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In Bogotá, Gender Equity Is All Part of the Plan

By Jon Gorey

July 2024, English

In 2020, Bogotá began to build a network of neighborhood Care Blocks (Manzanas del Cuidado). The facilities provide an array of services for caregivers, from free childcare to wellness programs, and are embedded in the city's master plan.

Land Lines Magazine

City and Regional Planning, Informal Settlements, Local Government, Poverty and Inequality

July 2024, English

In 2020, Bogotá began to build a network of neighborhood Care Blocks (Manzanas del Cuidado). The facilities provide an array of services for caregivers, from free childcare to wellness programs, and are embedded in the city's master plan.

Land Lines Magazine

City and Regional Planning, Informal Settlements, Local Government, Poverty and Inequality

Accelerating Sustainable Land Use Planning in African Cities

By Enrique Silva, Chief Program Officer, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and Kathy Nothstine, Director of Cities and Societies, Challenge Works

July 2024, English

A recent collaboration between the Lincoln Institute and Challenge Works investigated ways to support effective land use planning, infrastructure investments, land-based financing, and disaster resilience in rapidly growing intermediary cities in Africa.

Land Lines Magazine

City and Regional Planning, Land Use and Zoning, Public Finance, Urbanization

July 2024, English

A recent collaboration between the Lincoln Institute and Challenge Works investigated ways to support effective land use planning, infrastructure investments, land-based financing, and disaster resilience in rapidly growing intermediary cities in Africa.

Land Lines Magazine

City and Regional Planning, Land Use and Zoning, Public Finance, Urbanization

Building Where It Matters

George W. McCarthy

July 2024, English

A report by the Center for Geospatial Solutions highlights the potential affordable housing opportunities that exist on government-owned land in the United States.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Land Use and Zoning, Local Government, Technology and Tools

July 2024, English

A report by the Center for Geospatial Solutions highlights the potential affordable housing opportunities that exist on government-owned land in the United States.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Land Use and Zoning, Local Government, Technology and Tools

50-State Property Tax Comparison Study

For Taxes Paid in 2023

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence

July 2024, English

The 50-State Property Tax Comparison Study: For Taxes Paid in 2023 was recently published—it provides the most meaningful data available to compare cities’ property taxes, with information for more than 100 US cities.

Other Publications

Property Tax, Public Finance

July 2024, English

The 50-State Property Tax Comparison Study: For Taxes Paid in 2023 was recently published—it provides the most meaningful data available to compare cities’ property taxes, with information for more than 100 US cities.

Other Publications

Property Tax, Public Finance

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Reversal of Fortune: A Clean Energy Manufacturing Boom for Legacy Cities 

By Anthony Flint

July 2024, English

Federal government responds to urgent need for manufacturing components of the clean energy transition

Land Lines Magazine

Climate Change, Economic Development, Public Finance, Technology and Tools

July 2024, English

Federal government responds to urgent need for manufacturing components of the clean energy transition

Land Lines Magazine

Climate Change, Economic Development, Public Finance, Technology and Tools

Cover of City Tech

City Tech

20 Apps, Ideas, and Innovators Changing the Urban Landscape

By Rob Walker

June 2024, English

Book

City and Regional Planning, Climate Change, Environment, Infrastructure, Technology and Tools

June 2024, English

Book

City and Regional Planning, Climate Change, Environment, Infrastructure, Technology and Tools

Gleaning Economic Insights from the Irrational and Unexpected

By Jon Gorey

June 2024, English

Federal Reserve economist and former C. Lowell Harriss fellow Jacob Krimmel explains his fascination with how well-meaning economic policies can yield irrational market responses and unintended consequences, and what we can learn from those unexpected outcomes.

Land Lines Magazine

June 2024, English

Federal Reserve economist and former C. Lowell Harriss fellow Jacob Krimmel explains his fascination with how well-meaning economic policies can yield irrational market responses and unintended consequences, and what we can learn from those unexpected outcomes.

Land Lines Magazine

Rezoning and Revitalization in Minneapolis

By Anthony Flint

June 2024, English

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reflects on the connections among rezoning, racial equity, and revitalization, and shares signs of progress cropping up in the city's downtown.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Infrastructure, Land Use and Zoning, Local Government

June 2024, English

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reflects on the connections among rezoning, racial equity, and revitalization, and shares signs of progress cropping up in the city's downtown.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Infrastructure, Land Use and Zoning, Local Government