Moderate projections indicate that by 2070, Florida's population will reach approximately 33.7 million residents, close to 15 million more people than in 2010.
What happens if Florida continues to develop as it has in the past, with development sprawling into rural and agricultural lands? What will our state look like if we chose more compact development patterns closer to existing development?
The University of Florida's GeoPlan Center, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and 1000 Friends of Florida have partnered to develop a series of GIS-based state and regional maps to explore alternative scenarios.
We hope you'll sign up now for a free and informative webinar on alternative development scenarios for Florida in 2070. The webinar is from noon until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 21. Please register soon as space is limited!
The Florida 2070 webinar has been approved for 1.5 AICP CM credits for planners ( #9109124), 2 CLE credits for the Florida Bar ( #1606408N), 1 CEC for Certified Floodplain Managers, and .15 CEU for certified environmental health professionals.