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  1. Feed the Farm, Not the Algae

    Revista Land Lines
    Novembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, November 1, 2023

    Farmers use nitrogen-based fertilizer to increase yields and feed the growing world population, but the practice contributes to climate change, pollution, and toxic algal blooms.

  2. Desafíos con las redes

    Cómo las batallas de uso del suelo dificultan la transición hacia la energía limpian
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023

    La energía renovable está en posición de cumplir una función central en la mitigación del cambio climático y de transformar la forma en la que obtenemos la...

  3. En busca de puntos en común

    Grupos de conservación y defensores de la vivienda asequible exploran nuevas opciones de colaboración
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023
    Por Audrea Lim

    Debido a que enfrentamos crisis interconectadas relacionadas con la equidad, la capacidad de pago y el clima, algunos fideicomisos de conservación del suelo y fideicomisos de suelo...

  4. Assessing Land for Climate Resilience

    A guide to The Nature Conservancy’s resilient and connected network
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Outubro 2023
    Mark Anderson

    Across the planet, climate change is exacerbating already-critical biodiversity loss that is degrading landscape connectivity, habitats, and livability across species. Motivated by the urgency of...

  5. Políticas de Suelo y Acción Climática en Ciudades Latinoamericanas

    Cursos
    Novembro 7, 2022
    Profesores: Alejandro Jiménez, Cintia Fernandes, Daniel Kozak, Giovanni Pérez, Jeffrey Allenby, Jorgelina Hardoy, Libertad Figuereo, Luis Quintanilla, Marielos Marín, Melinda Maldonado, Patrick Welch, Pedro Abramo

    La urbanización y las actividades humanas de las ciudades producen gases de efecto invernadero con impacto en la temperatura ambiente, las precipitaciones y la capa de hielo, lo que genera islas de...

  6. John Farner Named Executive Director of the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy

    Revista Land Lines
    Outubro 2023
    By Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, October 4, 2023

    New leadership for a new era, as the Babbitt Center expands its work to support water-resilient communities

  7. Nature’s Toolbox: Fungi, Marshes, and Other Unsung Climate Heroes

    Revista Land Lines
    Setembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 19, 2023

    Trees are often touted as carbon-storage superheroes, but researchers have begun to document the role of other natural carbon sinks, from coastal salt marshes to microscopic fungi to elephants and other animal species.

  8. Building a Landscape Conservation Approach

    The potential for Regional Conservation and Climate Partnerships in Canada
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Agosto 2023
    Sarah Winterton

    This working paper reviews the growth of Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCPs) in the United States and the outcomes being achieved by those operating in Canada to determine whether and how these...

  9. Fellows in Focus: Rethinking Stormwater Management in the West

    Revista Land Lines
    Setembro 2023
    By Jon Gorey, September 13, 2023

    The Lincoln Institute provides a variety of early- and mid-career fellowship opportunities for researchers. In this series, we follow up with our fellows to learn more about their work.

  10. Developing a Quantitative Spatial Economic Model to Evaluate Urban Water Conservation Policies in Denver

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Abril 2023
    Juan Carlos G. Lopez

    This paper develops a quantitative spatial model for the city of Denver to consider policy proposals to reduce urban water demand using data on land use and water demand by households and business...

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