, traffic and social diversity. From the air we breathe to the length of our commute, myriad factors influence the “livability” of our cities. We prepare and inspire the students of Portland State University’s Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning to take on the challenges that urban communities face — whether close to home or around the globe.
Portuguese Association of Spatial PlannersPRTPROEnsure the professiona and social interests of Spatial Planners contribute to the scientific and cultural development of its members and defend respect for their ethical principles.
Portuguese Association of Town PlannersPRTECTPPROPresent, and together with the APPLA-Portuguese Association of Planners and the Planning APROUB-Portuguese Professional Association of Planners, the UPA is involved in the establishment of the Portuguese urban ORDER, integrating its AET.
Practical ActionMulti-nationalNGOPractical Action uses technology to challenge poverty in developing countries. We enable poor communities to build on their skills and knowledge to produce sustainable and practical solutions.
Pratt Institute, School of Architecture, Graduate Center for Planning and the EnvironmentUSAACSPINS
Prince's Foundation for Building CommunityGBRNGOOur goal is a future where all of us can take part in making our communities more sustainable. We're working with everyone from local residents' groups to governments to make it happen.
Private University of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Major in Architecture, Design, and UrbanismBOLEDUA modern architecture program with specializations in urban planning and design.
Professional Council of Architecture and Urban PlanningARGPROThe Professional Council of Architecture and Urbanism (CPAU) is a body set up by Decree to regulate professional practice.
Project for Public SpacesMulti-nationalINSProject for Public Spaces (PPS) is the central hub of the global Placemaking movement, connecting people to ideas, expertise, and partners who share a passion for creating vital places.
Provincial Government of Styria, Department of Spatial Planning LawAUTGOVThe department of spatial planning and building law is the responsible institution for the spatial planning on the level of municipalities for the whole province of Styria (Sept. 2013: 539 municipalities). It is mainly occupied with controlling and consulting of communities concerning the development of their zoning plans, master plans and development concepts which have to do on the basis of the Styrian planning law.
Public Housing Authorities Directors AssociationUSAPROFounded in 1979, PHADA represents the professional administrators of approximately 1,900 housing authorities from all over the United States. PHADA works closely with Members of Congress in efforts to develop sensible and effective public housing statutes, and obtain adequate funding for low-income housing programs. The association also serves as an advocate before the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on a variety of regulations governing public housing nationwide.
Puerto Rican Planning SocietyPRIPROThe Puerto Rican Planning Society is a democratic organization, with authority and visibility, supports professional planners and strengthens the practice of planning as instruments of social change in the process of forging a Puerto Rico prosperous, just, democratic, sustainable and happy .
Qassim University, College of Architecture Design and PlanningSAUEDU
Queen's University of Belfast, School of Planning, Architecture and Civil EngineeringGBRAESOPEDU
Queen's University, School of Urban and Regional PlanningCANACUPPEDU
Queensland University of Technology, School of Urban DevelopmentAUSANZAPSEDU
Radboud University Nijmegen, Department of Spatial Planning, Nijmegen School of ManagementNLDAESOPEDU
Rebuilding Place in the Urban SpaceUSABLG"A community’s physical form, rather than its land uses, is its most intrinsic and enduring characteristic." [Katz, EPA] This blog focuses on place and placemaking and all that makes it work--historic preservation, urban design, transportation, asset-based community development, arts and cultural development, commercial district revitalization, tourism and destination development, and quality of life advocacy--along with doses of civic engagement and good governance watchdogging.
Regional Agency for Sustainable DevelopmentUKRNGOThe Regional Afency of Sustainable Development is a social organization created for the concentration of people and communities for solving the problems of Sustainable Development in Western Ukraine.
Regional and Urban Planners Society of NepalNPLPRO
Regional Council for PlanningCHLGOVone of 5 regional commissions of the UN
Regional Council of Central FinlandFINGOV"The goal of our work is to keep residents living in Central Finland healthy: to provide work and income, services, a pleasant environment and functioning traffic connections."- Taken from the Keski-Suomen Liitto Website
Regional Council of Southwest FinlandFINGOV"The Regional Council of Southwest Finlands strives to an equal development of the region. The aims for the development are healthy citizens, a low unemployment rate, a prosperous economic life, a solid urban structure, a wellworking trafic system, and a pleasant environment."-Regional Council of Southwest Finland Mission Statement
Regional Development and Urban PlanningBELGOV
Regional Directorate for HousingPRTGOV
Regional Directorate for Planning and Structural FundsPRTGOV
Regional Gatway for Technology Transfer and Climate Change Action in Latin America and the CaribbeanBHSUNEPNGOREGATTA's objective is to strengthen capacity and knowledge sharing of climate change technologies and experiences for adaptation and mitigation in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Regional Plan AssociationUSAPROSince 1922, RPA has worked to improve the quality of life in the 31-county New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area by creating long-term comprehensive plans and promoting their implementation across political boundaries. RPA recommends policy initiatives and physical and human infrastructure investments and involves the public in considering and shaping its future. RPA takes positions on major current public policy issues and works constructively and cooperatively on a non-partisan basis with public and private sector interests to advance its agenda.
Regional Planning Agency of Paris/Ile-de-France
Regional Science Association InternationalGBRNGO
Regional Science Association InternationalPRTNGOThe Regional Science Association International (RSAI), founded in 1954, is an international community of scholars interested in the regional impacts of national or global processes of economic and social change.
Regional Studies AssociationGBRAESOPPRO
Registered Planners in RomaniaROMECTPPRO
Republic of Iraq Ministry of PlanningIRQGOVMoP is engaging in planning processes, development cooperation, statistical work and standardization, quality control or rehabilitaion, management developing, de-mining opertations from all around Iraq and in whatever else.
Republic of Rwanda Ministry of InfastructreRWAFEDThe Urban Planning and Housing Development sub-sector's main objective is to contribute to sustainable economic growth and well-being of the Rwandan population by improving urab planning and housing development infastructure. More specifically, the sub-sector aims to improve: human, urban, and semi-urban settlements, working conditions of public services; and public building for the Rwandan population.
Republic of the Philippines, Regional Development CouncilPHLGOVThe Regional Development Council (RDC) is the highest planning and policy-making body in the region. It serves as the counterpart of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board at the sub-national level. It is the primary institution that coordinates and sets the direction of all economic and social development efforts in the region. It also serves as a forum where local efforts can be related and integrated with regional and national development activities.
Republic of Turkey Ministry of DevelopmentTURGOV
Research and Design Institute of the DirectoratesALBINSConducts research in the field of legislation, town planning, studies national and regional infrastructure. Territory planning and land use in Albania
Research Center for Architecture and the CityPERINSThe reseach center connected to PUCP develops proposals for the city based on "comprehensive and sustainable territorial development" found in their research. Their goal is to inform people on different types of territorial development and open up public discussions on issues facing architecture and development in Peru.
Research Center of Architecture and the CityPERINSThe CIAC has the aspiration to contribute to the better understanding of the complexity of the architectural and urban production, in order to encourage the development of solid proposals which are distinguished by a commitment to offer quality cities and architecture that contribute to ensuring comprehensive and sustainable territorial development.
Research Centre for International Cooperation and DevelopmentRUSNGOFocused on research and informational provision I the field of international development assistance.
Research Group for the Institutions and the Law of Development, Urban Planning and Housing)NCLINSThe GRIDAUH (Research Group for the Institutions and the Law of Development, Urban Planning and Housing) is an organisation which has public recognition for its aims to foster research. It was created by ministerial decree on May 28th 1996 and the decree was then renewed on June 5th 2001. GRIDAUH goals are to develop administrative and judicial research in various fields such as land-use planning and housing.
Research Institute for Dwelling DesignRUSINS
Research Institute for Regional and Urban DevelopmentDEUAESOPINSNon-university research institute studying current and future development of towns and cities
Research Institute for Town PlanningRUSINS
Resilient Cities, ICLEIMulti-nationalICLEINGOResilient Cities was first launched in 2010 with the goal of connecting local government leaders and climate change adaptation experts to discuss adaptation challenges facing urban environments around the globe and forging partnerships that could have lasting impacts for cities. Five successful editions have made this goal a reality.
Resilient Futures InternationalUSAPRIRFI consults and collaborates with communities, providing the resources and facilitation necessary to enhance local capacity and support local leadership. RFI also provides support in conducting a community assessment to engage residents, determine a vision for sustainability, and map resources in order to determine strategies rooted in sustainable practices that meet community needs. Their goals are to empower communities and develop resilience.
Resource Centres for Urban Agriculture and ForestryMulti-nationalFEDThe RUAF Foundation is a global network with member organisations in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Europe together constituting a leading centre of expertise in the field of (intra- and peri-) Urban Agriculture and City Region Food Strategies.
Resource for Urban Design InformationMulti-nationalNGOThe urban knowledge sharing network
RUDI's 20,000-plus pages contain all the up-to-date material needed for research, proposal preparation, commissioning projects, fact-checking and general reference
Revitalization Forum AssociationPOLNGO
Ricardo Palma University, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningPEREDU
Riga Planning RegionLVAGOVPlanning organization for the capital region of Latvia
Rio Grande do Sul Institute of ArchitectsBRAINS
Ritsumeikan University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Urban Systems Engineering, Department of Architecture and Urban DesignJPNEDU
Riverside State University of Science and TechnologyNGAEDUDepartment of Urban and Regional Planning
RMIT University, School of Global Studies, Social Sciences and PlanningAUSAESOPEUD
Rocky Mountain Land Use InstituteUSAINSThe Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute was established to conduct education and research programs on legal and public policy issues related to land use and development. For 25 years, RMLUI has been leading a discussion in the West about the challenges presented by growth and innovative ideas for addressing them.
Roma Tre University, Department of ArchitectureITAAESOPEDU
Romanian Professional Association of Urban PlannersROMPRO
Royal Architectural Institute of CanadaCANINS
Royal Institute of Dutch ArchitectsNLDINS
Royal Institute of Technology, Urban Planning and EnvironmentSWEAESOPINS
Royal Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Regional DevelopmentNORGOV
Royal Town Planning InstituteGBRECTP, CAP, AESOPINSThe Royal Town Planning Institute is the UK's leading planning body for spatial, sustainable and inclusive planning and is the largest planning institute in Europe with over 23,000 members.
