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  1. Nature’s Toolbox: Fungi, Marshes, and Other Unsung Climate Heroes

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 19, 2023

    Trees are often touted as carbon-storage superheroes, but researchers have begun to document the role of other natural carbon sinks, from coastal salt marshes to microscopic fungi to elephants and other animal species.

  2. Fellows in Focus: Rethinking Stormwater Management in the West

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 13, 2023

    The Lincoln Institute provides a variety of early- and mid-career fellowship opportunities for researchers. In this series, we follow up with our fellows to learn more about their work.

  3. Building a Landscape Conservation Approach

    The potential for Regional Conservation and Climate Partnerships in Canada
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2023
    Sarah Winterton

    This working paper reviews the growth of Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCPs) in the United States and the outcomes being achieved by those operating in Canada to determine whether and how these...

  4. Developing a Quantitative Spatial Economic Model to Evaluate Urban Water Conservation Policies in Denver

    Documentos de trabajo
    Abril 2023
    Juan Carlos G. Lopez

    This paper develops a quantitative spatial model for the city of Denver to consider policy proposals to reduce urban water demand using data on land use and water demand by households and business...

  5. Research-Informed Documents of Practice

    Helping Urban Planners and Water Managers Direct the Change Needed for Creating Climate-Adapted Urban Landscapes
    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2023
    Paul W. Lander and Mary Ann Dickinson

    The past decade has seen a tremendous increase in the interest of the relationship between land use and water planning (American Planning Association Water & Planning Network, 2017). This has led...

  6. City Tech: Tree-Watering Apps for the Urban Forest

    Revista Land Lines
    Agosto 2023
    By Rob Walker, August 15, 2023

    New York, Berlin and other major cities have launched apps to help residents care for the urban canopy

  7. Finding Common Ground: Land Trusts and CLTs Explore New Collaborations

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2023
    By Audrea Lim, July 10, 2023

    Open space and affordable housing are often pitted against each other, but healthy communities need both.

  8. La segunda ola

    Por qué puede haber inundaciones tras un incendio forestal y cómo pueden prepararse las comunidades
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2023
    Por Amanda Monthei

    Mientras los incendios forestales, a menudo, son tapa de diario, un riesgo relacionado suele pasar desapercibido: las inundaciones posteriores a estos. Los cambios en la estructura del suelo pueden...

  9. Greening America’s Smaller Legacy Cities

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Julio 2023
    By Joseph Schilling, Catherine Tumber, and Gabi Velasco

    Preparing the country for a low-carbon future that is economically and racially just is an enormous undertaking. Greening America’s Smaller Legacy Cities investigates how local governments in...

  10. Overview of the National Park System Reform Process in China

    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2023
    Yufei Wang, Yixin Hu, and Jingyi Liu

    China is at a turning point from a high economic growth rate to a low one, and the country needs to carry out policy reforms for better governance. In recent years, the National Park system reform...

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