Confronting “Zombie Subdivisions,” Blight of the Intermountain WestComunicados de prensaEnero 21, 2014
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (January 22, 2014) – Vast acres of approved but empty or incomplete subdivisions have become a blight on the landscape across...
Rural Real Estate Markets and Conservation Development In the Intermountain WestPerspectives, Challenges and Opportunities Emerging from the Great RecessionDocumentos de trabajoMarzo 2010Bruce M. Burger and Randy Carpenter
Across the Intermountain West, the wide-ranging impacts of the feverish growth in both first and second home ownership, as well as the acquisition of rural properties as investments, are just...
Determinants of Change in the Intermountain WestDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2014Josef Marlow and Stephen Aldrich
The future operating environment and planning context for the Intermountain West is highly uncertain. Driven by powerful forces including climate, shifting economics, population demography, and...
Leasing Renewable Energy on State Trust Lands in the Intermountain WestDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2013
Renewable energy is a growing market in the United States. Consumers are increasingly seeking alternatives to fossil fuels for a variety of reasons: to reduce carbon emissions; to support domestic...
Subdivision in the Intermountain WestA Review and Analysis of State Enabling Authority, Case Law, and Potential Tools for Dealing with Zombie Subdivisions and Obsolete Development Entitlements in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and WyomingDocumentos de trabajoAbril 2012Anna Trentadue and Chris Lundberg
Over the past decade, the Intermountain West has experienced an unprecedented boom in speculative real estate development followed by a precipitous bust in housing and land values. "Zombie...
Policies Affecting Renewable Energy Generation on State Trust Lands in the Intermountain WestDocumentos de trabajoFebrero 2014
State trust lands could play an important role in the growing market for renewable energy. These lands, covering 35 million acres in the Intermountain West, were granted to the states at the time of...
Leasing Renewable Energy on State on State Trust Lands in the Intermountain WestRevista Land LinesOctubre 2013
State trust lands in the Intermountain West could provide the grounds for renewable energy development that would fund education and other public institutions. Wind, solar, and geothermal plants in...
Conserving State Trust LandsStrategies for the Intermountain WestEnfoques en políticas de sueloMarzo 2015Susan Culp and Joe Marlow
This report presents and critiques tools and strategies for conserving western state trust lands with ecological and environmental value. A valuable resource for state trust managers and policy...
Land Lines, Enero 2013Revista Land LinesEnero 2013Editado por Ann LeRoyer
This issue features articles on the use of payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs) in Boston, tools to help communities in the Intermountain West plan for climate change and increase community resilience, and bus rapid transit (BRT) in Latin American cities.
Planning for Climate Change in the WestEnfoques en políticas de sueloEnero 2010Rebecca Carter and Susan Culp
Planning for Climate Change in the West offers regional planners techniques for addressing climate change concerns while they focus on issues affecting regional growth. A warmer and dryer climate in...