Rugers, The State University of New Jersey, urban Planning and Policy DevelopmentUSAACSPEDU
Rural Development & Land ReformZAFGOV
Rural Sociological SocietyUSAPRO
Rurality - Environment – DevelopmentBGRNGOR.E.D. animates a European rural development network and promotes a participatory approach of development integrating, in a specified area, the economic, social, cultural and environmental concepts into a territorial project.
Russian Institute of Urban Development and InvestmentRUSINSJoint-stock company Russian institute of urban development and investment "Giprogor"- one of leaders institute of the Ministry of regional development of the Russian Federation.
Rutgers University, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Department of Landscape ArchitectureUSAACSPEDU
Rwanda Environment Management AuthorityRWAGOVTo promote and ensure the protection of the environment and sustainable management of natural resources through decentralized structures of governance and seek national position to emerging global issues with a view to enhancing the well-being of the Rwandan people.
RWTH Aachen University, Seminar and Institute for Urban and Regional PlanningDEUINS
Ryerson University, School of Urban and Regional PlanningCANACUPPEDU
S.A.P. Ana University, Department of PlanningINDAPSAEDU
Saga University, Faculty of Science and Technology of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban DesignJPNEDU
Sahmakum Teang TnautKHMNGOTo provide pro-poor technical assistance for housing and infrastructure and to inform dialogue and raise awareness about urban issues. There vision is a society in which urban inhabitants enjoy adequate housing within a sustainability developing city.
Saint Louis University, Urban Planning and Real Estate DevelopmentUSAACSPEDU
Samoa Ministry of Natural Resources and EnvironmentWSMGOVThe MNRE leads the management of Samoa’s environment and natural resource. We work across a diverse range of issues as reflected in the core functions undertaken by the 14 Divisions.
San Diego State University, School of Public Affairs, City Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
San Francisco University, Architecture and Urban Planning CourseBRAEDU
San Jose State University, Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
San Juan National University, Faculty of Architecture, Town Planning and DesignARGEDUThis program focuses on the study of political, technical, and economic management of spaces for people.
Sapling.infoMulti-nationalINSArchitecture, Planning and Landscape Information Gateway - celebrating great built environment-related content online via our 1,100 reviewed links to architecture, planning and landscape-related websites.
Saskatchewan Professional Planners InstituteCANCIPINSSPPI (formally Association of Professional Community Planners of Saskatchewan) was incorporated in 1963 by enactment of ‘The Community Planning Profession Act.‘ The goals of the Institute are: To ensure to the public the proficiency and competence of professional community planners in the practice of professional community planning To promote and improve the proficiency and competence of professional community planners in any matter relating to professional community planning To do all or any of such things as may promote the usefulness of professional community planners to the public. SPPI is an affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP)
Saudi Fund For DevelopmentSAUGOVFunds international development co-operation and implements development projects.
Saudi Industrial Development FundSAUGOVWorks toward fulfillment of the objectives and policies of programs devised for industrial development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Savannah State University, Urban StudiesUSAACSPEDU
School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Gombe, KinshasaCOGEDU
School of Engineering Architecture and Urban PlanningMLIEDU
School of Planning and Architecture, BhopalINDEDU
School of Planning and Architecture, DelhiINDAPSAEDU
School of Planning and Architecture, VijayawadaINDEDU
Scottish Government Planning (Creating Places)GBRGOVThe planning system is used to make decisions about the future development and use of land in our towns, cities and countryside. It considers where development should happen, where it should not and how development affects its surroundings. The system balances different interests to make sure that land is used and developed in a way that creates high quality, sustainable places.
Scottish Government Built EnvironmentGBRGOVThe Scottish Government aims to increase sustainable economic growth - through legislation, policies actions and decisions on architecture & place making, building standards and planning.
Secretariat of Argiculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fishing and FoodMEXGOVThis sector of the Mexican government, which promotes political support to better produce of the agricultural sector and integrating rural production into the rest of the economy.
Secretariat of Environment and Sustainable DevelopmentARGGOVThe purpose of this Argentine government ministry is to implement the strategic planning of applying environmental policies. Its goal is to manage the preservation, conservation, protection and improvement of environment, especially related to development and resource use.
Secretariat of Planning and CoordinationBRAGOVOrganizational Contact Email
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment ProgrammeSLBGOVThe vital resources and ecosystems are under ever-increasing pressure as our islands strive to address their economic aspirations and meet the needs of their growing populations. The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has been charged by the governments nad administrations of the Pacific region with the protections and sustainable development of the region's environment.
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (French Polynesia)PYFGOVThe Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has been charged by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region with the protection and sustainable development of the region's environment.
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (New Caledonia)NCLGOVThe Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has been charged by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region with the protection and sustainable development of the region's environment.
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (Samoa)WSMGOVThe Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has been charged by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region with the protection and sustainable development of the region's environment
Secretary of Communication and TransportationMEXGOVGovernment Organization
Secretary of Development and Social InclusionHNDGOVThe mission of this organization is to serve as the executive branch with powers in social matters and poverty reduction and planning.
Secretary of Planning and ProgrammingGTMGOVContributes to the formulation of general development policy of the government and evaluates their implementation and impact.
Senegal's Ministry of Economy, Finance and PlanningSENGOVSenegal's Ministry of Economy, Finance and Planning takes initiative in promoting economic growth and sustainable development
Seoul National University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Urban and Regional PlanningKORAPSAEDUPublic university with programs in transportation planning and urban environment planning. Graduate school.
Seoul National University, School of Civil, Urban and Geo-Systems EngineeringKORAPSAEDU
Serbian Town Planners AssociationSRBECTPPRO
Seychelles Public Transport CorporationSYCGOV"Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) is a parastatal organisation constituted in 1977 to provide road passenger transport services on Mahé"- Statement from SPTC Website
Shack/Slum Dwellers InternationalMulti-nationalNGOShack / Slum Dwellers International (SDI) is a network of community-based organizations of the urban poor in 33 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Shahid Beheshti University, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningIRNEDU
Shakhes Pajouh Research InstituteIRNInstituteSHAKHES PAJOUH is the first innovative, research-oriented, and pioneer research institute of the private sector in Iran, which provides educational and research services to leading experts in science, technology and innovation at international, national and regional levels and is equipped with advanced technologies and research groups. Heading to a bright future, “SHAKHES PAJOUH Research Institute” is recognized as the leader of Research-Oriented Science among the best research institutes in the world.
Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition CenterCHNPROThemed on “City, Citizens, Environment, and Development”, the Center displays the past, present and future of Shanghai by traditional and modern displaying means.
Sheffield Hallam University, Architecture and PlanningGBRAESOPEDU
Shire of Cocos (Keeling) IslandsCCKFEDThis a government body on the islands that is in charge of overseeing the development of the country despite being an Australian territory. Despite this being an overarching government body, each island has a specific person in charge.
Shire of the Christmas IslandCXRGOVThe Shire provides standard local government type services as well as acts as agent for the Commonwealth in the provision of some services.
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, School of Architecture and Landscape DesignINDEDU
Shrinking CitiesDEUNGOShrinking Cities, a three-year initiative project of Germany's Federal Cultural Foundation, seeks to expand Germany's city-planning debate - until now concentrated on questions of demolishing surplus apartments and improving residential quarters - to address new questions and perspectives.
Simon Bolivar UniversityVENALEUPEDU
Simon Fraser University, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Resource and Environmental Planning ProgramCANACUPPEDU
Singapore Institute of PlannersSGPCAPINSDedicate to the advancement of urban planning and to promote planning practice as a profession and encourage planning consultancy work in both the public and private sectors. Promote the mutual exchange of ideas and views on planning theory and practice. Act as an informal professional certification body in admitting members with appropriate qualification and experience into the Institute. Promote and foster continuing education by holding international conventions, study tours, seminars and publications. Contribute expert opinions on urban and regional planning, development guide plans and issues to the government decision makers. Heighten public awareness of the important services provided by town planners in both the private and public sectors as well as in the regional and international arena. Ensure high standards of ethics in planning practice through its code of conduct and disciplinary provisions. Promotion of planning consultancy work overseas.
Singapore Planning and Research GroupSGPINS
SintefNORINSSINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. They create value and innovation through knowledge generation and development of technological solutions that are brought into practical use.
Skipulagsfraedingafélag IslandsISLEDU
SlimCity, World Economic ForumMulti-nationalNGOSlimCity is a World Economic Forum Industry Partnership initiative that provides a risk-free marketplace for cities and the private sector to exchange best practices and deliver resource efficiency within cities worldwide. The focus of this exchange is on the sustainable development of all aspects of a city to achieve reduced carbon emissions and increased resource efficiency across all sectors, and involves the following industries: chemicals, engineering & construction, energy, information technologies, mobility, and real estate.
Slovak Architects SocietySVKPRO
Slovak Association for Urban and Landscape PlanningSVKECTPPRO
Slovak Environmental AgencySVKGOVPromotes sustainable development through strategies and policies aimed at environmental conservation and nationwide landscape planning.
Slovak University of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning, Institute of ManagementSVKAESOPINS
Slovenian Chamber of EngineersSVNPROSlovenian Chamber of Engineers is an independent professional organization of engineers and land surveyors, which operates in the Republic of Slovenia and provides professional competence and safeguards the public interest in the field of spatial planning, construction of buildings and protection of third parties.
Smart Communities Network, National Center for Appropriate TechnologyFEDThe website contains a variety of great resources, tools, links to articles and publications, and community success stories on a variety of topics, including community energy, green development, and sustainable business.
Smart Growth AmericaUSANGOSmart Growth America advocates for people who want to live and work in great neighborhoods. We believe smart growth solutions support thriving businesses and jobs, provide more options for how people get around and make it more affordable to live near work and the grocery store. Our coalition works with communities to fight sprawl and save money. We are making America’s neighborhoods great together.
Smart Growth NetworkUSAFEDIn 1996, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency joined with several non-profit and government organizations to form the Smart Growth Network (SGN). The Network was formed in response to increasing community concerns about the need for new ways to grow that boost the economy, protect the environment, and enhance community vitality. The Network's partners include environmental groups, historic preservation organizations, professional organizations, developers, real estate interests; local and state government entities. The SGN is a forum for: raising public awareness of how growth can improve community quality of life; promoting smart growth best practices; developing and sharing information, innovative policies, tools and ideas; cultivating strategies to address barriers to and advance opportunities for smart growth.
