Resúmenes de políticas públicasAgosto 2022By Erin Rugland
Land without water cannot support urban form of any scale, yet many land use decisions are made without regard to water, and vice versa. This Policy Brief introduces readers to best management...
Highlights of the Lincoln Institute’s 2022 Journalists ForumRevista Land LinesAgosto 2022By Anthony Flint, August 25, 2022
Thirty journalists on the climate beat came to the Lincoln Institute recently to consider global warming’s impact on land, whether through deforestation, inundation, or drought. The conclusion: new policies and practices in land use planning will be requi
ConferenciasFebrero 1, 2023
Focused on new and current scenario planning projects, the in-person conference will showcase scenario planning work in the Southwest,
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2022By Will Jason, March 31, 2022
The new Internet of Water Initiative at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy will modernize existing systems for managing water data, and help government agencies and private organizations coordinate with each other and make their data more accessible.
Implementación de Infraestructura Azul y Verde (IAV) a través de mecanismos de captación de plusvalía en la Región Metropolitana de Buenos AiresEl caso de la Cuenca del Arroyo MedranoDocumentos de trabajoFebrero 2022Daniel Kozak, Hayley Henderson, Demián Rotbart, Alejandro de Castro Mazarro, and Rodolfo Aradas
El abordaje tradicional de la infraestructura hidráulica se ha concentrado históricamente en el volumen de agua a desplazar –lo más rápido y lejos posible de la...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Will Jason, February 15, 2022
As the climate crisis grows ever more urgent, land conservationists are taking meaningful action to reduce carbon in the atmosphere and protect natural systems from the unavoidable impacts of a warming planet, according to a new report from the Lincoln In
EventosDiciembre 8, 2021Speakers: Greg Stanton, Kathryn Sorensen, and Jim Holway
Join us for a discussion of water and governance. The speakers will consider sustainability challenges in the southwestern United States and lessons learned from their work in Phoenix and elsewhere.
Among the World's Most Prepared But Also the Most Vulnerable, the City Is Making Big Plans to Protect ItselfRevista Land LinesAbril 2021By Anthony Flint, April 27, 2021
This article is copublished with the American Planning Association’s Planning magazine. After a severe winter storm in 2018, a dumpster broke free of its moorings in Boston's warehouse district, and...
Workshop Helps Western Communities Integrate Water and Land Use PlanningRevista Land LinesFebrero 2020By Katharine Wroth, February 4, 2020
During the last two decades, the population of Fort Collins, Colorado, expanded from 100,000 to 170,000. According to the city’s newly adopted comprehensive plan, that total is expected to swell to...
Integrating Water Efficiency into Land Use Planning in the Interior West: A Guidebook for Local PlannersRevista Land LinesEnero 2019By Emma Zehner, January 9, 2019
Las Vegas residents receive $3 for every square foot of grass they replace with drought-tolerant landscaping. In Morro Bay, California, developers must retrofit existing housing stock to save twice...