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.
Documentos de trabajoJulio 2021Cassie Pettit and Sagar Shah
This report summarizes the methodology, findings, and implications of examining and evaluating the legal requirements for water provisions within comprehensive plans in each of the 50 states. Focus...
An Inventory of the Laws of all 50 StatesDocumentos de trabajoJulio 2021Mary Ann Dickinson, Bill Christiansen, Brad Spilka, and Adam Schempp
This project examined and evaluated the legal requirements for water utility plans in each of the 50 states, with a particular emphasis on how those plans intersect with land use policy and planning...
Lessons from the Colorado River: Climate, Land, and Drought (A 75th Anniversary Lincoln Institute Dialogue)EventosSeptiembre 8, 2021Speakers: Bruce Babbitt, Brenda Burman, and Jim Holway
Join us for a discussion on lessons from the Colorado river on how climate change and land use drive access to one of the most basic human needs—fresh water.
Hallar y financiar soluciones para capturar agua pluvialRevista Land LinesJulio 2020Por Meg Wilcox, 30 de junio, 2020
El desarrollo y el cambio climático ejercen presión sobre las fuentes hídricas regionales en el oeste de los Estados Unidos; las ciudades importantes como Tucson y Los Á...
Tools, Practices, Processes, and Evaluation CriteriaDocumentos de trabajoFebrero 2021Erin Rugland
Land and water are highly connected resources yet are managed and regulated by different entities. Land use planners and water managers may be interested in better connecting land and water but lack...
Center for Geospatial Solutions: Think Globally, Map LocallyRevista Land LinesOctubre 2020By George W. McCarthy, October 21, 2020
In the 1980s, not long after China had opened up to global trade and commerce, the nation’s farmland began succumbing to rapid urbanization. The explosive growth of cities consumed an estimated 7...
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Launches Center for Geospatial SolutionsRevista Land LinesOctubre 2020By Will Jason, October 29, 2020
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy today launched a new enterprise to expand the use of advanced technology for land and water conservation—The Center for Geospatial Solutions (CGS). The center...
Finding (and Funding) Stormwater Capture SolutionsRevista Land LinesJunio 2020By Meg Wilcox, June 30, 2020
With development and climate change placing pressures on regional water sources in the U.S. West, major cities including Tucson and Los Angeles are seeking to bolster local water supplies. Their...
Growing Water Smart is a joint project between the Lincoln Institute and the Sonoran Institute featuring workshops that introduce communities to the full range of collaboration, communication, public...