LibrosOctubre 2019Edited by Frederick Steiner, Richard Weller, Karen M’Closkey, and Billy Fleming
One of the Best Books of 2019, “This collection of essays and projects should inspire any environmental policy maker, planner, or landscape architect to forge broader coalitions and act...
Approaches to LULUs, Growth, and Other Vexing Governance ProblemsLibrosJunio 1991Edited by Joseph DiMento and LeRoy Graymer
Can rival community groups “get to yes” when it is in the public’s interest to resolve disputes arising from locally unwanted land uses (LULUs)? “Not in my backyard” (...
LibrosEnero 1986Karl E. Case
This clear and concise explanation of the basic principles of microeconomic theory shows the implications of property tax policy for individual enterprises. The first section introduces the basic...
GIS at The Trust for Public LandDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2019Will Rogers
By developing and using sophisticated mapping and spatial analysis tools, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) has been able to dramatically increase its effectiveness in delivering its land-for-people...
Documentos de trabajoDiciembre 2019Michael B. Whitfield
In America we enjoy an amazing conservation legacy. However, all of Planet Earth is in the midst of an environmental and social crisis. Here in the United States, observers often see conflict between...
CityLabDiciembre 23, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Episode 8: Hartford, Ready for a RebootRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Anthony Flint, December 19, 2019
A classic post-industrial city on the brink of bankruptcy, Hartford, Connecticut, has overhauled its zoning and turned abandoned factories into craft breweries and makers spaces. Can the city be just...
Progressive CityDiciembre 18, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
How Municipalities Are Navigating the Changing Retail LandscapeRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Gregory Scruggs, December 16, 2019
For decades, shopping malls have been a major source of local property and sales tax revenue. But with malls across the country losing tenants and the media proclaiming a retail apocalypse, local...
Privacy, Equity, and the Future of the Smart CityRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Rob Walker, December 16, 2019
In Toronto, ambitious plans for a 12-acre smart-city development have met with concerns about land use, data privacy, and equity. Can the city create a model that addresses these concerns and...