Chris Holtkamp

Chris has been a certified planner since 2006. In 2018, he earned his PhD and became an Assistant Professor of Environmental Planning at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. He brings his professional experience into the classroom, focused on preparing students for successful careers. His courses revolve around issues of sustainability and the role planners play in building sustainable and resilient communities.

Courses taught by Chris Holtkamp

Incorporating the Sustainable Development Goals into the Planning Process

This course focuses on the many ways planners can infuse sustainability into local planning activities and policies using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a guiding framework.

66 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM
SACPLAN CPD

Introduction to Resilience Planning

This course introduces key concepts of resilience planning and explains how to incorporate resilience planning in communities.

69 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM
SACPLAN CPD

Resilience Planning for Floods

This course builds on the "Introduction to Resilience Planning" course and uses the approach presented there as the framework for addressing flood threats in communities.

69 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM

Resilience Planning for Wildfires

This course explores the history of wildfire management, the factors that increase the threat of wildfires, and how communities can incorporate resilience thinking to plan for wildfires.

58 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM

UN Sustainable Development Goals: The Role of Cities in Implementation

This course will introduce the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a framework for planning at the local level.

75 Mins
AIA CES
AICP CM
SACPLAN CPD