Land Lines, March 1996Revista Land LinesMarço 1996Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at urban revitalization and renewal efforts of smaller U.S. cities; cityscapes and the politics of urban development; and past experiences and future goals of land use in America.
Faculty ProfilePeter PollockRevista Land LinesAbril 2007
Peter Pollock, FAICP, is the Ronald Smith Fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Since July 2006 he has been working with the Department of Planning and Urban Form to manage the Institute's...
Land Lines, April 2007Revista Land LinesAbril 2007Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the ubiquity of slums and informal land markets in developing nations across Latin America, Asia, and Africa; the need for a well-functioning property tax system in the Anglophone...
Podcast: Bruce Babbitt on the Climate CrisisVídeos e MultimídiaNovembro 2021Episode 8 in Season 2 of the Land Matters Podcast with Anthony Flint and Bruce Babbitt.
As world leaders descend on Glasgow, Scotland, for the COP26 climate summit, the critical role of land and water isn’t getting enough attention, says former Arizona Governor and Interior...
Climate change and the WestPosts do BlogFevereiro 2010
Land Lines, January 2002Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2002Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue explores land use planning and growth management strategies of the American West; recommendations for effective property tax systems in Latin America; and Latin America’s...
Faculty ProfileSummer WatersRevista Land LinesFevereiro 2015
Shaping the Future of the American West Summer Waters is the third director of Western Lands and Communities—a joint program established in 2003 by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the...
Summer Waters to Lead Western Lands & Communities, Joint Program with Sonoran IntstituteComunicados de ImprensaAgosto 12, 2014
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 firstname.lastname@example.org Ian Wilson 520-290-0828, x.1106/ email@example.com PHOENIX (August 13, 2013) —The Sonoran Institute...
Base de datos de lugaresCambio porcentual en la población de la cuenca del río Colorado, 2000 a 2016Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2019Por Jenna DeAngelo
La cuenca del río Colorado incluye a cuatro de los estados con mayor crecimiento del país: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada y Utah. Los siete estados de la cuenca proyectan fuertes crecimientos en su...
Place DatabasePercent Change in Population Colorado River Basin, 2000–2016Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2019By Jenna DeAngelo, January 10, 2019
The Colorado River Basin includes four of the eight fastest-growing states in the nation: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, and Utah. All seven of the basin states project strong population growth over the...