Smart2 (Erasmus Mundus)Multi-nationalEDUThe project SMART²is coordinated by CentraleSupélec. It gathers 18 higher education institutions, 10 European and 8 Brazilian institutions. Three other structures are associated with the project, the T.I.M.E. network, Ecole Centrale de Lille and companies as Rincent BTP. "SmartCities & SmartGrids for Sustainable Development"
Smarter Land Use ProjectUSANGOThe Smarter Land Use Project, after more than twelve years of philanthropically funded research has discovered that 1) effective collaboration quickly reveals ideas that solve persistent problems; 2) problem-solving ideas come when there is a shift to a unifying consciousness; 3) the shift occurs when a person gets a feeling of community spirit by giving, making friends, sharing examples, etc; 4) the only person whose consciousness you can shift is you. The goal is to get problem-solving ideas by shifting yourself to a unifying consciousness when you are in the middle of a problem.
Social DeveloperCANNGOThe Social Developer is dedicated to the development of a public forum for the discussion of the social dynamics of modern urban planning and architecture and the influence of these disciplines on the individual
Society for Construction and Architechture in Local AuthoritiesGBRPROSCALA is a collaborative organisation of public sector architects and related professionals committed to assisting its members in achieving the highest possible standards in the development, design, construction and management of the public sector estate for the mutual benefit of their EMPLOYERS
Society for Range ManagementUSAPRO
Society for the Development and Promotion of the ArchipelagoSPMORGCreated in 1989 by the local French government of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, SODEPAR is a semi-public company with headquarters in St. Pierre and an office in Paris. SODEPAR sits in a number of committees, either in a decision-making or a consulting capacity.
Society for Urban EcologyMulti-nationalPROThe Society for Urban Ecology (SURE) exists to foster and develop knowledge and implementation of urban ecology worldwide by strengthening contacts and enriching the dialogue between researchers and practitioners, by representing the interests of the academic community within the wider international institutional context and by making the collective expertise of SURE available, where appropriate, in furthering the discussion of urban ecological issues.
Society for Urban, Regional and Land PlanningDEUECTPPRO
Society of Iranian Architects and PlannersUSAPROSociety of Iranian Architects & Plannersis a non-profit organization under section 501(a) of the internal Revenue Code and established in June 1998 with a large group of Iranian Architects and Planners in Los Angeles.
Society of Planners and Modernist ArchitectsBELPRO
Society of Polish Town PlannersPOLPROThe Society of Polish Town Planners is an advocate for social interes in management and using Polish space. For over 80 years it unites people of various proffesions and specialities in the name of actions meant to make our urban and rural areas an environment, that would effectively serve spiritual and material needs of a human, ingrained in cultural heritage of the nation; an environment, that would harmonize with nature and enrich the beauty of the native landscape.
Solar / Green Cities, Ministry of New and Renewable EnergyINDGOVThe Solar City aims at minimum 10% reduction in projected demand of conventional energy at the end of five years, through a combination of enhancing supply from renewable energy sources in the city and energy efficiency measures. The basic aim is to motivate the local Governments for adopting renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency measures. In a Solar City all types of renewable energy based projects like solar, wind, biomass, small hydro, waste to energy etc. may be installed alongwith possible energy efficiency measures depending on the need and resource availability in the city.
Solomon Islands Aid Coordination and ManagementSLBNGOThis project will strengthen and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of aid in coordination and management through building organizational and management/staff capabilitie. Stengthening this will help Solomon Islands attract foreign assistance, better target foreign assitance it is already receiving, increase absorptive capacity and effectiveness and address key development objectives.
South African Association of Consulting Professional PlannersZAFPRO
South African Council for PlannersZAFPROThe South African Council for Planners (SACPLAN) is the statutory Council of nominated members appointed in terms of the Planning Profession Act, 2002 (Act 36 of 2002) by the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform (Department of Rural Development and Land Reform) to regulate the Planning Profession (Planning is both the organisational process of creating and maintaining a plan) in terms of the Act.
South African Development Community (work in Lesotho)LSONGOThe main objectives of SADC are to achieve development, peace and security, and economic growth, to alleviate poverty, enhance the standard and quality of life of the peoples of Southern Africa, and support the socially disadvantaged through regional integration, built on democratic principles and equitable and sustainable development.
South African PlannersZAFPRO
South African Planning InstituteZAFCAPINSThe purpose and aim of the South African Planning Institute (SAPI) is to enhance the art and science of sustainable local, regional and national human and physical development planning, and the theory and practise relating thereto.
South Dakota Planners AssociationUSAPROA forum for discussion of issues among professional planners, planning commissioners, elected officials, and all South Dakotans!
Southern Africa Development CommunityBWANGOThe Southern African Development Community (SADC) Mission Statement is to promote sustainable and equitable economic growth and socio-economic development through efficient, productive systems, deeper co-operation and integration, good governance, and durable peace and security; so that the region emerges as a competitive and effective player in international relations and the world economy
Southern Cross University, School of Environment, Science and Engineering, Regional and Urban PlaningAUSEDU
Southwest Finland Regional State Administrative AgenciesFINGOV"The agencies' mission is to promote regional equality by carrying out executive, steering and supervisory tasks laid down in the law."- Taken from the AVI English Website
Spacial Development Planning at the University of LatviaLVAEDUProfessional master degree program "Spatial development planning" at the Faculty of Geography and the Earth Sciences of University of Latvia
Spanish Association of PlannersESPECTPPROThe Spanish Association of Town Planners, AETU, is an association of national multidisciplinary, ie, open to architects, engineers, lawyers, geographers, sociologists, economists, etc. who have specialized in urban planning, created in order to raise the study and discussion of new topical issues and serve as a channel to concerns in this complex matter.
Spanish Association of Urban ProfessionalsESPPRO
Spatial Planning and Energy for Communities in all LandscapesMulti-nationalFED
St. Cloud State University, Geography and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
St. Helena National TrustSHNNGOHold responsibility for the protection, enhancement and promotion of St Helena’s unique environmental and cultural heritage. The Trust’s activities include restoring the island’s fragile Gumwood forests, conserving the endemic Wirebird, restoring original habitat, promoting the protection of the historic buildings and fortifications, and educating and training local people.
State Committee for the Management of State PropertyBLRGOV
State Ministry of Government Coordination, Planning, Development and Employment PromotionBENGOV
State Ministry of National Development PlanningIDNGOVMinistry of National Development Planning / BAPPENAS (Kemenneg VAT) formerly named "Ministry of National Development Planning", is the ministry in charge of the Government of Indonesia is the national development planning matters. The main duty and function is reflected in the organizational structure, process of implementation of national development planning, and composition of human resources and educational background. In performing its duties, the Head of Bappenas assisted by Home Secretary, Expert Staff and Main Inspectorate, and 7 deputies each in charge of specific areas.
State of Afghan Cities ProgrammeAFGUNHABITATINSA key programme outcome will be a State of Afghan Cities 2014/15 Report. The Report will present a well-informed and action-oriented analysis of the state of urbanization across Afghanistan. It will include quantitative and qualitative city-based data as well as analyses of key national, provincial and municipal urban development issues in all 33 Provincial Municipalities of Afghanistan and Kabul.
State Planning CommitteePRKGOV
State University of Campinas, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban PlanningBRAEDU
State Urban Planning and Architecture CommitteeAZEGOVState Town Planning and Architecture Committee is the central executive body carrying out state policy and regulation on the town-planning, projecting, designing and architecture.
Stellenbosch University, School of Public Leadership, Sustainable Development Planning and ManagementZAFAAPSEDU
Stockholm ResilienceSWEINSStockholm Resilience Centre advances research on the governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience - the ability to deal with change and continue to develop.
Street FilmsMulti-nationalORGStreetfilms produces short films showing how smart transportation design and policy can result in better places to live, work and play.
Streets Blog NetworkMulti-nationalBLGStreetsblog is a daily news source connecting people to information about sustainable transportation and livable communities.
Sudan University of Science and Technology, Department of Urban PlanningSDNAAPSEDU
Sudanese Institute of ArchitectsSUDORG
Sun Yat-Sen University, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningCHNAPSAEDU
Suomi-Finland Housing and PlanningFINPRO
Superior Council for Scientific Research, Center for Information and DocumentationESPUrbandataEDU
Sustainable Cities CollectiveMulti-nationalFEDSustainable Cities Collective is an editorially independent, moderated community for leaders of major metropolitan areas, urban planning and sustainability professionals. We look to aggregate content and provide resources for all who work in or are interested in urban planning, sustainable development and urban economics. Looking at issues such as transportation, building practices, community planning & development, education, water, health and infrastructure, we hope to create a community where people can get involved and learn about the advances in how cities are becoming smarter and greener in the 21st century.
Sustainable Cities Institute, National League of CitiesUSAINSThe Sustainable Cities Institute aims to give guidance and information to local governments that want to pursue sustainability - in their own operations as well as across the communities where they govern. This commitment to sustainability will challenge local leaders to find the best long-term solutions for balancing environment, equity and economy. To implement these solutions local government leaders will need to prepare their communities for change. The Institute is committed to helping cities achieve success at these community building efforts by supplying them with direct access to information on sustainable principles and practices, illustrated by case studies about what other communities are doing. This web site is intended to be a central location for sustainability information needed by local governments. We will strive to help local governments save time and energy that might be spent on research, and instead spend it on making change happen locally.
Sustainable Communities OnlineUSANGOThere are many definitions and there are many different ways for communities to attain a more sustainable future. The sustainability of a community depends on creating and maintaining its economic and environmental health, promoting social equity, and fostering broad-based citizen participation in planning and implementation. Communities that engage citizens and institutions to develop sustainability principles and a collective vision for the future and that apply an integrative approach to environmental, economic, and social goals are generally likely to be more successful.
Sustainable Territorial Development (Erasmus Mundus)Multi-nationalEDUSTeDe IJM aims to create experts in the area of sustainable territorial development. More concretely it trains professionals to be able to help organizations acting in the territory (enterprises, local communities, civil society organizations) to draft sustainable development policies for economic, social, environmental, international and intercultural management.
