Videos y multimediaFebrero 2022Season 3, Episode 1 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Kara Swisher.
The big technology companies could do big things to address climate change, says Silicon Valley chronicler Kara Swisher, host of the Sway podcast at the New York Times. Inventions await in...
Videos y multimediaDiciembre 2021Season 2, Episode 10 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Elizabeth Kolbert.
The cane toad, introduced in Australia in the 1930s to control pests, quickly became a major problem itself – one of many examples of human interventions in natural systems that scientists...
Lessons from Kenya, Romania, and Vermont, U.S.A.Documentos de trabajoJunio 2022Zachary Wurtzebach
Ecological connectivity—the unimpeded movement of species and the flow of natural processes that sustain life on earth—is fundamental for biodiversity conservation in the 21st century. In...
Request for ProposalsOtroJulio 2022
What role should land value capture play in China’s ambitions to prepare for climate change?Documentos de trabajoJunio 2022Alexander Lord, Erwin van der Krabben, and Guanpeng Dong
What impact does air quality have on land values? This fundamental question is at the heart of our intuitive understanding of how cities in the industrial revolution developed. However, we know...
Revista Land LinesJunio 2022By Rob Walker, June 15, 2022
Researchers and practitioners in Minneapolis and Boston are developing tools to help cities capture data related to municipal greenhouse gas emissions, make sense of it, and make plans for a more sustainable future.
Revista Land LinesJunio 2022By Anthony Flint, June 16, 2022
With 47 miles of coastline vulnerable to the rising seas that come with climate change, Boston is considering a range of innovative techniques to build resilience against the inevitable impacts of climate change. But one of the most groundbreaking feature
The Effects of Payments for Environmental Services on Peri-Urban Land Change in Mexico City's Conservation ZoneDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2022Julia C. Bausch, Elizabeth Tellman, Alison Acosta-Oakes, Amy Lerner, Enrique Castelán-Crespo, and Bertha Hernández-Aguilar
In many cities of the developing world, informal settlements are a key place for people with low incomes to access housing. Informal urbanization drives land-use change at the urban periphery:...
Revista Land LinesJunio 2022By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, June 6, 2022.
How are radical uncertainties like climate change, automation, the sharing economy, and the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the performance of infrastructure, and how will they shape infrastructure in the future? We share insights from the recent Lincoln Inst
Revista Land LinesMayo 2022By Anthony Flint, May 18, 2022
Burlington, Vermont—already sourcing 100 percent of its energy from renewables—is pledging to end all use of fossil fuels by 2030. In a Land Matters podcast, Mayor Miro Weinberger explains how the city got to this point and how it will accomplish its goal