Planning for Climate Change in the United States and AustraliaLibrosMarzo 2012Edited by Edward J. Blakely and Armando Carbonell
“Mounting evidence reveals ever-faster, more extreme outcomes in spheres climatic, economic, and so on; earth’s revenge may be sooner than we expect. We must do more than adapt and...
An Assessment of the Role of Open Spaces in Mitigating the Impacts of Climate Change-Related Sea Level Rise and FloodingDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2018Ellen M. Douglas, Emily Moothart, and Gerard Cogliano
Boston, Massachusetts is vulnerable to a number of climate change impacts, the most certain of which are sea level rise (SLR) and the resultant coastal flooding. The feasibility of building a storm...
Integrating Green Infrastructure Practices into Ongoing Expansion and Management of the Chilean Electrical Transmission NetworkDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2018Daniela Martínez Gutiérrez
The energy revolution that Chile is experiencing due to the massive incorporation of variable renewable energy to its energy matrix creates an environmental paradox. The greener our energy is getting...
Reflections on the Evolving Role of Geographic Information Services and Technology in Advancing the Land for People Mission of The Trust for Public LandDocumentos de trabajoNoviembre 2018Will Rogers
By developing and using sophisticated mapping and spatial analysis tools, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) has been able to dramatically increase its effectiveness in delivering its land-for-people...
DevdiscourseOctubre 18, 2018El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
OtroOctubre 2018Agustin Leon-Moreta and Silvia Saenz-Montenegro
This case study documents recent public and nonprofit organizations’ land conservation plans in the Albuquerque–Bernalillo region.
Request for ProposalsSolicitud de propuestasSeptiembre 2018
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy announces its 2018 call for research proposals on land policy and urbanization in China.
Webinar- OECD Champion Mayors presents "In the Green: Building Inclusive Climate Change Agendas in Cities"EventosJulio 10, 2018
This webinar is organized as part of the OECD Champion Mayors for Inclusive Growth initiative and in partnership with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
The potential of ecosystem-based measures for reduction of landslide risk in Rio de JaneiroDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2018Wofram Lange, Simone Sandholz, and Udo Nehren
Ecosystem-based measures have a high potential to replace or build on engineered solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), not only in rural but also in urban...
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