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  1. How Small and Midsize Legacy Cities Can Pursue Equitable, Comprehensive “Greening”

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2023
    By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, July 11, 2023

    Realizing a low-carbon future that is economically and racially just is an enormous undertaking at any level, but especially for small and midsize older industrial cities.

  2. 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...

  3. El escritorio del alcalde

    Una segunda oportunidad en Seúl
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2023
    Por Anthony Flint

    Oh Se-hoon fue electo en abril de 2021 para ocupar el cargo del 38.º alcalde de Seúl. Abogado de profesión, con anterioridad había ejercido dos mandatos como alcalde desde 2006 hasta 2011, y formó...

  4. China's Policy to Limit Use of Public-Private Partnerships by Municipalities to Finance Capital Improvements

    A Regression Discontinuity Design Analysis of the Fiscal Impact
    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2023
    Robert Bland, Jingran Sun, and Yu Shi

    China’s rapid urbanization in the past four decades combined with the national government’s ambitious goals for economic growth have pressured public officials in prefectural cities to...

  5. 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...

  6. Land Matters Podcast: Staying Calm and Planning On

    Author Josh Stephens’ Interviews with Big City Planners
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2023
    By Anthony Flint, June 7, 2023

    There’s so much happening today in the world’s cities—from climate change to a massive shortage of affordable housing—that the job of the city planner has become a furiously busy one, requiring a...

  7. Cities in Post-Pandemic China

    Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Intercity Mobility Patterns, Migration-Related Attitudes, and Urban Governance
    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2023
    Hengyu Gu

    The new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has swept the world since 2020, causing considerable attention from academia, media, and policymakers. Entering the post-pandemic era, despite the...

  8. Podcast: Staying Calm and Planning On

    Videos y multimedia
    Junio 2023
    Season 4, Episode 4 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Josh Stephens.

    Veteran journalist Josh Stephens shares insights from his interviews for the book Planners Across America.

  9. Mayor's Desk: Housing and Hope in Cincinnati

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2023
    By Anthony Flint, May 15, 2023

    A candid conversation with Mayor Aftab Pureval on the challenges and opportunities facing Cincinnati

  10. Preventing Displacement Along Maryland's New Purple Line Corridor

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2023
    By Jon Gorey, May 15, 2023

    A coalition of nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, and others is working to preserve housing affordability along a new transit line in the DC suburbs.


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