Documentos de trabajoJulio 2021Michael Andersen
In 2020, Portland became the largest modern U.S. city to end so-called “single-family zoning,” legalizing up to four market-rate homes on almost any residential lot, or up to six homes on...
Lessons from Oregon’s House Bill 2001Documentos de trabajoJulio 2021Michael Andersen
In 2019, Oregon passed a first-of-its-kind state law that ordered larger cities and the Portland metro area to rapidly legalize duplexes on all residential lots and fourplexes, triplexes, townhomes,...
Research, Public Sector Policy Change, Advocacy, Philanthropy and the Private Sector Collide to Create an Affordable Housing and Economic Development Opportunity in ColoradoThe Case of indieDwellDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2021Phyllis Resnick and Jennifer Newcomer
On July 6, 2020, modular builder indieDwell opened a factory in Pueblo, Colorado with a capacity of 160,000 square feet of housing and plans for expansion. indieDwell’s journey to Colorado was...
Lincoln Institute Announce Winners of RFP Focused on Equity and Low-Growth ScenariosRevista Land LinesJulio 2020By Emma Zehner, July 29, 2020
In the coming year, MN350, a Minnesota-based climate justice organization, will work with the city of Bemidji, nonprofit groups, residents, and three tribal nations—Leech Lake, Red Lake, and White...
Next CityNoviembre 19, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh On the Urgency of Climate ActionRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2019By Anthony Flint, November 8, 2019
Boston native and two-term Mayor Martin J. Walsh has become a leader on climate action, from retrofitting city buildings to raising parks and roads. He spoke with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about...
EventosSeptiembre 27, 2016Partners: Las Majadas de Pirque, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), Harvard University, Fundacion Robles de Cantillana, Templado, and Que Pasa
The ILCN will convene some 70 conservation practitioners and policy makers from North and South America to consider new approaches to the financing of conservation infrastructure (also known as natural capital) in the age of climate change.
Entradas de blogAbril 2016
Comunicados de prensaMarzo 31, 2016
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116Will Jason 617-503-2254 CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (April 1, 2016) – Strengthening local economies, managing water resources, and planning for an...
Can Water Become a Cash Crop in the West?Revista Land LinesOctubre 2015By Scott Campbell
A Colorado corporation is creating a new paradigm for sustainable water use in the West. Irrigated farmland is placed under conservation easement, and cities “harvest” the water on a...