Revista Land LinesJulho 2022By Sivan Kartha, July 27, 2022
From sequestering carbon to providing homes for displaced people, from producing food to siting renewable energy, land is an essential component of many climate solutions. How can we prioritize the demands we place on this finite resource?
Revista Land LinesJulho 2022By Anthony Flint, July 25, 2022
Leaders in the city of Burlington, Vermont, are promising to eliminate net fossil fuel use by 2030. Mayor Miro Weinberger discusses the city’s ambitious plans, the critical role of utilities, and the ways local leaders can take meaningful climate action.
Lessons from Kenya, Romania, and Vermont, U.S.A.Documentos de TrabalhoJunho 2022Zachary Wurtzebach
Ecological connectivity—the unimpeded movement of species and the flow of natural processes that sustain life on earth—is fundamental for biodiversity conservation in the 21st century. In...
The Effects of Payments for Environmental Services on Peri-Urban Land Change in Mexico City's Conservation ZoneDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2022Julia C. Bausch, Elizabeth Tellman, Alison Acosta-Oakes, Amy Lerner, Enrique Castelán-Crespo, and Bertha Hernández-Aguilar
In many cities of the developing world, informal settlements are a key place for people with low incomes to access housing. Informal urbanization drives land-use change at the urban periphery:...
How Land Trusts and Conservancies Are Providing Solutions to Climate ChangeInformes sobre Políticas FundiáriasFevereiro 2022James N. Levitt and Chandni Navalkha
As communities worldwide make protecting the climate a priority, land trusts and conservancies of all sizes and capacities are seeking greater clarity in how to address climate change through...
Vídeos e MultimídiaJulho 2022
"Life of an Idea: The Story of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy" explores the groundbreaking solutions that the Lincoln Institute advanced in its first 75 years and looks toward the decades to come.
Vídeos e MultimídiaFevereiro 2022Season 3, Episode 1 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Kara Swisher.
The big technology companies could do big things to address climate change, says Silicon Valley chronicler Kara Swisher, host of the Sway podcast at the New York Times. Inventions await in...
Vídeos e MultimídiaDezembro 2021Season 2, Episode 10 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Elizabeth Kolbert.
The cane toad, introduced in Australia in the 1930s to control pests, quickly became a major problem itself – one of many examples of human interventions in natural systems that scientists...
Revista Land LinesMaio 2022By Lincoln Institute Staff, May 2, 2022
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy will facilitate discussions about business site selection, preparing for an uncertain future, and racial equity at the American Planning Association’s National...
Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2022Edited by Katharine Wroth
This special land conservation issue explores the rise of civic conservation in China, the critical role land can play in addressing the climate crisis, the growth of solar energy systems on U.S....