Revista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Will Jason, February 23, 2022
In this Policy Focus Report, the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy offers recommendations for building healthy, sustainable communities by integrating land and water planning.
An Evaluation of the Extent to which American, Australian, and Canadian Cities Account for the Climate Benefits of Density through Environmental ReviewDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Katrina Wyman, Danielle Spiegel-Feld, Adalene Minelli, and Sara Savarani
This study looks at the extent to which major cities in the United States, Australia, and Canada assess the climate impacts of densification through the environmental review process. Research...
Clean Energy, Climate Resilience, and Conservation on U.S. FarmlandRevista Land LinesEnero 2022By Meg Wilcox, January 19, 2022
Farms across the country are installing solar energy, from dual-use panels that provide space for cultivation underneath to conventional arrays that help ward off more permanent development.
The Critical Role of Land in Addressing Our Existential CrisisRevista Land LinesEnero 2022By Anthony Flint, January 19, 2022
From forested wilderness areas to urban parks, protected lands play a critical role in addressing the climate crisis. Conservation movement leaders and others weigh in on the important of taking action.
Mapping a More Efficient Approach to Land UseRevista Land LinesEnero 2022By Rob Walker, January 19, 2022
As a hub of data and expertise, the Center for Geospatial Solutions works with a range of global partners large and small, both on deploying new technology and on helping organizations navigate the tools and information they already have.
2030 Is Coming Soon—Let’s Get to WorkRevista Land LinesEnero 2022By George W. McCarthy , January 18, 2022
As the world seeks climate solutions, global leaders are making ambitious commitments, including protecting 30 percent of the planet's land and water by 2030. The Center for Geospatial Solutions has developed a geospatially driven framework for accelerati
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores the connections between climate change and infrastructure, the role of sustainability in the revitalization of smaller legacy cities, and more.
Revista Land LinesEnero 2022
In the wake of major global agreements to protect biodiversity and address climate change, hundreds of leaders and practitioners gathered virtually for one of the world’s most significant international conferences on private and civic land conservation.
Revista Land LinesDiciembre 2021By Anthony Flint, December 21, 2021
The cane toad, introduced in Australia in the 1930s to control pests, quickly became a major problem itself – one of many examples of human interventions in natural systems that scientists should keep in mind while trying to tackle the climate crisis, say
Revista Land LinesDiciembre 2021By Anthony Flint, December 15, 2021
Claudia López, mayor of Bogotá, talks with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about how the Colombian capital is confronting climate change and creating economic opportunity by using value capture and other tools. Their discussion is part of a special series pro