Enfoques en políticas de sueloJulio 2023By Joseph Schilling, Catherine Tumber, and Gabi Velasco
Preparing the country for a low-carbon future that is economically and racially just is an enormous undertaking. Greening America’s Smaller Legacy Cities investigates how local governments in...
Journal of the American Planning AssociationJulio 5, 2023El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Revista Land LinesJunio 2023By Anthony Flint, June 12, 2023
Lithium mining is a controversial aspect of the clean energy transition
Revista Land LinesMayo 2023By Rob Walker, May 31, 2023
Pilot projects in Detroit and other cities are testing wireless roads that charge electric vehicles on the go
Revista Land LinesAgosto 2023By Rob Walker, August 15, 2023
New York, Berlin and other major cities have launched apps to help residents care for the urban canopy
Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Intercity Mobility Patterns, Migration-Related Attitudes, and Urban GovernanceDocumentos de trabajoMayo 2023Hengyu Gu
The new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has swept the world since 2020, causing considerable attention from academia, media, and policymakers. Entering the post-pandemic era, despite the...
Estado por estadoRevista Land LinesEnero 2023Por Anthony Flint
En varios estados se implementaron, o se están considerando, medidas estatales para cambiar la zonificación a nivel local. El objetivo es permitir una gama de opciones de vivienda más asequibles y...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2023By Rob Walker, March 16, 2023
New initiatives are bringing e-bikes to underserved communities across the United States.
Revista Land LinesMayo 2023By Jon Gorey, May 15, 2023
A coalition of nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, and others is working to preserve housing affordability along a new transit line in the DC suburbs.
Revista Land LinesMayo 2023By Anthony Flint, May 15, 2023
A candid conversation with Mayor Aftab Pureval on the challenges and opportunities facing Cincinnati