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  1. Climate Change and the Colorado River

    Lincoln Institute Dialogue Addresses Water Management Challenges
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2021
    By Katharine Wroth, September 22, 2021

    For the first time, the federal government has declared a shortage for the Colorado River, which provides water to more than forty million people and over 4.5 million acres of agriculture in seven U....

  2. Examining State Planning Enabling Laws Regarding Water Planning Requirements

    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2021
    Cassie Pettit and Sagar Shah

    This report summarizes the methodology, findings, and implications of examining and evaluating the legal requirements for water provisions within comprehensive plans in each of the 50 states. Focus...

  3. Land Lines, July 2021

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2021
    Edited by Katharine Wroth

    In this issue, aerial photographer Alex MacLean documents the growth of urban agriculture, we explore the critical connections between urban planning and water management, and we report on the...

  4. Examining the Water and Land Use Connection in Water Utility Planning Requirements

    An Inventory of the Laws of all 50 States
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2021
    Mary Ann Dickinson, Bill Christiansen, Brad Spilka, and Adam Schempp

    This project examined and evaluated the legal requirements for water utility plans in each of the 50 states, with a particular emphasis on how those plans intersect with land use policy and planning...

  5. A Cartographic Meditation

    Mapping the Colorado River Basin in the 21st Century
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2021
    By Zach Sugg, June 18, 2021

    The Babbitt Center’s new Colorado River Basin map is available at no cost as a downloadable pdf and as a hard copy. Where is the Colorado River Basin? A novice attempting a cursory Google search will...

  6. Map: Colorado River Basin

    Planos e infografías
    Mayo 2021
    Text by Matt Jenkins and design by Jeff Allenby and Chaz Baculi

    Download PDF This lifeline in the desert has made human survival possible, fed much of the United States, and helped fuel a regional economy that would, by some accounts, be the fifth-largest in the...

  7. Boston Takes on Climate Change

    Among the World's Most Prepared But Also the Most Vulnerable, the City Is Making Big Plans to Protect Itself
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2021
    By Anthony Flint, April 27, 2021

    This article is copublished with the American Planning Association’s Planning magazine. After a severe winter storm in 2018, a dumpster broke free of its moorings in Boston's warehouse district, and...

  8. Bridging the Divide

    Why Integrating Land and Water Planning Is Critical to a Sustainable Future
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2021
    By Heather Hansman, March 26, 2021

    In the face of drought, floods, and population growth, planners and water managers are emerging from their traditional silos—and finding ways to support sustainable growth while protecting...

  9. Integrating Land and Water

    Tools, Practices, Processes, and Evaluation Criteria
    Documentos de trabajo
    Febrero 2021
    Erin Rugland

    Land and water are highly connected resources yet are managed and regulated by different entities. Land use planners and water managers may be interested in better connecting land and water but lack...

  10. Land Lines, Enero/Abril 2021

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2021
    Editado por Katharine Wroth

    Este número doble especial de Land Lines conmemora el 75.º aniversario del Instituto Lincoln de Políticas de Suelo, narra la historia de la organización y explora có...

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