At Lincoln House Blog - 10/2017

Will Rogers, who as head of The Trust for Public Land has helped protect millions of acres of land and build the capacity of the land conservation movement across the United States, has been named the new Kingsbury Browne Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the winner of the...Read more »
This map, created through The Place Database, shows housing affordability in Saint Paul, Minnesota
The Place Database, unveiled at Meeting of the Minds, the annual conference spotlighting urban sustainability and connected technology, taps data from a variety of sources, such as the Environmental Protection Agency, Census Bureau, Internal Revenue Service, and National Conservation Easement...Read more »
The Center for Community Investment (CCI) at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy today announced the selection of the initial class of Fulcrum Fellows, rising executives in the fields of population health, community development, urban planning, climate resilience and community investment, who will...Read more »
Seoul, South Korea
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is joining the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and mayors from across the globe this week to adopt the Seoul Implementation Agenda, a framework for cities to foster inclusive growth and respond to the challenges of climate change.Read more »
Every community across the land can and should revise their zoning and subdivision regulations — a move that will build sustainability and resilience, increase affordability, and improve quality of life, say the authors of a new book published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.Read more »
The Lincoln Institute this weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy in Beijing, a dynamic hub of research and dialogue providing practical applications to housing, tax policy, urbanization, and environmental...Read more »
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, in partnership with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, will hold a competition for the development of innovative curricula and case studies focused on local government finance, urban poverty and spatial inequality, climate change, and related...Read more »
A pair of hands are seen repairing a broken pipe
For the first time since the end of the Great Recession, revenues increased in many of the largest U.S. cities in 2015, but they had not yet recovered to pre-recession levels, according to new data added to the Lincoln Institute’s Fiscally Standardized Cities (FiSC) database.Read more »
A row of houses
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy unveiled the largest study to date of inclusionary housing – the policy where developers reserve a portion of new development as affordable – at Intersections 2017, the annual affordable housing conference of the Grounded Solutions Network, in Oakland,...Read more »

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