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  1. New Publication

    Through the Roof Confronts Affordable Housing Crisis, Bridges Divide in Policy Debate
    Land Lines Magazine
    March 2021
    By Will Jason, March 2, 2021

    Faced with a housing crisis that has grown even more urgent under the stress of the COVID pandemic, local U.S. governments need to adopt comprehensive and balanced housing strategies to ensure...

  2. Land Matters Podcast

    Season 2, Episode 2: Coauthor of Through the Roof on How Housing Can Be More Affordable
    Land Lines Magazine
    February 2021
    By Anthony Flint, February 26, 2021

    Early on in Through the Roof: What Communities Can Do About the High Cost of Rental Housing in America, the report’s authors describe the deep roots of the affordability crisis with what they say is...

  3. Regional Transportation

    Northeast Rail Advocates Make a Major Play for Federal Infrastructure Funds
    Land Lines Magazine
    February 2021
    By Anthony Flint, February 19, 2021

    This article is reprinted with permission from CityLab, where it originally appeared. It is an audacious vision for high-speed rail in the Northeast: new tunnels out of New York City and under the...

  4. In Memoriam

    H. James Brown, Former President of the Lincoln Institute
    Land Lines Magazine
    February 2021
    By Anthony Flint, February 11, 2021

    H. James (Jim) Brown, who served as president of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy from 1996 to 2005, died Sunday, January 24, 2021, in New York City. He was 80 years old. Brown, a native of...

  5. New Initiative

    Lincoln Institute Launches Accelerating Community Investment
    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    By Will Jason, January 27, 2021

    The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy today launched an initiative to mobilize investment in low-income communities, especially those that have been excluded from access to mainstream financial and...

  6. Land Matters Podcast

    Season 2, Episode 1: In First of 75th Anniversary Shows, An Interview with Bill McKibben
    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    By Anthony Flint, January 22, 2021

    The Lincoln Institute is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2021—our origins date to the original Lincoln Foundation, founded in 1946—and throughout the year the Land Matters podcast will examine...

  7. Scenario Planning

    Annual Conference Addresses Equity, Climate Resilience, COVID-19, and More
    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    By Emma Zehner, January 21, 2021

    The uncertainty created by COVID-19 has illustrated the value of scenario planning—a practice used to plan for uncertain futures by exploring multiple possibilities of what might happen—and has led...

  8. Land Lines, January/April 2021

    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    Edited by Katharine Wroth

    This special double issue of Land Lines commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, chronicling the organization’s history and exploring how land can serve as a...

  9. The Road To Revitalization

    Economic Inclusion and America's Legacy Cities
    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    By Lincoln Institute Staff

    Even before the COVID-19 crisis, many of America’s postindustrial cities, also known as legacy cities, struggled with economic stagnation, poverty, and deep inequality. Yet, some of these cities were...

  10. Message from the Chair of the Board and the President

    Celebrating 75 Years of Progress
    Land Lines Magazine
    January 2021
    By Kathryn J. Lincoln and George W. McCarthy. January 12, 2021

    “The association of poverty with progress is the great enigma of our times.” The political economist Henry George wrote those words in 1879, but they might just as easily be written today. To be sure...

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