What Do We Do with the Land Left Behind?XSP for Floodplain Buyout ParcelsDocumentos de TrabalhoAgosto 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Flood risk is increasing across the country due to extreme precipitation, outdated infrastructure, poor development practices, and climate change.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...
Land Matters Podcast: Staying Calm and Planning OnAuthor Josh Stephens’ Interviews with Big City PlannersRevista Land LinesJunho 2023By Anthony Flint, June 7, 2023
There’s so much happening today in the world’s cities—from climate change to a massive shortage of affordable housing—that the job of the city planner has become a furiously busy one, requiring a...
Mayor's Desk: Housing and Hope in CincinnatiRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Anthony Flint, May 15, 2023
A candid conversation with Mayor Aftab Pureval on the challenges and opportunities facing Cincinnati
How Restoring Animal Populations Can Supercharge Carbon AbsorptionRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Jon Gorey, May 24, 2023
New research confirms the critical role animals play in addressing climate change, from the desert to the deep sea.
City Tech: These Routes Are Made for ChargingRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Rob Walker, May 31, 2023
Pilot projects in Detroit and other cities are testing wireless roads that charge electric vehicles on the go
Five Ways Urban Planners Are Addressing a Legacy of InequityRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Jon Gorey, May 16, 2023
Urban planners across the United States have pledged to address their profession's legacy of contributing to segregation and systemic racism.
Preventing Displacement Along Maryland's New Purple Line CorridorRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Jon Gorey, May 15, 2023
A coalition of nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, and others is working to preserve housing affordability along a new transit line in the DC suburbs.
Office-to-Residential Conversions Are on the Rise—What Does That Mean for Cities?Revista Land LinesMaio 2023By Jon Gorey, May 16, 2023
Downtown offices are sitting empty, while the cities they anchor desperately need more housing. Could those unused cubicles and conference rooms be converted into homes?
Boston’s Beloved Triple-Deckers Are Next-Level Affordable HousingRevista Land LinesMaio 2023By Anthony Flint, May 24, 2023
Industrial cities of New England built thousands of these three-unit apartment buildings for immigrant families — until a backlash brought an end to the boom.
President's Message: Shall I Compare Thee to a Land Value Increment Tax?Revista Land LinesMarço 2023By George W. McCarthy, March 30, 2023
In which the leader of a land policy organization seeks help from a chatbot to define the term "land policy"