Planning with ForesightRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2021By Petra Hurtado, November 15, 2021.
Foresight is a planning approach that aims at making sense of the future, understanding drivers of change that are outside of one’s control, and preparing for what may lead to success or failure. The Lincoln Institute partnered with the American Planning
Land Matters Podcast: Bruce Babbitt on the Climate CrisisRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2021By Anthony Flint, November 1st, 2021.
As world leaders descend on Glasgow, Scotland, for the COP26 climate summit, the critical role of land and water isn’t getting enough attention, says former Arizona Governor and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt. The Land Matters podcast features a discuss
Infrastructure and Climate Change: Four Governance Challenges in a Time of DisruptionRevista Land LinesOctubre 2021By Henry Lee, October 19, 2021.
This excerpt from the new Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics and Policy" outlines four challenges to climate mitigation and adaptation, from governmental inefficiency to stranded assets.
City TechManaging the CurbRevista Land LinesOctubre 2021By Rob Walker, October 13, 2021.
Among its many impacts, the pandemic has led to soaring demand for curb space in cities across the country. Now cities from Aspen to Nashville are experimenting with smart zones, apps, and other tools that can help manage this essential piece of urban inf
President’s MessageWe Need to Get Infrastructure Right. The Stakes Couldn't Be Higher.Revista Land LinesOctubre 2021By George W. McCarthy, October 11, 2021
In an essay adapted from the forthcoming Lincoln Institute book Infrastructure Economics and Policy: International Perspectives, President George “Mac” McCarthy reflects on the critical connections among urbanization, sustainability, and infrastructure.
Podcast: Bogotá Mayor Claudia López, Breaking New GroundVideos y multimediaNoviembre 2021Season 2, Episode 9 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Mayor Claudia López.
Bogotá Mayor Claudia López talks about local climate action, land value capture for more equitable urban development, and the importance of supporting women in society, in an interview...
The Evolution of a Land TrustPlacing Social Transformation at the Center of the Conservation EffortDocumentos de trabajoSeptiembre 2021Fernando Lloveras San Miguel
This narrative examines the evolution of a land trust, Para la Naturaleza (PLN) in Puerto Rico, as it navigated a vast array of challenges. These challenges led Para la Naturaleza to transform itself...
Water and Governance in the Colorado River Basin (A 75th Anniversary Lincoln Institute Dialogue)EventosDiciembre 8, 2021Speakers: Greg Stanton, Kathryn Sorensen, and Jim Holway
Join us for a discussion of water and governance. The speakers will consider sustainability challenges in the southwestern United States and lessons learned from their work in Phoenix and elsewhere.
From Transit to Technology, Planning Faces New Challenges. Here Are Seven Trends to Watch.Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 2021By Petra Hurtado and Aleksandra Gomez, September 27, 2021
The world's constant technological disruptions, social inequalities, and changing climate are only a few of the dizzying challenges today's planners face. In partnership with the Lincoln...
Scenario Planning in Small and Mid-Size Legacy CitiesFramework and Tool Adaptations in Youngstown, OhioDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2021Thomas Hilde and Hunter Morrison
This paper examines how scenario planning frameworks and tools—largely designed for contexts of regional growth—can be adapted for land use and development planning in small and mid-size...