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  1. Ciudades esponja y el hábitat del panda

    La incursión de The Nature Conservancy en China
    Revista Land Lines
    Outubro 2017

    The Nature Conservancy China se asocia a PKU–Lincoln Center en dos importantes iniciativas ecológicas terrestres: el proyecto de ciudad esponja en Shenzhen, que mitigará las...

  2. Is Infrastructure Finance Such a Big Headache?

    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2022
    By José Gómez-Ibáñez, Zhi Liu, June 29, 2022

    Building and maintaining infrastructure is notoriously expensive, and governments often struggle to cover those costs. But emerging, innovative approaches to financing can help, explain the editors of the Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics a

  3. New Research to Explore Scenario Planning and Changing Food Systems 

    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, July 6, 2022

    The Consortium for Scenario Planning, a program of the Lincoln Institute, has commissioned six research projects that will apply scenario planning to changing food systems around the world, from Wisconsin to the West Bank.

  4. How Infrastructure Shapes Cities

    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2022
    By José Gómez-Ibáñez, Zhi Liu, July 28, 2022

    Decisions about infrastructure investments often have strong and long-lasting implications for the built environment. This relationship is the subject of two chapters in Infrastructure Economics and Policy: International Comparisons, a recently published

  5. As Boston Builds Climate Infrastructure, Developers Are Helping to Pay for It

    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2022
    By Anthony Flint, June 16, 2022

    With 47 miles of coastline vulnerable to the rising seas that come with climate change, Boston is considering a range of innovative techniques to build resilience against the inevitable impacts of climate change. But one of the most groundbreaking feature

  6. Who Should Provide Infrastructure? On Regulation, Privatization, and State-Owned Enterprises

    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2022
    By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, June 30, 2022

    How best to protect consumers from the lack of competition in the infrastructure market has been a topic of intense debate in infrastructure circles, explain the editors of the recently published Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics and Policy

  7. Un capítulo nuevo

    Las ciudades construyen sobre las bibliotecas para hacer frente a la falta de viviendas
    Revista Land Lines
    Novembro 2019
    Por Kathleen McCormick

    Las bibliotecas públicas se resisten a los pronósticos de que morirían en la era digital y encuentran una nueva vida como centros comunitarios de usos múltiples. Ahora,...

  8. Scenario Planning in Small and Mid-Size Legacy Cities

    Framework and Tool Adaptations in Youngstown, Ohio
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Agosto 2021
    Thomas Hilde and Hunter Morrison

    This paper examines how scenario planning frameworks and tools—largely designed for contexts of regional growth—can be adapted for land use and development planning in small and mid-size...

  9. How Should the Infrastructure Sector Cope with Radical Uncertainties?

    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2022
    By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, June 6, 2022.

    How are radical uncertainties like climate change, automation, the sharing economy, and the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the performance of infrastructure, and how will they shape infrastructure in the future? We share insights from the recent Lincoln Inst

  10. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Launches Campaign to Promote Municipal Fiscal Health

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Agosto 24, 2015

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.eduWill Jason 617-503-2254 ext. 254 wjason@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (August 24, 2015) – The Lincoln...

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