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  1. Integrating Land Use and Water Management

    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Agosto 2022
    By 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...

  2. Ebonie Alexander Receives Kingsbury Browne Award and Fellowship

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, September 20, 2022.

    Ebonie Alexander of the Black Family Land Trust is the 2022–2023 Kingsbury Browne Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

  3. Typologies of Integration

    An Analysis of Municipal Landscaping and Water Management Practices in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2022
    Lauren Ames Fischer and Matthew Fry

    How do municipalities in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) region integrate their land use and water conservation efforts? How do local practices correlate with institutional, development, and population...

  4. Demands on the Land: To Secure a Livable Future, We Must Steward Land Wisely

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Sivan Kartha, July 27, 2022

    From sequestering carbon to providing homes for displaced people, from producing food to siting renewable energy, land is an essential component of many climate solutions. How can we prioritize the demands we place on this finite resource?

  5. Life of an Idea: The Story of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

    Videos y multimedia
    Julio 2022

    "Life of an Idea: The Story of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy" explores the groundbreaking solutions that the Lincoln Institute advanced in its first 75 years and looks toward the decades to come.

  6. Podcast: Elizabeth Kolbert Explains How a Toad Might Guide a Better Climate Future

    Videos y multimedia
    Diciembre 2021
    Season 2, Episode 10 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Elizabeth Kolbert. 

    The cane toad, introduced in Australia in the 1930s to control pests, quickly became a major problem itself – one of many examples of human interventions in natural systems that scientists...

  7. New Research to Explore Scenario Planning and Changing Food Systems 

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, July 6, 2022

    The Consortium for Scenario Planning, a program of the Lincoln Institute, has commissioned six research projects that will apply scenario planning to changing food systems around the world, from Wisconsin to the West Bank.

  8. Integrated Policy and Planning for Connectivity Conservation

    Lessons from Kenya, Romania, and Vermont, U.S.A.
    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2022
    Zachary Wurtzebach

    Ecological connectivity—the unimpeded movement of species and the flow of natural processes that sustain life on earth—is fundamental for biodiversity conservation in the 21st century. In...

  9. Community-Based Exploration of Changes in Agricultural Water Availability in the U.S. Southwest

    Request for Proposals
    Otro
    Julio 2022
  10. The Effects of Payments for Environmental Services on Peri-Urban Land Change in Mexico City's Conservation Zone

    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2022
    Julia C. Bausch, Elizabeth Tellman, Alison Acosta-Oakes, Amy Lerner, Enrique Castelán-Crespo, and Bertha Hernández-Aguilar

    In many cities of the developing world, informal settlements are a key place for people with low incomes to access housing. Informal urbanization drives land-use change at the urban periphery:...

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