Swaziland Urban Development ProjectSWZGOVThe Urban Development Project is the first phase of a long term urban development program aimed at increasing urban management efficiency and improving living conditions of low income urban households by providing basic urban services and housing
Swedish Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial PlanningSWEGOVThe mission of Formas is to promote and support basic research and need-driven research in the areas Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning. The research that is funded should be of the highest scientific quality and relevance to the areas of responsibility of the Council. Formas may also fund development projects to a limited extent.
Swedish Society for Town and Country PlanningSWEPROAn open non-profit association run for and by planners. FFS has a wide perspective of (spatial) planning, from very local level to regional planning and even national sector planning.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Urban and Rural DevelopmentSWEAESOPEDU
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Institute for Spatial and Landscape DevelopmentCHEAESOPINSLand is an asset. Land is scarce. Land is fragile. These three statements reflect the basic relationships of humankind to land: social, economic and environmental. They also describe the urgency of planning problems, as the demand for services provided by land is dramatically increasing. The goal of the Institute for Spatial Planning and Landscape Development is to understand the growing complexity of the interactions between these three organising principles and to develop new approaches that balance them in order to insure the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Swiss Federation of PlannersCHEECTPPRO
Symbiotic Cities NetworkMulti-nationalPROThe Symbiotic Cities Network is an open network of urban planners, architects, engineers, ecologists and economists. Our mission is to convene discussion, connect individuals and organizations, and initiate projects and explorations to develop ideas that will help facilitate our species’ transition from its current pathological parasitic relationship with the planet towards a regenerative, mutualistic, and symbiotic relationship with the natural systems that support life on earth.
Tampere University of Technology, School of ArchitectureFINAESOPEDU
Tanzania Association of PlannersTZACAPPRO
Tartu University, Institute for GeographyESTINSUniversity in Estonia that has a department of regional planning
Technical University of Berlin, Center for Metropolitan StudiesDEUEDUInstitute at Technische Universität Berlin researching historical development and current problems of urban areas.
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Planning, Building, EnvironmentDEUAESOPEDU
Technical University of Kenya, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningKENAAPSEDU
Technical University of Madrid, Urban and Regional Planning DepartmentESPAESOPEDU
Technical University of Riga, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningLVAEDULatvian University that has a a department of Regional Planning
TechnoServe PeruPERGOV
Tehran Urban Planning and Research CenterIRNGOVThe establishment of the Center dates back to 1978 when the Secretariat of the Council for Supervisory on Tehran's expansion was in Tehran. At that time, the Urban Planning and Research Center undertook technical, specialized, and critical studies for the council. In 1984 the center was separated from the council and joined the Deputy Office of Coordination and Planning of the City of Tehran.
Teletown: New Technologies and Urban DevelopmentDEUNGOTele Town is an information and opinion Forum on New Technologies and Urban Development. The new technologies are meant in this context, the possibilities offered by information and communication over the Internet (or an intranet). This page is primarily a guide to other sites. There is also a short introduction to important topics and issues. What influence will take the new technologies on spatial structures on the shape of cities and towns and on the role of urban planning? The developments have only just begun.
Temple University School of Environmental Design, Community and Regional Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
Territorial PlannersFRAPROPlanners of the territories "is based on an active network of about 1500 professionals and has the following objectives: Promotion of place and the quality of urban planning and development in territorial policies…
Territorial Planning CommissionASMGOVControls the Territorial General Plan program for American Samoa. Reviews non-resident business applications and makes recommendations on the overall planning of the Territory.
Texas AandM University, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Texas Southern University, School of Public Affairs, Department of Urban Planning and Environmental PolicyUSAACSPEDU
Thai City Planners SocietyTHAPRO
Thammasat University, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Urban Environmental Planning and Development ProgramTHAAPSAEDU
The Network of the French Urban Planning Public AgenciesFRAFEDFNAU is a French network of some 1,500 professionals within 51 agencies : we wish to provide in this Website all information needed about the activities driven by the agencies and by the network itself.
The World Academy of Sciences for the Advancement of Science in Developing CountriesMulti-nationalEDUTWAS is a global science academy based in Trieste, Italy, working to advance science and engineering for sustainable prosperity in the developing world.
This Big CityMulti-nationalEDU
Tirana University, Faculty of Construction Engineering (including Architecture)ALBEDU
Tokai University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture and Environment DesignJPNEDU
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Faculty of Urban Environment, Department of Architecture and Urban EnvironmentJPNEDU
Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban PlanningCHNAPSAEDUDuring the time of restructuring of the university and college systems in 1952, the Department of Architecture was formed by consolidating the following: Department of Civil Engineering at Tongji University, the Department of Architecture at St. John’s University, Hangzhou Christian College and Hangzhou Fine Arts School.
Toolbox Sustainable Urban PlanningDEUNGO
TostanSENNGOTo empower African commnities to bring about sustaiable development and positive social transformation based on respect for human rights. We believe that through this mission we can ensure every person-woman, man, girl, and boy- is able to live a life of dignity.
Town and Country Planners Association of KenyaKENPRO
Town and Country Planning AssociationAUSPRO
Town and Country Planning AssociationGBRPROThe Town and Country Planning Association campaigns for the reform of the UK’s planning system to make it more responsive to people’s needs and aspirations and to promote sustainable development.
Town and County Planners Association of KenyaKENAAKKEN
Town and Country Planning DepartmentBVIPROThe Town and Country Planning Department, Office of the Chief Minister, is the government department charged with the mission for ensuring “the proper use and spatial development of the territory through integrated land use planning and management, and public education.”
Town and Country Planning OfficeBRBGOV"town and public are accorded an efficient and timely planning service in order to provide the best physical envronment for the island"
Town and Country Planning OrganisationINDGOVThe The Town and Country Planning Organisation (TCPO), technical arm of the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, is an apex technical advisory and consultant organisation on matters concerning urban and regional planning strategies, research, appraisal, and monitoring of central government schemes and development policies.
Town and Regional Planning DivisionCYPORGThe objective of ΕΤΕΚ is to promote science in the various sectors related to the fields of specialisation of its members, engineering and technology in general and to develop them with a view to the self-sufficient economic, social and cultural development of the Republic.
Town and Spatial Planning Association of SloveniaSVNPROAssociation of Town and Spatial Planning Slovenia is a voluntary, independent, non-profit association of individuals who have come together with the aim of socializing, exchange of experience and technical information in the field of urbanism and spatial planning.
Town GenkiJPNNGOProvides information on educational material learning and experience learning about the town planning.
Town Planning Association of MauritiusMUSCAPPRO
Town Planning BoardHKGGOV
Town Planning BoardSWZGOVMinistry of housing and urban development. Includes all maters relating to town planning schemes
Town Planning DepartmentUAEGOVPlanning department that controls urban development in Abu Dhabi.
Town Planning GroupNZLPRITown Planning Group is a resource management and land development consultancy group that works across the entire country of New Zealand. They work with everything from commercial, retail and residential development to land subdivision and infrastructure planning.
Traffic Information CentreRUSBLGZines aimed at creating favorable transport infrastructure in the city. The research projects, exchange of views. Examples of transport models of Russian cities.
Transitioning Towards Urban Resilience and SustainabilityMulti-nationalNGOTURAS is a five year Project that will develop visions, feasible strategies, spatial scenarios and guidance tools to help cities address the urgent challenges of:
climate change adaptation and mitigation; natural resources shortage; unsustainable urban growth.
Transport DepartmentESTGOV"Planning transport in the city, directing, coordinating and organising its development"
Transport Systems of Cities and Areas of their InfluenceRUSNGOInformation portal. Consider the problem of urban transport systems and their areas of influence. Conferences, scientific articles, abstracts, timely information.
Transportation Research BoardUSAEDUThe mission of the Transportation Research Board is to provide leadership in transportation innovation and progress through research and information exchange, conducted within a setting that is objective, interdisciplinary, and multimodal.
TransSpot. Roads and TransportationRUSNGOArticles on the roads, transport interchanges and transport. A comprehensive review of the issues of roads and transport. Road design and components, taking into account international experience.
Trinidad and Tobago Society of Planners [Trinidad and Tobago Group of Professional Associations Limited]TTOCAPPRO
Tsinghua University, School of ArchitectureCHNAPSAEDU
Tufts University, Urban and Environmental Policy and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Tunghai University, Department of ArchitectureTWNAPSAEDU
Tunisian Association of Urban PlannersTUNPRO
Turkish Chamber of City Planners and ArchitectsTURPROThe purpose of the Chamber of City Planners is to advise on issues related to the urban and regional planning profession and to protect public interest of the country. This includes protection of natural resources and public assests.
Turku City Planning and EnvironmentFINGOV
Uganda Institute of Physical PlannersUGACAPINS
UN-Habitat, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningKENNGOUN-Habitat is the United Nations program working towards a better urban future. Its mission is to promote socially and environmentally sustainable human settlements development and the achievement of adequate shelter for all.
Union of Contractors, Architects and EngineersDEUPRO
Union of Young Tunisian PlannersTUNNGOThe Union of Young Tunisian planners (U.J.U.T.) is an independent student movement created in 2015 that brings together young graduated in Tunisia who are accessing institutions offering higher education in urban design and regional planning.
Established since the creation of the U.J.U.T, the committee " Tunisian Association of Professional Planners T.A.P.P. " implements projects on the agenda of the network where it operates, specifically fields promoting the profession and professional certification of graduates.
UNISDR National Disaster Management Centre MaldivesMDVNGONDMC is committed to taking pro-active and timely measures to prevent or reduce the impact of disasters on the Maldivian people and economy through its efficient staff and collaborative efforts with National, Regional and International Agencies.
United Arab Emirates Designated National Authority, Clean Development MechanismUAEGOVThe purpose of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is defined in Article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.The DNA, also called National Higher Permanent Committee for the CDM, is presided over by H.E the Minister of Energy and is composed of the main federal and local government bodies.
United Architects of the PhilippinesPHLPROUAP, the voice of the profession of architecture, inspires and supports its members as leaders to improve and sustain the quality of the built environment. UAP believes that an important purpose of architecture is to create a vision that improves the built environment. This vision is vital to the advancement of the living standards of our communities and provides a service of ever-increasing value to society.
