‘Segregation Scenarios’ and Environmental Justice AnalysesDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Sarah Philbrick, Leonardo Torres, and Tim Reardon
Racial segregation is a stubborn and enduring facet of America’s residential landscape, an intentional product of policies and investments that produces disparate negative impacts and outcomes...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, February 8, 2022
A new policy focus report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy illustrates how state policies and practices affect the course of urban revitalization, from the ways cities raise revenues to the conditions under which they can finance redevelopment.
A Case Study of San Juan, Puerto RicoDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei, Deepak Lamba-Nieves, and Enrique A. Figueroa
While legacy cities have had a long struggle with deindustrialization, population loss, fiscal constraints and economic decay, many will likely need to address compounding stressors stemming from...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Will Jason, February 23, 2022
In this Policy Focus Report, the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy offers recommendations for building healthy, sustainable communities by integrating land and water planning.
Central Eastern versus South Eastern European CountriesDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Aleksandra Maksimovska , Aleksandar Stojkov, Michal Radvan, and Tereza Rogic Lugaric
Citizen-centric local governance requires fiscally stable and efficient local governments that contribute to sustainable and livable communities. The central research objective herein is to provide...
An Evaluation of the Extent to which American, Australian, and Canadian Cities Account for the Climate Benefits of Density through Environmental ReviewDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Katrina Wyman, Danielle Spiegel-Feld, Adalene Minelli, and Sara Savarani
This study looks at the extent to which major cities in the United States, Australia, and Canada assess the climate impacts of densification through the environmental review process. Research...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2022By Liz Farmer, January 27, 2022
A team from Trenton, New Jersey, is participating in the Legacy Cities Initiative Community of Practice, part of an effort to build resilience and strengthen community engagement.
Revista Land LinesEnero 2022By Gretel Follingstad and Austin Troy, January 27, 2022
Research supported by the Babbitt Center applies an innovative methodology to water demand forecasting in Aurora, Colorado, that provides key insights into the relationships between development decisions, water needs, and growth and can be applied across
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores the connections between climate change and infrastructure, the role of sustainability in the revitalization of smaller legacy cities, and more.
Using Research to Assemble Durable Coalitions and Expand Political CapacityDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2021Benjamin Teresa, Kathryn Howell, and Leah Demarest
The paper begins from the perspective that barriers to affordable housing are less about having good ideas but rather about how to enact policy changes. It focuses on the relationship between housing...