Land Lines, September 1998Revista Land LinesSetembro 1998Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue explores fiscal and regulatory instruments for value capture in Brazil; remedies to the challenges of redeveloping brownfields and vacant land in the U.S. Northeast; Cuba’s urban and...
Solar SolutionsClean Energy, Climate Resilience, and Conservation on U.S. FarmlandRevista Land LinesJaneiro 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.
Making sense of place through data visualizationComunicados de ImprensaOutubro 25, 2017
Base de datos de lugaresTerrenos abandonados con riesgo alto y moderado de inundaciones en Providence, RIRevista Land LinesAbril 2019Por Jenna DeAngelo
Si bien los terrenos abandonados suelen pensarse como una responsabilidad urbana, pueden representar una ventaja. El costo de acondicionar estas propiedades desarrolladas en el pasado suele ser alto...
Recycling the CityThe Use and Reuse of Urban LandLivrosNovembro 2004Edited by Rosalind Greenstein and Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz
This collection of essays examines underutilized, abandoned, and vacant urban land within political, economic, institutional, and policy contexts. In the volume’s three sections, the authors...
Land Lines, April 2018Revista Land LinesAbril 2018Coedited by Maureen Clarke and Ted Smalley Bowen
In this issue: Houston considers post-Hurricane Harvey policy changes; St. Louis integrates a federal spy center into its disinvested North Side; tools for estimating the extent and value of urban trees; and Mayor's Desk, a new regular interview feature.
Room to RoamThe Pandemic Has Underscored the Need for More Urban Parks. So What Comes Next?Revista Land LinesOutubro 2020By Kathleen McCormick, October 7, 2020
The benefits of parks and open space have long been documented, from improving public health to increasing property values. With COVID-19 necessitating new ways of using the public realm, city...
The Place Database TutorialVídeos e MultimídiaOutubro 2017
The Place Database is a map of the United States which uses the PolicyMap platform to visualize the latest available data for dozens of indicators—ranging from housing affordability, to brownfield sites, to federal government spending.
Land Lines, October 2002Revista Land LinesOutubro 2002Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at past, present, and future urban conditions in Cuba; value-based taxation prospects in Lithuania; reviving environmental regionalism in the U.S.; and the challenges and...
The Humane MetropolisPeople and Nature in the 21st-Century CityLivrosOutubro 2006Edited by Rutherford H. Platt
Four-fifths of Americans now live in the nation’s sprawling metropolitan areas, and half of the world’s population is now classified as “urban.” As cities become the dominant...