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  1. Mayor’s Desk: A New Deal in Delhi

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2023
    By Anthony Flint, September 19, 2023

    Rapid urbanization has brought many challenges to Delhi, from unhealthy air quality to unrelenting traffic. With new policies in place, the city’s leaders are working to turn things around.

  2. Nature’s Toolbox: Fungi, Marshes, and Other Unsung Climate Heroes

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 19, 2023

    Trees are often touted as carbon-storage superheroes, but researchers have begun to document the role of other natural carbon sinks, from coastal salt marshes to microscopic fungi to elephants and other animal species.

  3. Building a Landscape Conservation Approach

    The potential for Regional Conservation and Climate Partnerships in Canada
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2023
    Sarah Winterton

    This working paper reviews the growth of Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCPs) in the United States and the outcomes being achieved by those operating in Canada to determine whether and how these...

  4. Land Policies, Urban Law, and Climate Change

    Urban Taxation Measures to Address Climate Change Stage 2: Case Analysis
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2023
    Melinda Maldonado, Safira de la Sala, Rachelle Alterman, Giovanni Andrés Pérez Macías, and Roberto Arazo Silva

    This document serves as a presentation of the second stage of research on Land Policies, Urban Planning Law, and Climate Change. In the first stage, we described a series of urban and taxation...

  5. Fellows in Focus: Rethinking Stormwater Management in the West

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 13, 2023

    The Lincoln Institute provides a variety of early- and mid-career fellowship opportunities for researchers. In this series, we follow up with our fellows to learn more about their work.

  6. The Effects of Flood Buyouts and Green Infrastructure on Nearby Property Values

    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2023
    Ryun Jung Lee, Wayne Day, Alexander Abuabara, Galen Newman, and Walter Peacock

    Property buyouts have been widely implemented as a hazard mitigation strategy to relocate residents to a safer location and reduce potential flood damages. Green infrastructure is an established...

  7. Developing a Quantitative Spatial Economic Model to Evaluate Urban Water Conservation Policies in Denver

    Documentos de trabajo
    Abril 2023
    Juan Carlos G. Lopez

    This paper develops a quantitative spatial model for the city of Denver to consider policy proposals to reduce urban water demand using data on land use and water demand by households and business...

  8. City Tech: Tree-Watering Apps for the Urban Forest

    Revista Land Lines
    Agosto 2023
    By Rob Walker, August 15, 2023

    New York, Berlin and other major cities have launched apps to help residents care for the urban canopy

  9. Exploring How Land-Based Approaches to Climate Change Adaptation Intersect with Property Values and Municipal Finance

    Revista Land Lines
    Agosto 2023

    The commissioned research papers offer findings that can inform public policy and practice across a diverse set of topics, including climate-informed zoning, land value capture, green infrastructure, and more.

  10. Land Matters Podcast: Summer of Smoke and Swelter

    The Science Behind Climate-Induced Wildfires
    Revista Land Lines
    Agosto 2023
    By Anthony Flint, August 3, 2023

    Record-breaking heat, out-of-control wildfires, and eye-stinging smoke have made the impacts of climate change inescapable for millions of people this summer. Heat, drought, high winds, and...

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