United Cities and Local GovernmentsMulti-nationalFEDUnited Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) represents and defends the interests of local governments on the world stage, regardless of the size of the communities they serve.
United Nations Development ProgramCOMUNNGOUnited Nations Development Programme in Comoros
United Nations Development ProgrammeMulti-nationalUNNGOAids developing nations reach their developmental goals
United Nations Development Programme in Timor LesteTLSUNNGOIn Timor-Leste, UNDP provides technical advice and assistance to build strong and capable public institutions at national and sub-national levels in justice, parliament, human rights, anti-corruption, police, economic development, environmental management and disaster risk management that bring development, peace and justice to the population and reach out to the poor and vulnerable sections of society.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Environment and Human Settlements DivisionMulti-nationalUNFED
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganiztionMulti-nationalUNNGOUNESCO’s mission has been to contribute to the building of peace, poverty eradication, lasting development and intercultural dialogue, with education as one of its principal activities to achieve this aim. - See more at:
United Nations Environment ProgramMulti-nationalUNNGOUNEP is one of the leading organizations in the world that sets the global environmental agenda, and implements and advocates for sustainable development around the world.
United Nations Human Settlements ProgrammeKENUN, AESOPNGOUN-Habitat promotes the sustainable urbanization within the national and local level in Ecuador, a country of a great biodiversity and ethnically diverse, by participating and assisting the Housing and Urban Development Ministry as well as to some municipalities. UN-Habitat is part of the National Sectorial Council of Habitat, Human Settlements and Housing, created on 2011, made out of delegates of the different administrative regions of the country.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - UN Habitat HPM PacificMulti-nationalUNNGO
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - UN Habitat Regional Office for Latin America and the CaribbeanMulti-nationalUNNGOUN-Habitat's mission is to promote peoples and social and environmentally sustainable cities with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - ZambiaZMBUNNGOThe aim of this proposal is to assist the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) and the Lusaka City Council (LCC) in building adequate institutional capacity at both central and local levels regarding urban planning, especially concerning city extensions. This includes the support to the development of a robust urban policy and regulatory framework for Zambia and the Lusaka city in particular.
United Nations Industrial Development OrganizationMulti-nationalUNNGO
United Nations Multilingual Terminology DatabaseMulti-nationalUNEDUThis database was compiled over the years in response to diverse and wide-ranging demands of United Nations language staff for terminology and nomenclature. It is being put on the Internet to facilitate the efforts of people around the world who participate in the work of the United Nations but do not have access to the Secretariat's intranet.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk ReductionMulti-nationalUNUNISDR’s mandate has been defined by a number of United Nations General Assembly Resolutions, the most notable of which is “to serve as the focal point in the United Nations system for the coordination of disaster reduction and to ensure synergies among the disaster reduction activities of the United Nations system and regional organizations and activities in socio-economic and humanitarian fields”
United Nations Operations and Project Services in Timor LesteTLSUNNGOUNOPS mission is to serve people in need by expanding the ability of the United Nations, governments and other partners to manage projects, infrastructure and procurement in a sustainable and efficient manner. With over 7,000 personnel spread across 80 countries, UNOPS offers its partners the logistical, technical and management knowledge they need, where they need it.
United States Agency for International Development, Making Cities WorkMulti-nationalGOVCities and towns are now home to more than half the world’s population. With the developing world absorbing most of this urban growth, harnessing the promise of rapid urbanization is not just a good idea, it’s a necessity. USAID works to strengthen inclusive cities that adequately serve their citizens, encouraging people to live productive lives in safe and healthy communities.
United States Agency for International Development, Urban ProgramsMulti-nationalGOVUSAID helps cities adjust to an increasingly urban world by providing technical assistance and funding in the following areas: city management and governance, municipal finance, housing, infrastructure and services, local economic growth, urban health and environment, urban security.
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and DevelopmentUSAGOVThe Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) seeks to develop viable communities by promoting integrated approaches that provide decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities for low and moderate income persons. The primary means towards this end is the development of partnerships among all levels of government and the private sector, including for-profit and non-profit organizations.
United States Environmental Protection Agency, Green CommunitiesUSAGOVGreen Communities is a web-based toolkit and planning guide designed to help communities access the tools and information to help them become more sustainable, Green Communities.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras, Architecture, Urban and Regional PlanningHNDEDUAn architecture program that has focuses in urban planning and regional planning.
Universite de Montreal, Institut d'urbanisme, Faculte d'amenagementCANACUPPINS
Universite de Paris I, Magistere d'Amenagement et Master d'Amenagement et UrbanisteFRAAESOPEDU
Universite de Paris VIII, Institut Francais d'UrbanismeFRAAESOPINS
Universite de Quebec a Montreal, Module d'urbanismeCANACUPPEDU
Universite Laval, Faculte d'amenagement, d'architecture, d'art et de design, Ecole superieure d'amenagement du territoireCANACUPPEDU
University Dammam, College of Architecture and PlanningSAUEDU
University "Federico II" Napoli, Department of ArchitectureITAAESOPEDU
University "G.d'Annunzio" Chiete, Department of Environment, Networks and TerritoryITAAESOPEDU
University at Albany, SUNY, Department of Geography and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University at Buffalo, SUNY, School of Architecture and Planning, Department of Architecture and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University Bordeaux 3, Institut d'Amenagement, de Tourisme et d'UrbanismeFRAAESOPINS
University College Cork, Masters Programme in Planning and Sustainable DevelopmentIRLAESOPEDU
University College Dublin, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental PolicyIRLAESOPEDU
University College London, The Bartlett School of PlanningGBRAESOPEDU
University College London, Urban Planning, Design and Management BSc DepartmentGBREDUThis MSc aims to equip participants to work effectively as development practitioners in urban contexts through a deeper understanding of the processes that generate urban change. The programme aims to enhance their diagnostic and strategic capacities to respond to such change within the framework of socially just urban governance.
University de Lille 1 - Sciences et Technologies, Institut d'Amenagement et d'Urbanisme de LilleFRAAESOPINS
University de Nantes, UFR de Droit, de Geographie et Amenagement et Ecole d'Architecture, DESS Villes et TerritoiresFRAAESOPEDU
University de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Institute of Regional Development Sustainability and Urban PlanningFRAAESOPINS
University for Business and Technology, Architecture and Spatial PlanningXKXAESOPEDU
University for Development Studies, Faculty of Planning and Land ManagementGHAAAPSEDU
University Francois Rabelais, Spatial Planning and Environment DepartmentFRAAESOPEDU
University Institute of Architecture in Venezia, Faculty of Urban and Regional PlanningITAAESOPINS
University Lumiere Lyon II, Urban Planning Institute of LyonFRAAESOPINS
University Lusofona de Humanidades e Technologieas, Department of Urban PlanningPRTAESOPEDU
University of Adelaide, School of Architecture and Built EnvironmentAUSEDU
University of Alabama, Department of GeographyUSAACSPEDU
University of Alberta, Department of Earth and Atmospheric SciencesCANACUPPEDU
University of AlgiersDZAEDULaw facility with urban planning a part of their curricula
University of America, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningCOLEDU
University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science ResearchNLDAESOPINS
University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil, Department of Spatial PlanningCHEAESOPEDU
University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam, School of Built EnvironmentNLDAESOPEDU
University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Department of Architecture and DesignDEUAESOPEDU
University of Architecture of Ho Chi Minh CityVNMAPSAEDU
University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Department of Urban Planning, Faculty of ArchitectureBGRAESOPEDUFor the duration of its existence, the University has prepared more than 5700 architects and 25,000 engineers. In five faculties - Architecture, Civil engeneering, Hydrotechnik, Surveying, Transport engeneering and 33 departments are educated senior executives for the following majors: Architecture, Urbanizam, construction of buildings and facilities, road construction, water supply and sanitation, and Geodesy.
University of Arizona, School of Landscape Architecture and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Art, Faculty of Urbanism and ArchitectureIRNEDU
University of Auckland, School of Architecture and PlanningNZLEDUThis University of Auckland program analyzes the global environment, changing social needs, economic issues, and environmental challenges. It focuses on connecting students with both local and international professionals and planning institutes.
University of Auckland, School of Architecture Property and PlanningNZLEDU
University of Aveira, Department of Social and Political Sciences and Spatial PlanningPRTAESOPEDU
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Geography, Department of Spatial PlanningSRBAESOPEDU
University of Belgrade, Institute of Spatial PlanningSRBINS
University of Belgrano, School of Archirtecture and UrbanismARGEDUThe school with graduate studies programs in architecture and urbanism studies.
University of Bern, Institute of Geography, Urban and Regional PlanningCHEINSUniversity institution within the school of geography, in Swizterland's city of Bern. Focus on changing land use policies in Switzerland.
University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional StudiesGBRAESOPEDU
University of Botswana, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Department of Architecture and PlanningBWAAAPSEDU
University of Boyaca, Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts, Master in Urban PlanningCOLEDU
University of Brasilia, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningBRAEDU
University of British Columbia, School of Community and Regional PlanningCANACUPPEDU
University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Architecture and Urban DesignARGEDU
University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Architecture, Design and UrbanismARGEDUThe school of architecture, design and urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.
University of Burundi, Higher Institute of Technicians of the Interior and Urban DevelopmentBDIINS
University of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental DesignCANACUPPEDU
University of California, Berkeley, Department of City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of California, Davis, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental PolicyIRLRTPI, IPIEDUGPEP seeks to provide the knowledge and analytical tools to understand the dynamics of physical landscapes and environmental processes, and the interrelationship between people and places at all geographical scales. To address the pressing international, national and local challenges in implementing sustainable development and improving quality of life via environmental policy and spatial planning
University of California, Irvine, Department of Planning, Policy and DesignUSAACSPEDU
University of California, Los Angeles, Luskin School of Public Affairs, Department of Urban PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Canberra, Urban and Regional PlanningAUSANZAPSEDU
University of Cape Town, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, School of Architecture, Planing and GeomaticsZAFAAPSEDU
University of Catania, Architecture DepartmentITAAESOPEDU
University of Chile, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningCHLEDU
University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, Planning, School of PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Colorado Denver, Department of Planning and DesignUSAACSPEDU
University of Delaware, School of Urban Affairs and Public PolicyUSAACSPEDU
University of Dortmund, Institute of Spatial PlanningDEUINSThe Institute of Spatial Planning at the University of Dortmund was founded in 1974. Itis the central research facility of the Faculty of Spatial Planning and is the only research institute in Germany to cover such a wide spectrum of research interests. The Institute aims to integrate the different disciplines at the Faculty through inter-disciplinary research projects and services. The range of research projects extends from theoretical and methodological basic research to practice-oriented forms of policy advice and applied research. The IRPUD approach to research is trans-disciplinary and strives to integrate the specific research perspectives, methods and theories to contribute to the development of spatial planning as an autonomous scientific discipline.
