“Why Do I Have to Be the Man to Bring You the Bad News?”Revista Land LinesJulio 2019By William Whitaker
The following is an excerpt from a longer essay in Design with Nature Now. Its title refers to the opening line of Ian McHarg’s speech at the first Earth Day in 1970. As a native of Clydebank,...
Design in the AnthropoceneRevista Land LinesJulio 2019By Richard Weller, Karen M’Closkey, Billy Fleming, and Frederick Steiner
Fifty years after the publication of Ian McHarg’s seminal book Design with Nature, a new volume pays tribute to his ideas. Published by the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of...
Restoring Nature to Its Rightful PlaceRevista Land LinesJulio 2019
“You’ve got no future!” Author and landscape ecologist Ian McHarg made that proclamation to thousands of people at the first Earth Day in 1970, hoping to open their eyes to society...
From New York City to Jining, China, These Projects Exemplify the Principle of Designing with NatureRevista Land LinesJulio 2019Edited by Frederick Steiner, Richard Weller, Karen M’Closkey, and Billy Fleming
Design with Nature Now spotlights 25 projects around the world that exemplify and extend Ian McHarg’s design philosophy. This article offers a glimpse of five such projects: the Malpai...
Traverse Before TransectRevista Land LinesJulio 2019By Anuradha Mathur
Ian McHarg introduced me to the ecological transect. It situated me uniquely in the land to which I had recently arrived as a student from India, 12,000 kilometers (7,500 miles) away. I was not just...
A Few Choruses Low Down, but Not So Blue for IanRevista Land LinesJulio 2019By Laurie Olin
The publication of Design with Nature forever changed the field of landscape architecture. The book, its ecological point of view, its rational method, and its author also had a significant and...
Donde el agua se une con el sueloRevista Land LinesEnero 2019
Hace cuatro años, me hallé en un avión sobre el delta del Colorado con Katie Lincoln, la presidenta de nuestra junta. Desde nuestro punto panorámico, veíamos kilómetros y kilómetros de sedimento...
C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship ProgramOportunidades de becas de posgradoEnero 2019
The C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists Ph.D. students, primarily at U.S. universities, whose research complements the Lincoln Institute's interests in land and tax policy.
Where the Water Meets the LandRevista Land LinesEnero 2019By George W. McCarthy, January 10, 2019
Over the past few years, the Colorado River Delta has changed dramatically. George W. McCarthy, president of the Lincoln Institute, shares lessons learned from his visit there, and explains the...
Sharing the Recent Chilean Land Conservation Experience with the European Conservation CommunityDocumentos de trabajoNoviembre 2018Tilmann Disselhoff and Tom Kirschey
This paper attempts to capture some of the early lessons from the creation of a new National Park Network in Chilean Patagonia. We argue that the National Park Network of Patagonia constitutes green...