Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2013Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features articles on the use of payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs) in Boston, tools to help communities in the Intermountain West plan for climate change and increase community resilience, and bus rapid transit (BRT) in Latin American cities.
Informes sobre Políticas FundiáriasJaneiro 2010Rebecca Carter and Susan Culp
Planning for Climate Change in the West offers regional planners techniques for addressing climate change concerns while they focus on issues affecting regional growth. A warmer and dryer climate in...
Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2014Edited by Maureen Clarke
This issue explores the successes of three U.S. Intermountain West communities in remedying distressed land subdivisions; the distribution of residential wealth in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro, and...
Revista Land LinesOutubro 2013Edited by Maureen Clarke
This issue looks at integrated coastal zone management tactics of Barbados; state-owned lands in the U.S. Intermountain West that offer opportunities for education-related funding and renewable...
Summary Report from Focus Groups and Interviews With Local Officials in the Intermountain WestDocumentos de TrabalhoDezembro 2009David Metz and Curtis Below
Planning for climate change entails many challenges, and in the Intermountain West this may be particularly so. In early 2009, Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz...
Integrating Water Efficiency into Land Use Planning in the Interior West: A Guidebook for Local PlannersRevista Land LinesJaneiro 2019By Emma Zehner, January 9, 2019
Las Vegas residents receive $3 for every square foot of grass they replace with drought-tolerant landscaping. In Morro Bay, California, developers must retrofit existing housing stock to save twice...
Smart Growth OnlineFevereiro 15, 2010O Instituto Lincoln no Noticiário
For immediate releaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 SEATTLE (February 3, 2010) – Planners in the Intermountain West must focus on the economic savings of mitigating and adapting to climate...
Posts do BlogMarço 2011
Jim Holway Reflects on Decades of Problem-SolvingVídeos e MultimídiaOutubro 2023Season 4, Episode 6 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Jim Holway.
Jim Holway, who retired as director of the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy this summer, reflects on decades of trying to solve the puzzle of sustainable water resources in the West, and looks to what the future may hold.
Duties and Powers of State Trust Land Departments and the Effects of Appraisal Methods and PracticesDocumentos de TrabalhoMarço 2016Maren Mahoney
State trust lands, created as a public trust to be held in perpetuity, must be managed to benefit all generations, current and future. To this end, state land departments and commissioners are...