University of Economics, Department of Regional StudiesPOLAESOPEDU
University of Economy, Bydgoszcz, Architecture and Town PlanningPOLEDU
University of Eldoret, School of Environmental Studies, Department of Environmental Monitoring, Planning and ManagementKENAAPSEDU
University of Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Architecture and PlanningPAKAPSAEDU
University of Firenze, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningITAAESOPEDU
University of Florida, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Gent, Department of PlanningBELAESOPEDU
University of Georgia, College of Environment and DesignUSAACSPEDU
University of Glasgow, Department of Urban StudiesGBRAESOPEDU
University of Gothenburg, Institutionen for KulturvardSWEAESOPINS
University of Groningen, Department of Spatial Planning and Environment, Faculty of Spatial SciencesNLDAESOPEDU
University of Guadalajara, University Center of Art, Architecture, and DesignMEXALEUPEDUThis is a university program dedicated to forming quality professionals and innovators in architecture, design and art.
University of Guanajuanto, Master of Regional Urban PlanningMEXEDUThis is a university program dedicated to regional and urban planning.
University of Guelph, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, Rural Planning and Development ProgramCANACUPPEDU
University of Guilan, Architecture, Urbanism, Urban Design and PlanningIRNEDU
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Hong Kong, Department of Urban Planning and DesignCHNAPSAEDU
University of Ibadan, Faculty of the Social Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDUThe goal of this department is the pursuit of excellence in Urban and Regional Planning
University of Idaho, Bioregionial Planning and Community DesignUSAACSPEDU
University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, Urban Planning and Policy ProgramUSAACSPEDU
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Iowa, School of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Isfahan (Isfahan Art), Architecture, Urbanism, Urban Design and PlanningIRNEDU
University of Jinan, Urban Development Research CentreCHNEDUThe School of City Development, being one of the 20 schools in University of Jinan, has earned a reputation for the cradle of talent with most prosperous future. It has engaged in the education and research on urban development. Under this goal and priority, the school is divided into three departments: Geography Science Department, City Management Department, and Environment& Resources Department.
University of Johannesburg, School of Civil Engineering and Built Environment, Department of Town and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
University of Kaiserslautern, Faculty of Spatial and Environmental PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
University of Kansas, School of Architecture, Design and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Kassel, School of Architecture, Urban Planning and Landscape PlanningDEUAESOPEDU
University of Khartoum, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Planning and Urban DesignSDNAAPSEDUThe purpose of the program is to help serve the Sudanese community and contributing to the development and welfare of society. To encourage, enrich, and develop scientific research in the field of architecture and design.
University of KwaZulu-Natal, College of Humanities, School of Built Environment and Development StudiesZAFAAPSEDU
University of Lagos, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
University of Latvia, Riga, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningLVAAESOPEDU
University of Lisbon, Center for Urban and Regional SystemsPRTAESOPINS
University of Lisbon, Faculty of ArchitecturePRTAESOPEDU
University of Lisbon, Institute of Geography and Spatial PlanningPRTAESOPINS
University of Lisbon, Institute of Social SciencesPRTAESOPINS
University of Liverpool, Department of Geography and PlanningGBRAESOPEDU
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, Department of Town and Regional Planning / Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape ArchitectureSVNAESOPEDU
University of Lodz, Department of the Built Environment and Spatial PolicyPOLAESOPEDU
University of Los AndesCOLALEUPEDU
University of Louisville, Department of Urban and Public AffairsUSAACSPEDU
University of Luxembourg, Institute of Geography and Spatial PlanningLUXINS
University of Malawi, The Polytechnic, Faculty of the Built Environment, Department of Land Surveying and Physical PlanningMWIAAPSEDU
University of Malta, Faculty for the Built EnvironmentMLTAESOPEDU
University of Manchester, Department of Planning and Environmental Management, School of Environment, Education and DevelopmentGBRAESOPEDU
University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, Department of City PlanningCANACUPPEDU
University of Maryland at College Park, Urban Studies and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Massachusetts, Department of Landscape, Architecture and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Melbourne School of DesignAUSANZAPSEDU
University of Memphis, Department of City and Regional PlanningUSAACSP, AESOPEDU
University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban PlanningUSAACSP, AESOPEDU
University of Minnesota, Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Missouri, Kansas City, Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and DesignUSAACSPEDU
University of Moratuwa, Department of Town and Country PlanningLKAAPSAEDU
University of Moron, Faculty of Architecture, Design, Art and Urban PlanningARGEDU
University of Nairobi, School of the Built Environment, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningKENAAPSEDU
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Department of Spatial, Landscape and Infrastructure ScienceAUTAESOPEDU
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Community and Regional Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
University of Nevada, Reno, Department of GeographyUSAACSPEDU
University of New England, School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Science, Geography and PlanningAUSANZAPSEDU
University of New Mexico, School of Architecture and Planning, Community and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of New Orleans, Planning and Urban StudiesUSAACSPEDU
University of New South Wales, Faculty of the Built Environment, Planning ProgramAUSANZAPSEDU
University of Newcastle, School of Architecture, Planning and LandscapeGBRAESOPEDU
University of Nigeria, Enugu, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDUDepartment of Urban and Regional Planning
University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and ArchitectureSRBAESOPEDU
University of North Carolina, Department of City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Northern British British Columbia, School of Environmental PlanningCANACUPPEDU
University of Oklahoma, Division of Regional and City PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Oregon, Planning, Public Policy and Management DepartmentUSAACSPEDUThe Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) is concerned with the ways governments, nonprofit organizations, and other institutions address some of the most important problems facing society today. With the unique policy and planning environment of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, PPPM builds off this region’s international reputation for livability, pioneering planning, and innovative policy as we explore how to make the world a better place.
University of Oulu, Department of ArchitectureFINAESOPEDU
University of Oulu, Northern Environmental Research CooperationFINEDUNorNet research cooperation is already more than a decade compiled by researchers down at the northern environment and natural resources sector specific issues. Fields of Cooperation to promote cooperation between the University of Oulu and the research institutes in research and research training.
University of Palermo, Department of Architecture - City, Region and Landscape Planning UnitITAAESOPEDU
University of Patras, Department of Architecture, Faculty of EngineeringGRCAESOPEDU
University of Pennsylvania, Department of City and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Porto, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningPRTEDUTraining in the global sense - cultural, scientific, technical, artistic, civic and ethical - as part of diversified processes of teaching and learning, to develop capabilities and specific and transferable skills and the dissemination of knowledge;
University of Porto, Faculty of ArchitecturePRTAESOPEDU
University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering, Department Civil Engineering, Division of Spatial and Environmental PlanningPRTAESOPEDU
University of Pretoria, School for the Built Environment, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
University of Puerto Rico, Graduate School of PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Queensland, School of Geography, Planning and ArchitectureAUSANZAPS, AESOPEDU
University of Reading, School of Real Estate and PlanningGBRAESOPEDU
University of Rosario, World Society for EkisticsMulti-nationalEDU
University of Rwanda, College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences, and Veterinary MedicineRWAINSThe mission of CAVM is to advance knowledge, promote teaching and research, and help the society discover innovative solutions to overcome its more pressing problems.
University of San Carlos Guatemala, Center for Regional and Urban StudiesGTMEDUAims to propose solutions and dissemination of knowledge, effectively influence in new urban and regional systems, and mitigate the degradation of society, human life, and the environment.
University of Santo Tomas, College of Architecture and Urban PlanningPHLEDU
University of Sao Paulo, Architecture and PlanningBRAEDU
University of Sarajevo, Architecture and Town PlanningBIHEDU
University of Saskatchewan, Department of Geography and Planning, Regional and Urban Planning ProgramCANACUPPEDU
University of Science, Malaysia, School of Housing, Building and Planning, Urban and Regional Planning ProgramMYSAPSAEDU
University of Seville, Architecture, Planning and HeritageESPEDU
University of Sheffield, Department of Town and Regional PlanningGBRAESOPEDUWe're an internationally-renowned centre of excellence for the study of planning and real estate. We help make better, safer, more attractive and sustainable places.
University of South Australia, School of Natural and Built Environments, Urban and Regional PlanningAUSEDU
University of South Florida, School of Architecture and Community DesignUSAEDU
University of South Florida, School of Public AffairsUSAACSPEDU
University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public PolicyUSAACSPEDU
University of Southern Maine, Community Planning and DevelopmentUSAACSPEDU
University of Stuttgart, Institute for the Foundations of Planning, Architecture and Urban PlanningDEUAESOPINS
University of Sunshine Coast, Faculty of Arts and Social SciencesAUSEDU
University of Swaziland: Department of geography, environmental science and planningSWZEDUThis department strives to build capacity in human resources for the nation's development in the fields of natural resources, environmental management, urban and regional planning.
University of Sydney, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, Urban and Regional Planning and PolicyAUSEDU
University of Tartu, Department of GeographyESTAESOPEDU
University of Tasmania, School of Geography and Environmental StudiesAUSEDU
University of Technology, Malaysia, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningMYSAPSAEDU
University of Technology, Mara, Town and Regional Planning DepartmentMYSAPSAEDU
University of Technology, Sydney, School of the Built Environment, Design, Architecture and BuildingAUSANZAPSEDU
University of Texas - San Antonio, Center for Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Texas at Arlington, School of Urban and Public Affairs, City and Regional Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
University of Texas at Austin, Graduate Program in Community and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of the Andes, Faculty of Architecture and Urban PlanningVEN
University of the ComorosCOMGOV
University of the Free State, Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningZAFAAPSEDU
University of the Orient, Faculty of TechnologyCUBEDU“Creation and conservation of architecture and urbanism in reference to planning, design, and execution.”
