Nuestra revista trimestral gratuita hace uso de las investigaciones apoyadas por el Instituto Lincoln para explorar soluciones basadas en el suelo de problemas sociales, económicos y ambientales. Al conectar los puntos entre los principales desafíos globales y nuestra experiencia, Land Lines demuestra la relevancia de las políticas de suelo.
Land Lines, October 2016
In this special edition for Habitat III we map the future—with content on the New Urban Agenda; the 2016 Atlas of Urban Expansion, sponsored by UN-Habitat, New York University, and the Lincoln Institute; the Chesapeake Conservancy’s groundbreaking high-resolution land cover GIS; and the need for a U.S. infrastructure upgrade: a WPA 2.0.
Land Lines, July 2016
In this issue, we feature articles on managed retreat, gentle infill, verifying green bonds, and subsidized Uber in the suburbs, as well as a policy brief on nonprofit PILOTs (payments in lieu of taxes).
Land Lines, April 2016
In this issue, we feature articles on alternatives to a bill that would kill the school property tax in Pennsylvania, exploratory scenario planning, post-disaster recovery planning, CoUrbanize’s online community planning forum, and more.
Land Lines, Winter 2016
In this issue, we debut our logo redesign and preview two important new books by Lincoln Institute program directors: A Good Tax: Legal and Policy Issues for the Property Tax in the United States, by Joan Youngman, and Nature and Cities: The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning, edited by Armando Carbonell along with Frederick R. Steiner and George F. Thompson.