28 resultados ordenados por


  1. The Road to Recovery

    Natural Disaster Recovery Experts on the Pandemic and the Path Forward
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2020
    By Emma Zehner, September 21, 2020

    Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on the Columbia University Press blog. COVID-19 has presented new challenges for leaders at all levels, forcing many to reconsider their emergency...

  2. New Publication

    How to Use Exploratory Scenario Planning Teaches Would-Be Practitioners How to Apply This Emergent Approach to Local, Regional, and Organizational Plans for the Future
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2020
    By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, September 15, 2020

    In this era of great uncertainty—whether due to climate change, COVID-19, or changes to urban development, technology, and the global economy—urban planners and government officials face new...

  3. Greenventory 2.0

    Sustainability Lessons from Small and Midsize Legacy Cities
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2020
    Joseph Schilling and Gabriella Velasco

    This working paper builds the policy case for why sustainability presents small-to-midsize legacy cities with a promising pathway for their regeneration. Its conceptual foundation rests at the...

  4. Mayor's Desk

    A Capital Reckoning in Washington, DC
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2020
    By Anthony Flint, September 2, 2020

    Muriel Bowser vaulted to national prominence this year as a leading voice in the coronavirus pandemic and the movement for racial justice. Bowser was elected mayor of Washington, DC, in 2014 and...

  5. Human Ecology

    Design with Nature Now and the Pandemic
    Revista Land Lines
    Agosto 2020
    By Frederick Steiner, August 18, 2020

    Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on the Columbia University Press blog. The American botanist Paul Sears called ecology “the subversive science.” Once we start to see the...

  6. Las comunidades de los Grandes Lagos usan la planificación de escenarios al prepararse para las crecidas del agua

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2020
    Por Emma Zehner

    El debate nacional sobre las crecidas del agua tiende a centrarse en estados costeros, como Florida y Nueva York, y se deja de lado a los estados tierra adentro. Pero los residentes de Míchigan, uno...

  7. Uncertain Futures

    Lincoln Institute Announce Winners of RFP Focused on Equity and Low-Growth Scenarios
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2020
    By Emma Zehner, July 29, 2020

    In the coming year, MN350, a Minnesota-based climate justice organization, will work with the city of Bemidji, nonprofit groups, residents, and three tribal nations—Leech Lake, Red Lake, and White...

  8. Conserving Biodiversity on South Africa’s Privately-Owned Grasslands

    Farmer Experiences with Protected Areas
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2020

    South Africa’s Biodiversity Stewardship Initiative and Protected Areas Act are programs designed to help protect threatened species and provide other conservation benefits. Private grasslands...

  9. Land Matters Podcast

    Episode 13: Housing at a Time of Crisis
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2020
    By Anthony Flint, July 9, 2020

    The coronavirus pandemic and growing outrage about racial injustice have underscored the centrality of healthy, well-located, and affordable housing in society. The economic and racial disparities so...

  10. City Tech

    Data Companies Track Our Pandemic Patterns
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2020
    By Rob Walker, June 30, 2020

    Numina, a tech startup based in Brooklyn, New York, uses purpose-built sensors to gather data on pedestrian and bicyclist behavior, offering urban planners, policy makers, and mobility-focused...


Regístrese en nuestra lista de contactos

Back to top