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  1. Rezoning History

    Influential Minneapolis Policy Shift Links Affordability, Equity
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By Kathleen McCormick, January 16, 2020
     

    With the arrival of 2020, Minneapolis becomes the first major U.S. city to implement a ban on single-family zoning in every neighborhood. For decades, single-family zoning had locked up nearly three-...

  2. President's Message

    When Theory and Practice Part
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By George W. McCarthy, January 15, 2020

    I’m still recovering from studying graduate-level economics, where the going wisdom was that certain challenges are insoluble. An early lesson, for example, was that no voting system can reliably...

  3. Capital Ideas

    Washington, DC's Ambitious Plan to Distribute Affordable Housing More Equitably
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By Liz Farmer, January 15, 2020

    About half of the nearly 52,000 affordable housing units in Washington, DC, are located in the city’s poorest neighborhoods. A forward-looking housing plan aims to redraw that map.

  4. Climate Change

    Great Lakes Communities Use Scenario Planning to Prepare for Rising Waters
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By Emma Zehner, January 15, 2020

    As climate change amplifies Lake Michigan’s natural fluctuations and brings increased storminess, local officials are reexamining their coastal management policies and starting to plan for an...

  5. Land Lines, January 2020

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    Edited by Katharine Wroth

    This issue explores the elimination of single-family zoning in Minneapolis, the potential for funding green infrastructure with value capture, the impacts of the shifting retail landscape on...

  6. The Riches of Resilience

    Cities Are Investing in Green Infrastructure—Should Developers Help Foot the Bill?
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By Anthony Flint, January 13, 2020

    As sea levels rise and storms intensify, cities are discovering the benefits of implementing green infrastructure. The question now is how to pay for it.

  7. Land Matters Podcast

    Episode 8: Hartford, Ready for a Reboot
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2019
    By Anthony Flint, December 19, 2019

    A classic post-industrial city on the brink of bankruptcy, Hartford, Connecticut, has overhauled its zoning and turned abandoned factories into craft breweries and makers spaces. Can the city be just...

  8. The Unmalling of America

    How Municipalities Are Navigating the Changing Retail Landscape
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2019
    By Gregory Scruggs, December 16, 2019

    For decades, shopping malls have been a major source of local property and sales tax revenue. But with malls across the country losing tenants and the media proclaiming a retail apocalypse, local...

  9. City Tech

    Privacy, Equity, and the Future of the Smart City
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2019
    By Rob Walker, December 16, 2019

    In Toronto, ambitious plans for a 12-acre smart-city development have met with concerns about land use, data privacy, and equity. Can the city create a model that addresses these concerns and...

  10. Curriculum Innovation

    Lincoln Institute Seeks Examples of Innovative Urban Planning Coursework
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2019
    By Emma Zehner, December 13, 2019

    This year, the Lincoln Institute honored five professors for designing and teaching urban planning courses that prepare future planners to solve economic, social, and environmental challenges. From...

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