Acting ethically gives us a lot: community support because we are known for treating everyone equally, good relations with colleagues, clarity in communicating with appointed and elected officials, and an ability to sleep well at night when you know you did the right thing. In the end, paying attention to our moral and ethical compasses will lead to better plans, better communities, better processes. by Joanne Garnett, FAICP
Amber Vogt offers a very brief overview of ethics and what it means to planners and lists a few examples of planners who can help.
Planners need to consider if we are using social media tools ethically and in accordance with the AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.