Land Matters Podcast: A Booming Bay Area City Confronts an Affordability CrisisRevista Land LinesSetembro 2022By Anthony Flint, September 26, 2022
Berkeley, California, is a classic case of a built-up city facing tensions over future development. In this candid interview, Mayor Jesse Arreguín talks about the need to make the city more affordable by clearing the way for new housing and discouraging s
New Book "Property Tax in Asia" Provides the First Comprehensive Analysis of the Property Tax Across the World’s Largest ContinentRevista Land LinesSetembro 2022By Will Jason, September 7, 2022
The property tax has great potential as a source of local government revenue in Asia, but its implementation has been uneven. The Lincoln Institute’s new book Property Tax in Asia: Policy and Practice provides the first comprehensive analysis of how this
President’s Message: Zoning’s Asteroid MomentRevista Land LinesOutubro 2022By George W. McCarthy, October 4, 2022
Zoning reform is gaining momentum in the United States, as policy makers seek to advance affordability and address a legacy of spatial segregation by race and class.
“Getting urbanization right . . . will require a commitment to deliver basic services to all residents, new and old, to use natural resources more efficiently, to reduce our carbon footprint—and to...
Estatuto da Cidade: Antecedentes e PerspectivasVídeos e MultimídiaJulho 2016Presenter: José Roberto Bassul
José Roberto Bassul, Arquiteto e Urbanista, Mestre em Planejamento Urbano pela Universidade de Brasília (UNB), contextualiza o “Estatuto da Cidade”. Aprovado em 2001, o...
Using Green and Blue Infrastructure for Urban Flood MitigationSimulating Scenarios for Climate Change, GBI Technologies, and Land PolicyDocumentos de TrabalhoAgosto 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...
Uprooted: As the Climate Crisis Forces U.S. Residents to Relocate, a New Conversation EmergesRevista Land LinesJulho 2022By Alexandra Tempus, July 14, 2022
Over the next few decades, climate change is expected to displace hundreds of millions of people around the globe. With this seismic shift already underway in places including the United States, the growing practice of community-led relocation seeks to ce
2019 Survey on the Use of Automated Valuation Models (AVMs) in Government Assessment OfficesAn Analysis of AVM Use, Acceptance, and Barriers to More Widespread ImplementationDocumentos de TrabalhoJulho 2022Paul Bidanset and Ronald Rakow
Accurate and consistent assessments are critical components of an equitable property tax system. Automated valuation models (AVMs) are programmed statistical and mathematical models used to estimate...
Demands on the Land: To Secure a Livable Future, We Must Steward Land WiselyRevista Land LinesJulho 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?
For the Common GoodUpstream and Downstream Communities Join Forces to Protect Water SuppliesRevista Land LinesOutubro 2022By Heather Hansman, October 6, 2022
Billions of urban dwellers depend on water for hydration, sanitation, and other basic needs, but global water supplies are at risk. Water funds provide a mechanism for downstream utilities and businesses to invest in upstream watershed conservation projec