Land’s Role in a Changing China
The world is watching China, not only for its impact on global financial markets, but also to see how the country’s unprecedented urbanization will continue to unfold amid a changing economy. Having grown at scale unseen in human history, China’s cities now face an economic slowdown and potential glut of new housing, particularly outside top-tier markets such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Lincoln Institute introduces new logo and tagline
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy has introduced a new logo, tagline and statement about its role and the impact it seeks as part of a broader effort to refresh the organization’s public presence and reach a wider audience. The...
New recognition for land conservation by academic institutions
Middlebury College is the first recipient of a new award for academic institutions that drive innovative land conservation, in recognition of the college’s protection of its 2,100-acre Bread Loaf Campus in Vermont. Academics for Land Protection in New England (ALPINE), a land conservation network based at the Harvard Forest, Harvard University, will present the Charles H.W. Foster Award for Exemplary Academic Leadership in Land Conservation next month. The award honors conservation leader Charles H.W. Foster, a key player in the establishment of the Cape Cod National Seashore and dean of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
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