2021 Land Value Capture in the United States: Beyond the FundamentalsCursosMayo 12, 2021Gerrit Knaap, Nicholas Finio, Enrique Silva, Martim Smolka, Minjee Kim, Daniel Rodriguez, David Amborski, and Ian Carlton
This course will provide in-depth knowledge on the legal foundations, policy frameworks, outcomes and untapped potential of land value capture instruments in the U.S. and abroad.
Opportunity ClustersThe Twin Cities Case StudyDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2021Andrew Guthrie, Yingling Fan, and Greg Lindsey
Minnesota’s Twin Cities Metropolitan Area (TCMA), which includes Minneapolis and Saint Paul, presents a confounding example of overall regional prosperity marred by racial disparities in income...
Mayor’s Desk: Generating Change in BirminghamRevista Land LinesAbril 2022By Anthony Flint, April 21, 2022
Randall Woodfin, Birmingham’s “millennial mayor” and a rising star in Alabama politics, has launched an ambitious effort to revitalize that postindustrial city, from restoring basic infrastructure to expanding economic support for single mothers. He talks
President’s Message: Fixing Complicated ProblemsRevista Land LinesAbril 2022By George W. McCarthy, April 7, 2022
The nation’s legacy of racial injustice and the current housing affordability crisis are intertwined, writes Lincoln Institute President and CEO George McCarthy—and the solutions are just as complex as the challenges.
7 Game-Changing Trends and How to Plan for ThemRevista Land LinesEnero 2022By Petra Hurtado, January 18, 2022
The Lincoln Institute partnered with APA Foresight to identify nearly 100 emerging trends in 2022, from 3D-printed housing to the future of data analytics. This article offers a sneak peek at seven of those trends.
How Communities Can Build Resilience by Integrating Land and Water PlanningRevista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Will Jason, February 23, 2022
In this Policy Focus Report, the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy offers recommendations for building healthy, sustainable communities by integrating land and water planning.
Megaregions and America's FutureLibrosMarzo 2022
“Written by the leading experts on regional planning at this scale, this timely book will become a go-to source.” — Barbara Faga, Professor of Professional Practice in Urban Design...
Land Matters Podcast: Bruce Babbitt on the Climate CrisisRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2021By Anthony Flint, November 1st, 2021.
As world leaders descend on Glasgow, Scotland, for the COP26 climate summit, the critical role of land and water isn’t getting enough attention, says former Arizona Governor and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt. The Land Matters podcast features a discuss
Mayor’s Desk: In Bogotá, a New Era for SustainabilityRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2021By Anthony Flint, December 15, 2021
Claudia López, mayor of Bogotá, talks with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about how the Colombian capital is confronting climate change and creating economic opportunity by using value capture and other tools. Their discussion is part of a special series pro
Not So FastLessons from Washington, DC's Experiment with Slow StreetsRevista Land LinesJunio 2021By Liz Farmer, June 3, 2021
One day last spring, during the early weeks of the pandemic, a tree fell across a residential street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC. With the fallen tree making it impossible for...