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  • Australian Institute of Urban Studies - Nonpartisan multidisciplinary national organization that deals with urban affairs issues. Membership information, profile, conference news, and list of achievements.
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  • Bruner Foundation - Provides annual award for urban excellence and forums for the discussion of issues related to urban architecture, planning, and revitalization.
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  • California Planning Roundtable - A group of experienced public and private sector planners. Works on publications, presentations, and a scholarship.
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  • Citistates Group - Network of journalists, speakers and advisers committed to competitive, equitable, and sustainable 21st century metropolitan regions.
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  • CityNet - An Asia-Pacific regional network of local authorities, with an agenda emphasizing urban development.
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  • Congress for the New Urbanism - CNU is a non-profit organization that works with multi-disciplinary professionals to promote walkable, neighborhood-based development as an alternative to sprawl.
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  • EcoCity Cleveland - A nonprofit organization that promotes ecological design, smart growth, and transportation choices in northeastern Ohio.
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  • Historic Towns Forum - Offers support and guidance on conservation area management, traffic and visitor management, urban regeneration and design, and other planning issues.
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  • International Making Cities Livable - Promotes the creation and restoration of compact, walkable, safe, mixed-use cities, towns, and neighborhoods through a continuing series of conferences.
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  • International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU) - Worldwide organization supporting traditional architecture, urbanism, and crafts through education and advocacy.
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  • Local Government Commission - A nonprofit organization working to build livable communities. Covers topics including community design, economic development, sustainable energy sources, transportation, and waste prevention.
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  • Metropolis - An 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.
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  • Michigan Land Use Institute - A movement to halt sprawl and improve the economy, environment, and quality of life. Home to the Elm Street Writers Group.
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  • Municipal Research & Services Center of Washington - Providing city and county profiles and codes, articles on a wide range of subjects affecting municipalities, a database of state court opinions, the administrative code and statutes, directories, news, and links.
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  • National Association of Regional Councils - Coordinates the work of councils facilitating inter-government planning in the United States. Links to transportation, environment, publications, conferences, and to each member council.
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  • National League of Cities - Non-profit association of cities and state municipals leagues. Provides municipal association legislative priorities, conference information, program background and related policy statements.
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  • Partners for Livable Communities - Nonprofit helps to creating livable communities by promoting quality of life, economic development, and social equity.
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  • Project for Public Spaces - Nonprofit technical assistance, research, and educational organization whose mission is to create and sustain public places that build communities.
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  • San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) - Promotes good planning and government through research, analysis, public education, and advocacy.
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  • Sustainable City - A non-profit organization dedicated to achieving a sustainable future for San Francisco.
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  • Sustainable Communities Network - Connects citizens with resources to implement innovative processes and programs to restore the economic, environmental, and social health and vitality of their communities.
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  • Urban Design Group - Provides a forum for architectural, design, and urban planning firms to address urban design issues. Includes information on members and industry news.
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  • Urban Design Research Institute - An independent organization dedicated to the protection of the built environment and improving urban communities through research projects, public events, and publications.
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  • Urban Ecology - An organization dedicated to building ecologically and socially healthy cities.
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  • Urban Land Institute - Nonprofit education and research institute with focus on the use of land in order to enhance the total environment. Information on urban planning, growth, and development.
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  • Vermont Association of Planning and Development Agencies - Organization fostering planning principles that will enhance the State's quality of life, through a combination of environmental and economic planning strategies.
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