GoverningDiciembre 21, 2018El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
An Experimental Evaluation in Bogotá, ColombiaDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2018Alishia C. Holland
Who supports mass infrastructure projects? Mass transportation infrastructure, such as metros and highways, is hugely expensive. But it also can deliver widespread benefits to users and windfall...
The Shift from Farms to CitiesRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2018By Allen Best
Until recent decades, agriculture was the main driver of development along the Colorado River. But with population growth, water use has shifted to urban needs, with implications for water-sharing...
Sharing a Legacy, Carving a Future for the Colorado RiverRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2018By Allen Best
In its sheer complexity, the Colorado stands out among the rivers of America, and probably the world. Explore the twists and turns of this 1,450-mile waterway, which lead from the snowy mountains of...
How Auctioning Building Rights Can Help Fund Infrastructure and Affordable HousingRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2018By Will Jason, December 14, 2018
As U.S. cities struggle to provide adequate infrastructure and affordable housing, many are underutilizing one of their greatest assets: the land on which they sit. They can look to an unlikely place...
WGBH NewsDiciembre 4, 2018El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Documentos de trabajoNoviembre 2018Achilles Kallergis, Shlomo Angel, Yang Liu, Alejandro M. Blei, Nicolás Galarza, and Patrick Lamson-Hall
This paper discusses housing affordability in cities the world over based on data from the Land and Housing Survey in a Global Sample of Cities. We report on the composition of the housing sector...
Sharing the Recent Chilean Land Conservation Experience with the European Conservation CommunityDocumentos de trabajoNoviembre 2018Tilmann Disselhoff and Tom Kirschey
This paper attempts to capture some of the early lessons from the creation of a new National Park Network in Chilean Patagonia. We argue that the National Park Network of Patagonia constitutes green...
How Planners in Two Western Cities Are Integrating Water and Land UseRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2018By Kathleen McCormick, November 27, 2018
In the face of a multiyear drought and the uncertainty of climate change, planning for the future availability of water in the arid and rapidly urbanizing southwestern United States has taken on a...
Revista Land LinesNoviembre 2018By Kathleen McCormick
As communities throughout the Colorado River Basin confront the realities of operating in a water-constrained world, a wide-ranging group of stakeholders in the state of Colorado has come together to...