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  1. Fellows in Focus: Studying Solutions to California's Water Crisis

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2024
    By Jon Gorey, April 5, 2024

    Former Babbitt Center fellow Sonali Abraham reflects on public perceptions of water conservation and sustainability

  2. Q&A: Fellows in Focus

    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2024
    By Jon Gorey, March 15, 2024

    Lincoln Institute fellows discuss their recent work, their research interests, and the things that keep them up at night

  3. California Water and Agriculture

    Farmer Perspectives on Water Access and Governance
    Documentos de trabajo
    Febrero 2024
    Catherine Van Dyke

    This paper examines farmer perspectives on water access and governance in California, with a focus on groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley and surface water from the Colorado River in the Coachella...

  4. Case Study: Can Meandering Paths Connect a Fragmented Planning System?

    Developing a Regional Governance Structure to Enable Watershed Planning in Southeast Louisiana
    Otro
    Junio 2021
    Rachelle Sanderson, Thomas Douthat, Manohar “Manny” Patole

    Louisiana’s flat geography, proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, and seasonal rain events make the state especially susceptible to flooding. Risks are particularly high because water can flow...

  5. Perspectives from the Field

    The Future of Agriculture
    Otro
    Enero 2024

    The Colorado River is pivotal in supporting agricultural production throughout the Basin, not only contributing significantly to the local economies and livelihoods of rural communities but supporting our national food supply and global food security.

  6. Equity in Green Infrastructure

    Documentos de trabajo
    Enero 2024
    Nathaniel R. Mattison and Kyle McKenney

    Many municipalities introduced their first stand-alone green infrastructure (“GI”) plans in the late 2000s and early 2010s, specifically as a means of achieving compliance with water...

  7. Agriculture in the Colorado River Basin States

    Challenges and Implications for the Future
    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2023
    Nike Opejin, Faith Sternlieb, and Catherine Van Dyke

    The Babbitt Center report, Agriculture in the Colorado River Basin States: Challenges and Implications for the Future, examines the challenges confronting agricultural producers in the Colorado River...

  8. Feed the Farm, Not the Algae

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2023
    By Jon Gorey, November 1, 2023

    Farmers use nitrogen-based fertilizer to increase yields and feed the growing world population, but the practice contributes to climate change, pollution, and toxic algal blooms.

  9. Land Matters Podcast: Water in the West

    Jim Holway Reflects on Decades of Problem-Solving
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2023
    By Anthony Flint, October 31, 2023

    Jim Holway, who retired as director of the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy this summer, reflects on decades of trying to solve the puzzle of sustainable water resources in the West, and looks to what the future may hold.

  10. Lincoln Institute at COP28

    Eventos
    Noviembre 30, 2023

    The Lincoln Institute will be at COP28 in Dubai, November 30–December 12, hosting two events at the Multilevel Action and Urbanization Pavilion that focus on the role of land and water policy in achieving equitable climate resilience.

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