Growing Water Smart is a joint project between the Lincoln Institute and the Sonoran Institute featuring workshops that introduce communities to the full range of collaboration, communication, public...
Hallar y financiar soluciones para capturar agua pluvialRevista Land LinesJulio 2020Por Meg Wilcox
El desarrollo y el cambio climático ejercen presión sobre las fuentes hídricas regionales en el oeste de los Estados Unidos; las ciudades importantes como Tucson y Los Á...
Finding (and Funding) Stormwater Capture SolutionsRevista Land LinesJunio 2020By Meg Wilcox, June 30, 2020
With development and climate change placing pressures on regional water sources in the U.S. West, major cities including Tucson and Los Angeles are seeking to bolster local water supplies. Their...
A StoryMap Exploring the Colorado River Through DataVisualización de datosMayo 2020
Although not the largest or longest river in the World, the Colorado River is known for its many legacies. The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy developed a StoryMap about the Colorado River,...
A Report on the 5th Urban Water Demand Roundtable April 8–9, 2019, Tempe, ArizonaDocumentos de trabajoAbril 2020
The Urban Water Demand Roundtable (UWDR) is a convening of practitioners, consultants, and academics engaged in water demand research. The UWDR was initially organized in 2012 by a group of water...
Indicators for Measuring the Integration of Land and Water Policy and Management in the Colorado River BasinRequest for ProposalsSolicitud de propuestasAbril 2020
The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy is seeking a contractor to assist in the development of a new set of indicators for assessing and tracking the integration of land and water resource policy and management in the Colorado River Basin.
A Manual for Land Use Planners in the Colorado River BasinOtroFebrero 2020
Land use planning and water management are siloed disciplines that often operate independently, despite the important overlaps between the two and the mutual benefits of working together. Integrating...
Water is Colorado’s most critical resource. So why isn’t it central to every local land-use decision?The Colorado SunFebrero 11, 2020El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Workshop Helps Western Communities Integrate Water and Land Use PlanningRevista Land LinesFebrero 2020By Katharine Wroth, February 4, 2020
During the last two decades, the population of Fort Collins, Colorado, expanded from 100,000 to 170,000. According to the city’s newly adopted comprehensive plan, that total is expected to swell to...
Videos y multimediaJulio 2019Episode 3 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint
As the global water crisis intensifies, the Colorado River Basin is poised to become a model for how to bring together stakeholders representing agriculture, urban areas, and the natural environment...