Resúmenes de políticas públicasAgosto 2022By 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...
An Analysis of Municipal Landscaping and Water Management Practices in the Dallas-Fort Worth MetroplexDocumentos de trabajoSeptiembre 2022Lauren 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...
Highlights of the Lincoln Institute’s 2022 Journalists ForumRevista Land LinesAgosto 2022By Anthony Flint, August 25, 2022
Thirty journalists on the climate beat came to the Lincoln Institute recently to consider global warming’s impact on land, whether through deforestation, inundation, or drought. The conclusion: new policies and practices in land use planning will be requi
ConferenciasFebrero 1, 2023
Focused on new and current scenario planning projects, the in-person conference will showcase scenario planning work in the Southwest,
Videos y multimediaJulio 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.
Revista Land LinesJulio 2022By 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.
Grasping the complexity of land and water resources in relation to irrigated agriculture in the Colorado River Basin can be daunting. Newcomers must wade through hydrologic, engineering, and legal...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2022By Will Jason, March 31, 2022
The new Internet of Water Initiative at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy will modernize existing systems for managing water data, and help government agencies and private organizations coordinate with each other and make their data more accessible.
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2022By Katharine Wroth, March 21, 2022
Citing the increasing demand for water even as drought is shrinking supplies, several organizations including the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy have issued a joint call to action urging more comprehensive integration of land and water planning
Videos y multimediaAbril 2022
The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy is working to secure our water future. View our videos to learn more about our approach toward solving water management and land use integration challenges.