University of the Philippines, School of Urban and Regional PlanningPHLEDUThe School is located along E. Jacinto St. and Magsaysay St. The three-story building is the MMINUTE Building which hosts the offices of the Dean, Faculty Room, Office of the Research and Publications, Office of Training and Extension Services, Library an
University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, School of Architecture and PlanningZAFAAPSEDUThe 'Wits' School of Architecture and Planning is engaged with the challenges of design and development in the dynamic African city of Johannesburg and beyond. The School's core activity is the provision of an excellent learning environment towards accredited professional degrees in architecture and in planning, and towards qualification in related fields such as housing, urban design and wider urban studies.
University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Faculty of EngineeringGRCAESOPEDU
University of Thessaly, School of Engineering, Department of Planning and Regional DevelopmentGRCEDUThe School of Engineering of the University of Thessaly consists of five departments: the DPRD, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications and Networks, Civil Engineering and Architecture.
University of Tokyo, Department of Urban EngineeringJPNAPSAEDUThe aim of the Department is to give students a definite background as an expert of planning, design and management of the urban community.
University of Tokyo, Department of Urban Engineering, Urban Design LabJPNEDUIn this laboratory, we are trying to propose better ways to design urban spaces. This contains studies on methods of city renewals, design controls on architectures, an forming citizens agreement to produce scenetic city views
University of Toledo, Department of Geography and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Toronto, Department of Geography, Program in PlanningCANACUPPEDU
University of Tromso, Department of Sociology, Political Science and Community PlanningNORAESOPEDU
University of TuzliBIHEDU
University of Twente, Faculty of Geo-Informaiton Science and Earth ObservationNLDAESOPEDU
University of Ulster, School of the Built EnvironmentGBRAESOPEDU
University of Utah, Department of City and Metropolitan PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Utrecht, Department of Environmental StudiesNLDAESOPEDU
University of Utrecht, Department of Human Geography and PlanningNLDAESOPEDU
University of Venda, School of Environmental Sciences, Department of Urban and Regional PlaningZAFAAPSEDU
University of Vilnius, Geographic InstituteLTUINS
University of Virginia, Urban and Environmental PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Waikato, Environmental PlanningNZLEDUBased on the recognition that environmental problems and solutions involve social, economic and cultural dimensions as well as the natural and physical environment.
University of Washington, Department of Urban Design and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Waterloo, Faculty of Environmental Studies, School of Urban and Regional PlanningCANACUPPEDU
University of West of England, Faculty of Environment and Technology, School of Planning and ArchitectureGBRAESOPEDU
University of Western Australia, School of Earth and EnvironmentAUSEDU
University of Western Brittany, Institute of GeoarchitectureFRAAESOPINS
University of Western Sydney, School of Social SciencesAUSANZAPSEDU
University of Westminster, School of Architecture and the Built EnvironmentGBRAESOPEDU
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Architecture and Urban PlanningUSAACSPEDU
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Urban Studies, Urban Affairs AssociationUSAAESOPEDU
University of Zagreb, Faculty of ArchitectureHRVEDUThe Faculty of Architecture organizaes university dtudies, research and professional work in architecture and urban design. They have done studies in landscape architecture, spatial plans and improvement of the human environment.
University of Zambia, School of Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Environmental StudiesZMBAAPSEDU
University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Social Studies, Department of Rural and Urban PlanningZWEAAPSEDU
University of ZuliaVENALEUPEDU
University Paris IV Sorbonne, Town and Regional Planning Institute of the University Paris-SorbonneFRAAESOPINS
University Paul Cezanne Aix marseille III, Institut d'Urbanisme et d'Amenagement RegionalFRAAESOPINS
University Pierre Mendes-France, Planning School of GrenobleFRAAESOPEDU
University School of Architecture and PlanningINDEDU
Uppsala MunicipalitySWEGOVMunicipality of the city of Uppsala. Oversees city planning and services.
Urban Affairs AssociationUSAPROThe Urban Affairs Association is the international professional organization for urban scholars, researchers, and public service providers. UAA exists to encourage the dissemination of information about urbanism and urbanization, support the development of university education, research, and service programs in urban affairs, and provide leadership in fostering urban affairs as a professional and academic field.
Urban AgeMulti-nationalEDUThe Urban Age Programme, jointly organised with Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society, is an international investigation of the spatial and social dynamics of cities centred on an annual conference, research initiative and publication.
Urban and Regional Information System AssociationUSAPROURISA is a non-profit association of professionals using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other information technologies to solve challenges in all state and local government agencies and departments. URISA is considered to be the premier organization for the use and integration of spatial information technology to improve the quality of life in urban and regional environments. Through its international, national and local chapter operations, URISA serves nearly 7,000 professionals worldwide.
Urban and Regional Innovation ResearchGRCEDUThe URBAN AND REGIONAL INNOVATION Research (URENIO) is a university laboratory for the promotion of research and supply of scientific and technological services in the field of innovation systems and intelligent cities. URENIO is part of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Urban and Rural Development NetworkDEUPROThe URDN is an organisation aiming at bringing together professionals and researchers of the field of spatial planning and development studies.
Urban Council of Spatial PlannersMulti-nationalFEDAn umbrella association of 24 planning organizations providing its members with a common framework for planning practice, planning education, continuing professional development and the definition of professional responsibilities
Urban Design Alliance of QueenslandAUSPRO
Urban Design ConferencePROOverview, activity reports and events information. National block introduction and Japan and the world of urban design.
Urban Design Forum AustraliaAUSPROUrban Design Forum Incorporated is a not-for-profit initiative formed with the following statement of purpose:
To encourage the better design of our cities and towns and regions
To provide a forum where ideas and comment about urban design can be expressed
To produce, publish and distribute a regular publication
To be involved in other activities which contribute to the above purposes
To co-operate and liase with any individuals or groups who have compatible purposes with the above.
Urban Design Forum New ZealandNZLPRO
Urban Design GroupMulti-nationalNGOThe Urban Design Group (UDG) is a membership charity open to all who care about the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages and believe that raising standards of urban design is central to its improvement. The UDG believes that good urban design depends upon successful collaboration between all those who shape the built environment, whatever their professional or personal background.
Urban Design Institute of South AfricaZAFINS
Urban Design Research InstituteMulti-nationalINSThe URBAN DESIGN RESEARCH INSTITUTEis a forum that supports interaction among architects, urban designers and professionals from such related fields as urban economics, sociology, planning, conservation and history.
Urban Development Institute of AustraliaAUSINS
Urban Development Institute, University of StuttgartDEUINS
Urban Development, The World Bank GroupMulti-nationalWBGNGOToday’s urban population of about 3.5 billion people is projected to reach 5 billion by 2030, with two-thirds of the global population living in cities. City leaders must move quickly to plan for growth and provide the basic services, infrastructure, and affordable housing their expanding populations need.
Urban Dynamics Institute TAKAHAJPNINSTown Planning Station - built-up area of the restructuring and the central city of the report on activation. E-mail magazine and town planning glossary.
Urban EcologyUSANGOUrban Ecology was founded in 1975 by visionary architects and activists who believed that cities should serve both people and nature. From the beginning, Urban Ecology has used urban planning, ecology, and public participation to help design and build healthier cities.
Urban Ecology CenterUSANGOAt the Urban Ecology Center’s three locations the wonders of nature bring curious people together. Our programs bring our city’s children and families into nature and as a result our urban parks are safe to visit, our kids are learning what they need to know to succeed, and adults keep on learning about how our changing world around us works.
Urban Environmental ManagementMulti-nationalPROThe Urban Environmental MAnagement (UEM) Programme is at the core of GDRC's initatives and is the largest of its programmes. Solvingthe global environmental challenges we face today, particualrly climate change, requires a fundamental shift in our urban lifestyles, our behaviour and ethics. The UEM Programme looks at urban areas as the intersection of natural, built, and socio-economic environments, to create sustainable urban ecosystems. The objective of this programme is to explore local environmental problems of cities, as well as its impacts on global challenges.
Urban History AssociationUSAPRO
Urban InstituteLVAINSNGO involved in spacial aspects of planning
Urban InstituteUSAINS
Urban Land InstituteMulti-nationalINSAn institute of more than 33,000 members commited to bringing together leaders from across the fields of real estate and land use policy to exchange best practices and serve community needs
Urban LawESPNGOFree information on Spanish administrative and planning legislation.
Urban MattersMulti-nationalFED(Public)art projects, programs and organizations of diverse cultural and geo-political backgrounds worldwide for locating and connecting urgent urban issues and discussing critical and innovative approaches, tools and methods at the intersection of art, urban planning, critical political involvement and theory.
Urban ObservatoryCHLGOVInformation on the Chile's communes which have more than 5,000 urban population is supplied. The system also provides information on the cities.
Urban Photo: Cities / People / PlaceMulti-nationalBLGUrbanphoto is a blog about cities, people and place. Founded in 1999 as the Urban Photo Page, it is currently based in Hong Kong. The blog is made possible through the efforts of an international cast of contributors.
Urban PlanetUSAINS
Urban Planners InternationalMulti-nationalPROAn association of french rights with the aim of promoting collaboration on the ground, between French town planners and town planners of south countries which wish it.
Urban Planners without BordersMulti-nationalPRO
Urban Planning DepartmentNICGOV
Urban Planning Information LinksJPNNGOLinks for urban development case studies, urban planning information navigation systems and IT guide web.
Urban Planning Institute of the Repulic of SloveniaSVNINSIts basic activities are research, education and publishing. It also operates a public library with an extensive literature stock and large collection of other references in the field of spatial planning.
Urban Planning NowUSAPROUrban Planning Now! is the premier site for finding your next urban planning job or filling your next open position. We offer three services: A subscription Service for those looking for positions, links to search the web for open positions and a high traffic location for employers to post their jobs.
Urban Planning Society of ChinaCHNPROUrban Planning Society of China (UPSC), voluntarily incorporated by urban planners across the country in 1956, is the only legally registered academic and professional organization at state level.
