IN MEMORIAM: David C. Lincoln (1925–2018) “was a guiding light in our work to improve quality of life through effective land policy,” said Lincoln Institute President George McCarthy.
IN MEMORIAM: “My father exuded a kindness and moral clarity that are all too rare today,” said Lincoln Institute Board Chair and Chief Investment Officer Kathryn J. Lincoln.
IN MEMORIAM: David C. Lincoln (1925–2018), a former director of Lincoln Electric, praised how the company maintains a “powerful culture of ethics” and “a bottom line envied by others.”
IN MEMORIAM: David C. Lincoln (1925–2018) supported investments in ethical organizations that advance the Lincoln Institute’s mission, including Ecosystem Investment Partners, which has restored 520 acres of coastal marsh habitat outside New Orleans.
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Luciana Moreira, Belo Horizonte, BrazilArchitect
I am working together with colleagues to improve the way we manage urban planning in Belo Horizonte, Brazil thanks to knowledge gained from the Institute’s course on informal markets and regularization.
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Andrew Hanson, Marquette UniversityAssociate Professor of Economics
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