New Book on Megaregions Provides a Framework for Large-Scale Public InvestmentRevista Land LinesMarço 2022By Will Jason, March 17, 2022
Megaregions and America’s Future explains the concept of megaregions, provides updated economic, demographic, and environmental data, draws lessons from Europe and Asia, and shows how megaregions are an essential framework for governing the world’s larges
2021–2022 Programa de becas para el máster UNED-Instituto LincolnOportunidades de Bolsas para Estudantes GraduadosNovembro 2021
Investing in Appalachia: How Collaboration and Capital Are Building a More Resilient RegionRevista Land LinesAbril 2022By Alena Klimas, April 12, 2022
In a chronically underinvested area of the United States, a new collaborative effort is generating support for local food systems, downtown revitalization, and other projects.
Scenario Planning in Small and Mid-Size Legacy CitiesFramework and Tool Adaptations in Youngstown, OhioDocumentos de TrabalhoAgosto 2021Thomas 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...
Climate Change Adaptation and Property ValuesA Survey of the LiteratureDocumentos de TrabalhoAgosto 2021Katherine A. Kiel
This paper surveys the current literature of the impact of climate change adaptation on residential property values. Several categories of adaptation are considered including ecosystem management,...
New Book “Infrastructure Economics and Policy” Offers an Essential Guide to Smart Public InvestmentRevista Land LinesDezembro 2021By Lincoln Institute Staff, December 15, 2021
s governments consider major infrastructure proposals, the Lincoln Institute has published a new book that will help policy makers achieve a greater return on public investments.
Research on the Intersection of Land-based Approaches to Climate Change Adaptation with Property Values and Municipal FinanceRequest for ProposalsSolicitação de PropostasAgosto 2021
Mayor’s Desk: In Bogotá, a New Era for SustainabilityRevista Land LinesDezembro 2021By Anthony Flint, December 15, 2021
Claudia López, mayor of Bogotá, talks with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about how the Colombian capital is confronting climate change and creating economic opportunity by using value capture and other tools. Their discussion is part of a special series pro
Planning with ForesightRevista Land LinesNovembro 2021By Petra Hurtado, November 15, 2021.
Foresight is a planning approach that aims at making sense of the future, understanding drivers of change that are outside of one’s control, and preparing for what may lead to success or failure. The Lincoln Institute partnered with the American Planning
President’s MessageWe Need to Get Infrastructure Right. The Stakes Couldn't Be Higher.Revista Land LinesOutubro 2021By George W. McCarthy, October 11, 2021
In an essay adapted from the forthcoming Lincoln Institute book Infrastructure Economics and Policy: International Perspectives, President George “Mac” McCarthy reflects on the critical connections among urbanization, sustainability, and infrastructure.