This book develops a science of global cities to prepare for the coming expansion of the planet's population and questions the main tenets of the Containment Paradigm. It provides planners and...
“This timely transatlantic dialogue between planning researchers and policy makers provides a wealth of information and insights into the planning frameworks and institutions in changing...
“Students and others looking for a place to start often ask, ‘If I could read just one book about xxxx, which would you suggest?’ When it comes to cities, I have a new favorite. It...
LibrosJunio 2012Shlomo Angel, Jason Parent, Daniel L. Civco, and Alejandro M. Blei
Note: This volume is currently out of stock and an updated edition is now available in two volumes — Atlas of Urban Expansion—2016 Edition, Volume 1: Areas and Densities and Atlas of...
LibrosMayo 2011Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
Developing policies that will keep climate change in check has become a global priority, as increasing greenhouse gas emissions contribute to extreme weather patterns. If these emissions remain...
Practice and ProspectLibrosAbril 2011Edited by Ethan Seltzer and Armando Carbonell
“Regional Planning in America is an extraordinary collection that presents a clear view of the field and highlights its many forms and applications for the twenty-first century. It is essential...
An Empirical AnalysisDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2020Arnab Chakraborty and Stephen Averill Sherman
This project investigated how regional scenario efforts can shape regional and local plans. Through document analysis of scenario efforts and selected plans in six regions, plus key informant...
Construir resiliencia climática en BostonRevista Land LinesFebrero 2020Por Anthony Flint
Martin J. Walsh nació y creció en el barrio obrero de Dorchester, en Boston. En su segundo mandato como 54.º alcalde de Boston, se centra en escuelas, viviendas asequibles e inmigración, y muchos...
Cities Are Investing in Green Infrastructure—Should Developers Help Foot the Bill?Revista Land LinesEnero 2020By Anthony Flint, January 13, 2020
As sea levels rise and storms intensify, cities are discovering the benefits of implementing green infrastructure. The question now is how to pay for it.
Scientific AmericanEnero 1, 2020El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias