Will the Pandemic Change the Face of Public Meetings Forever?Revista Land LinesMayo 2020By Liz Farmer, May 20, 2020
Over the past 25 years, the western edge of Missoula, Montana, has been a hotbed of growth. Thousands of residents have moved into new neighborhoods built on former agricultural land, with big box...
Award Recipients Will Add to Lincoln’s Growing Case Study LibraryRevista Land LinesMayo 2020By Emma Zehner, May 18, 2020
The Lincoln Institute and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning have announced the recipients of the 2020 Case Study Awards. Ten professors, based in Australia, the United States, and the...
International Land Conservation Network Launches Webinar SeriesRevista Land LinesMayo 2020By Katharine Wroth, May 8, 2020
With its major global conference postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Land Conservation Network (ILCN) will convene hundreds of conservation practitioners across six continents...
Episode 11: Helping Cities Through COVID-19Revista Land LinesAbril 2020By Anthony Flint, April 30, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has utterly changed virtually all aspects of urban life, both now and for the foreseeable future. Cities like Detroit—before the crisis, arguably on the brink of a...
The Pandemic Makes a Case for MegaregionsRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By Anthony Flint, April 24, 2020
This article is reprinted with permission from CityLab, where it originally appeared. As U.S. states move into the next phase of the coronavirus crisis, they may not be getting all the help they want...
How Scenario Planning Can Shape Our Recovery EffortsRevista Land LinesAbril 2020April 24, 2020
How can communities use scenario planning to inform their coronavirus recovery efforts? We asked Robert Goodspeed, author of the recently released Lincoln Institute of Land Policy book Scenario...
America’s Legacy Cities: Building an Equitable RenaissanceRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By Jessie Grogan, March 16, 2020
What We Didn’t Know ThenRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By George W. McCarthy, April 14, 2020
In my October message, I ruminated on the classic lyric by Bob Seger: “Wish I didn’t know now what I didn’t know then.” The lyric provides an invitation to reflect on lost innocence. Though that...
Reflections from Our ReadersRevista Land LinesAbril 2020April 14, 2020
We welcome letters to the editor. Letters may be edited for length and clarity. Please send your thoughts, ideas, and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciated your article on green...
Revista Land LinesAbril 2020By Carl Hooks, April 14, 2020
As cities increasingly discover the benefits of managing stormwater using nature-based solutions, the question is how to pay for it. One answer could come in the form of green bonds.