Urban Planning, 1794-1918Multi-nationalEDUThese documents are primary source material for the study of how urban planning developed up to the end of World War I. They include statements about techniques, principles, theories, and practice by those who helped to create a new professional specialization. This new field of city planning grew out of the land-based professions of architecture, engineering, surveying, and landscape architecture, as well as from the work of economists, social workers, lawyers, public health specialists, and municipal administrators.
Urban ProjectsRUSNGOFund of social initiatives aimed at creating an enabling environment and development policies for large cities and metropolitan areas. The research and educational activities, projects, events, exchange of views.
Urban Redevelopment AuthoritySGPGOVBroad-spectrum planning institution in the Bay of Singapore and the Central Area.
Urban Renewal Association of JapanJPNGOVThe Urban Renewal Association of Japan was established in 1969 as a public-service corporation, based on the Urban Renewal Law. We aim to contribute to improving public welfare. In such areas as urban renewal, improvement of the environment of residential areas, improvement of densely populated urban areas, facilitation of rebuilding condominiums, reinforcement of the residential function of city centers (collectively “urban renewal and other projects”), we conduct comprehensive research and studies and promote projects.
Urban Renewal Coordinator Association of JapanJPNPROAssociation of introduction, the coordinator and planner search, training courses and technical study group assistance.
Urban ResidueUSAEDU
Urban WorkbenchCANNGOUrbanWorkbench™ represents the intersection between Civil Engineering, Urban Planning, and Design. The site is intended to act as a workbench, an area where ideas are hammered out, concepts are tried, discussed and debated, and new engineering, planning, environmental and urban technologies are reported on and reviewed.
UrbandataMulti-nationalFEDThe URBANDATA Association is a consortium of urban information providers in European countries. It aims to improve the international exchange and dissemination of information about urban issues and to develop new products and services which will aid those processes.
Use Based CityMulti-nationalBLG
Utilities ArubaABWPROUtilities Aruba's goal is to further enhance sustainability to the Aruban economy. They believe that their green initiatives will also lead to sustainable growth and wellbeing for their country as well as their citizens.
Van Alen Institute, New YorkUSAINS
Vermont Association of Planning and Development AgenciesUSANGOVAPDA is devoted to sound planning principles that will enhance the quality of life for Vermont residents. Through a combination of environmental and economic planning strategies, VAPDA fosters a community environment that provides for the needs of both residents and our natural surroundings, today and for generations to come.
Victoria University, Department of Social Inquiry and Community StudiesAUSEDU
Vidzemes Planning RegionLVAGOV"The main goal of VPR is to ensure regional planning and coordination, as well as cooperation between municipalities and different governmental institutions."- Taken from the VPR website.
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Institute for the Environment and Regional DevelopmentAUTAESOPINS
Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Planning and ArchitectureAUTAESOPEDU
Vietnam Urban Planning and Development AssociationVNMPROVUDPA works with planners across the country to create cooperative activities and host forums to advance planning initiatives. They host professional development training courses for planners and other professionals. The overall aim is to create cooperation between cities and organizations to create good development strategies.
Virginia Commonwealth University, Center for Urban and Regional AnalysisUSAAESOP, CSPEDUCURA @ VCU - the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis -- is the community economic development consulting division of Virginia Commonwealth University, specializing in community revitalization, from the neighborhood district to the regional level. Our work in cludes policy and program evaluation, decision support systems, investment targeting, and strategic planning.
Virginia Commonwealth University, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public AffairsUSAAESOPEDU
Virginia Commonwealth University, Master of Urban Studies and Planning ProgramUSAACSPEDU
Volda University College, Department of Planning and AdministrationNORAESOPEDU
Vologda State Technical University, Architecture and Urban Design DepartmentRUSEDUThe Architecture and Urban Design Department is made up of 20 staff and faculty dedicated to presevation of authentic historical heritage and embodying current prospective design trends. The University promotes architecture as an art to serve society through creative gesture. Programs include architecture and interior and urban design.
Wageningen University, Land Use PlanningNLDAESOPEDU
Waikato University, Department of GeographyNZLANZAPSEDUWaikato University discusses the basic human relationship between people and the environment through geography
Warsaw University of Technology, Department of Spatial Planning and Environmental SciencesPOLAESOPEDU
Waseda University, Creative Science Urban Planning System, Goto Haruhiko laboratoryJPNEDUEndogenous type town development of research. Joint research and workshops results, announcement of the symposium.
Wayne State University, Department of Urban Studies and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
West African Development BankMLIINSPromote and provide loans and investments in the balanced development of member states through economic integration strategies and focus on infrastructure.
West Chester University, Department of Geography and PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Western Australian Planning CommissionAUSGOVThe WAPC is the statutory authority with statewide responsibilities for urban, rural and regional land use planning and land development matters.
Western Michigan University, Department of GeographyUSAACSPEDU
Western PlannerUSAEDUThe Western Plannerstrives to provide a network of information and education about the unique aspects of planning in the West. The Western Planner was established in 1979 and is an affiliation of 13 Western state planning associations.
Western Regional Science AssociationUSAPRO
Westfield State University, Geography and Regional PlanningUSAACSPEDU
Windesheim University, Zwolle, Research Centre Technology - Area DevelopmentNLDAESOPEDU
Women's Transportation SeminarUSAPROFounded in 1977, WTS is an international organization dedicated to the professional advancement of women in transportation. Boasting roughly 4,400 members - both men and women - WTS is helping women find opportunity and recognition in the transportation industry. Through its professional activities, networking opportunities, and unparalleled access to industry and government leaders, WTS is turning the glass ceiling into a career portal.
Workgroup for Housing ResearchDEUINSBauernhauser au Mitteleuropa
Workshop City, Federal Institute for Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) within the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR)DEUNGOWorkshop City presents good examples of urban design practice in the Federal Republic of Germany.
World Association of the Major MetropolisesMulti-nationalFEDMetropolis has the following mission: "accompanying cities in mututal learning, innovation, governance, technical and financial assistance, international presence and debate."
World Bank, Sustainable DevelopmentMulti-nationalNGOSustainable development recognizes that growth must be both inclusive and environmentally sound to reduce poverty and build shared prosperity for today’s population and to continue to meet the needs of future generations. It must be efficient with resources and carefully planned to deliver immediate and long-term benefits for people, planet, and prosperity.
World Business Council for Sustainable DevelopmentMulti-nationalNGOThe World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) is a CEO-led organization of forward-thinking companies that galvanizes the global business community to create a sustainable future for business, society and the environment. Through its members, the Council applies its respected thought leadership and effective advocacy to generate constructive solutions and take shared action to drive business action on sustainability in the coming decade and beyond. The WBCSD aims to be the leading voice of business that will support companies in scaling up true value-added business solutions and in creating the conditions where more sustainable companies will succeed and be recognized.
World Cities SummitMulti-nationalUrbanisation is accelerating. Whilst cities have become engines of growth for emerging countries and nodes of opportunities bringing general improvements to the quality of life for people, increased concentration of industrial, transport and agricultural activities are all exacting enormous pressures on urban environments and their hinterlands, straining existing infrastructure, housing inventories and the world's natural resources. Within the global urbanisation phenomenon, there is significant diversity in the urbanization progress and levels.
World of Urban SquaresMulti-nationalINSThis research initiative is an attempt to rediscover the lost or neglected urban symbols which comprise a city's identity. The Urban Square is a nucleus of any neighbourhood, a city's 'heart and soul' and that is the focus and starting point of this project.
World Resource Institute, Burkina FasoMulti-nationalINSThe world resources institute is working in Burkina Faso to help improve food security by low cost land and water management innovations.
World Rural Housing Association, CaracasMulti-nationalPRO
World Society for EkisticsMulti-nationalUNNGO
World Urban CampaignMulti-nationalUNFEDThe World Urban Campaign is the advocacy and partnership platform for cities in the twenty first century. Its goal is to place the urban agenda at the highest level in development policies. It is coordinated by UN-Habitat and driven by a large number of committed partners from around the world.
Worldwide Network of Port CitiesMulti-nationalFEDAIVP is the only international organisation that, for 25 years, has been bringing together all the public and private development stakeholders in port cities. AIVP has had the privilege of bearing witness to the changes underway in cities and ports the world over; we have accompanied our members in the implementation of new strategies that allow them to more effectively face up to the changes that impact economic, social and environmental development in port cities: urban-port integration, global reorganisation of economic routes, the challenge of societal integration, the climate change, the energy transition, the development of the cruise industry, etc.
Wroclaw Polytechic, Departent of ArchitecturePOLEDU
Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of ArchitecturePOLAESOPEDU
Wuhan Planning and Design InstituteCHNINSAccording to the overall urban plan, Wuhan Urban Planning and Design Institute had also made investigations to the orientation and land using of Wangjiadun area, which proposed a preliminary plan for the area and thus provided basis for the decision to remove the airport and attract investment into Wangjiadun area.
Wuhan University, School of Urban DesignCHNAPSAEDU
Wyoming Planning AssociationUSAPROCreated in 1971, the Wyoming Planning Association is an organization of professional and laymen planners who are involved in planning activities which affect the physical, economic, and social well being of Wyoming residents. The Association was formed for the purposes of advocating planning programs, to preserve the quality of life in Wyoming, to facilitate coordination and cooperation between planners, and to provide continuing education opportunities.
Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Department of Urban Planning and DesignCHNAESOPEDU
Yaba College of Technology, School of Environmental Studies, Department of Urban and Regional PlanningNGAAAPSEDU
Yildiz Universitesi, Faculty of ArchitectureTURAESOPEDU
York University, Faculty of Environmental StudiesCANACUPPEDU
Young Planners Forum Nigerian InstituteNGANITPINSYoung Planners Forum [YPF] was inaugurated as a subsidiary entity to the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners [NITP] to inculcate learning and professionalism into the young planners.
Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, College of GeographyUKREUAEDUA college which studies and focuees on geography and planning, with the following departments: Department of physical geography and rational nature utilization. Department of hydro-ecology, water supply and water drainage, and Department of economic geography and ecological management.
Zambia Institute of PlannersZMBINS
Zemgale Planning RegionLVAGOVPlaning organization for the Zemgale region of Latvia
Zhejiang University of Technology, Department of Urban PlanningCHNAPSAEDU
Zimbabwe Institute of Regional and Urban PlannersZIMINS
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