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CNU 28 A VIRTUAL GATHERING

JUNE 10-13, 2020

This year CNU 28.Twin Cities is hosting a virtual Congress from June 10-13, 2020 that will include 55-70 sessions and a number of pre-Congress webinars. Now, more than ever, New Urbanists need an opportunity to come together for discussion and debate, to share and learn, and to support one another in this uncertain time.

The online event will have many of the elements you would expect from the annual Congress: thought provoking sessions, live Q and A opportunities with speakers, social gatherings, art room sessions, plenaries, and pre-Congress events. By developing a way for attendees to engage virtually, these crucial conversations can happen in real time. 

We hope you will gather with us online June 10-13, 2020. To register, please visit the registration site

The Charter of the Congress for the New Urbanism

The Congress for the New Urbanism views disinvestment in central cities, the spread of placeless sprawl, increasing separation by race and income, environmental deterioration, loss of agricultural lands and wilderness, and the erosion of society’s built heritage as one interrelated community-building challenge.
Read the Charter of the New Urbanism here.

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2014 CNU-IL Charter Award Winner - Best Building - Student (Orwigsburg, PA) Benjamin Glunz