Revista Land LinesMayo 2001Teolinda Bolívar Barreto
Few low-income urban settlements in Venezuela are located on land owned by their occupants. As a result, the occupants cannot register the structures they have built and are entitled to only a...
Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 2022By Rob Walker. September 19, 2022
Living in the city means contending with noise from traffic, construction, neighbors, and other sources. New tools are making this a pivotal moment for assessing and addressing our built soundscapes.
Beijing Event Explores a More Ecological Form of UrbanizationRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2020By Katharine Wroth, December 2, 2020
What can humanity learn about urbanization from the veins in a leaf? This was one of the questions posed at a forum cosponsored by the Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development...
Antonio AzuelaRevista Land LinesAbril 2014
Antonio Azuela, a fellow of the Institute for Social Research at Mexico’s National University, holds law degrees from the Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico) and the University of Warwick (England),...
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A TransAtlantic ExplorationRevista Land LinesAbril 2013Gerrit Knaap and Zorica Nedovic-Budic
Our ability to meet critical global challenges depends on the legal and institutional foundations of planning. Several U.S. states and European nations have begun to experiment with new and...