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  1. Visual Tools for Planners

    Toolkit
    Kits de herramientas
    Septiembre 2016

    This toolkit, developed for the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy by a team led by Lew Hopkins, Professor at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,...

  2. Resolving Land Use Disputes

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    Septiembre 2016

    As land becomes increasingly valuable, tensions among competing interests have become common. Stakeholders are seeking a more active role in decisions about community land use. Consensus building...

  3. Community Land Trusts

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    Septiembre 2016

    For many, community land trusts are a cost-effective avenue to owning a home. Sponsored by a community development organization, community land trusts provide land leasing and home ownership...

  4. Capacity Building for the Property Tax in Brazil

    Kits de herramientas
    Septiembre 2016

    The Capacity Building for the Property Tax in Brazil Program aims to reinforce fiscal culture on behalf of citizens and improve fiscal management at the municipal level. Its objective is to assist...

  5. Visioning and Visualization

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    Kits de herramientas
    Septiembre 2016

    Visioning and Visualization People, Pixels, and PlansMichael Kwartler and Gianni LongoView In 2006, ACP Visioning & Planning and the Environmental Simulation Center teamed with Wilson Okamoto to...

  6. Regional Collaboration

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    Septiembre 2016

    Many of today's most compelling land use, natural resource, and environmental issues—such as climate change, land use, water allocation, and landscape conservation—require people and institutions to...

  7. Visualizing Density

    Toolkit
    Kits de herramientas
    Agosto 2016
    Contributors to the Visualizing Density Toolkit: Julie Campoli and Alex MacLean

    With growing urban populations, rising energy and transport costs, and the importance of open space and energy efficiency, the future built environment must include more density.

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