Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 2022By Lincoln Institute Staff, September 20, 2022.
Ebonie Alexander of the Black Family Land Trust is the 2022–2023 Kingsbury Browne Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
XSP for Floodplain Buyout ParcelsDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2022Kelly Leilani Main, Risa Hiser, Victoria Woods, Osamu Kumasaka, Maggie Tsang, and Isaac Stein
Flood risk is increasing across the country due to extreme precipitation, outdated infrastructure, poor development practices, and climate change. As climate impacts like storm surge and sea level...
Simulating Scenarios for Climate Change, GBI Technologies, and Land PolicyDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2022Nilo Nascimento, Renan Pereira Almeida, Priscilla Moura, Talita Silva, Michelle Reboita, Wilson Fernandes, Deyvid Rosa, Pedro A. Patrício, Rafael A. S. Drumond, Kauê Melo, André Silva, and Christie Souza
Technical approaches inspired by concepts such as green and blue infrastructure (GBI) may offer alternatives for urban adaptation to climate change with significant environmental and socioeconomic...
Documentos de trabajoAgosto 2022Donovan Finn , Ellie Evans , and Kevin A. Reed
As the risks to communities from climate change becomes more pronounced, urban planners need access to better and more user-friendly forms of climate data for a variety of planning tasks ranging from...
New Tools Merging Science and PracticeDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2022Donovan Finn and Naomi Miller
The integration of climate data into scenario planning is an important next step in helping local planning practitioners more usefully engage with the public around questions of how to address local...
A Guide for Cities in the Great Lakes RegionDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2022Nicholas B. Rajkovich, Terry Schwarz, Gwyneth A. Harris, and Adara Zullo
Exploratory Scenario Planning for Climate In-Migration: A Guide for Cities in the Great Lakes Region describes exploratory scenario planning techniques that communities can use to develop...
Highlights of the Lincoln Institute’s 2022 Journalists ForumRevista Land LinesAgosto 2022By Anthony Flint, August 25, 2022
Thirty journalists on the climate beat came to the Lincoln Institute recently to consider global warming’s impact on land, whether through deforestation, inundation, or drought. The conclusion: new policies and practices in land use planning will be requi
Revista Land LinesJulio 2022By Sivan Kartha, July 27, 2022
From sequestering carbon to providing homes for displaced people, from producing food to siting renewable energy, land is an essential component of many climate solutions. How can we prioritize the demands we place on this finite resource?
Revista Land LinesJulio 2022By Catherine Tumber, July 25, 2022
Small and midsize legacy cities are poised to become destinations for the displaced as climate change plays out in the United States. But these cities are facing a serious threat: large-scale speculative real estate investment that could put housing out o
Revista Land LinesJulio 2022By Anthony Flint, July 25, 2022
Leaders in the city of Burlington, Vermont, are promising to eliminate net fossil fuel use by 2030. Mayor Miro Weinberger discusses the city’s ambitious plans, the critical role of utilities, and the ways local leaders can take meaningful climate action.