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  1. La naturaleza y las ciudades

    El imperativo ecológico en el diseño y la planificación urbana
    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2016
    Por George F. Thompson, Frederick R. Steiner, and Armando Carbonell

    Este artículo es una adaptación de la introducción a Nature and Cities: The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning (La naturaleza y las ciudades: El imperativo ecol...

  2. Modeling Future Residential Outdoor Water Demand in the U.S. West

    Revista Land Lines
    Janeiro 2022
    By Gretel Follingstad and Austin Troy, January 27, 2022

    Research supported by the Babbitt Center applies an innovative methodology to water demand forecasting in Aurora, Colorado, that provides key insights into the relationships between development decisions, water needs, and growth and can be applied across

  3. Report on State Trust Lands in the West Updated

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Julho 21, 2015

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (July 22, 2015) – A comprehensive report on the management of state trust lands in the West has...

  4. Strategy Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Reduction Funding

    Setembro 2023

    Communities, investors, and policymakers can and should build on private capital alongside the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund’s initial public investment.

  5. “Mayor’s Desk” Book Highlights Crucial Work of Local Government Leaders

    Revista Land Lines
    Novembro 2023
    By Kristina McGeehan, November 7, 2023

    20 innovative leaders from five continents share their struggles and successes, along with strategies for making cities more equitable, sustainable, and healthy places to live and work.

  6. Water in the West

    Finding (and Funding) Stormwater Capture Solutions
    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2020
    By Meg Wilcox, June 30, 2020

    With development and climate change placing pressures on regional water sources in the U.S. West, major cities including Tucson and Los Angeles are seeking to bolster local water supplies. Their...

  7. The Hardest-Working River in the West

    A StoryMap Exploring the Colorado River Through Data
    Vizualização de Dados
    Maio 2020

    Although not the largest or longest river in the World, the Colorado River is known for its many legacies. The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy developed a StoryMap about the Colorado River,...

  8. What Will Make Home Buyers Consider Climate Risk? What Happens Once They Do?

    Revista Land Lines
    Novembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, November 17, 2023

    Where the planet is sending us flashing red “stop” signals, homebuyers and developers seem to see green lights. Why? And what will it take to change that?

  9. The Influence of Local Fiscal Structure and Growth Control Choices on “Big Box” Urban Sprawl in the American West

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2002
    Robert W. Wassmer

    Is the amount of total retail sales and two forms of “big box” retail (auto and home improvement) sales that occur outside of a western United States metropolitan area’s central...

  10. Water Rights and Markets in the U.S. Semiarid West

    Efficiency and Equity Issues
    Artigos de Conferências
    Novembro 2011
    Gary D. Libecap

    In this paper, Gary D. Libecap explores water in the semiarid western United States-a region in which many of the intensifying demand and supply problems regarding fresh water are playing out-as a...


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