Loebs in July Land Lines

Loebs in July Land Lines

The Lincoln Institute’s July 2014 issue of the quarterly journal Land Lines is rich with insights from Loeb Fellows. In “Putting People First: 10 Steps Toward Pedestrian-Friendly Suburbs,” Lynn Richards (LF ’13) provides a guideline for rethinking and recrafting American suburbs to make them better places to live, work and play–not just sleep.

Anthony Flint (LF ’01), a fellow and director of public affairs at the Lincoln Institute, reports on “The 2014 Journalists Forum: Land and the Built Environment,” the seventh annual dialogue about infrastructure and how to best meet the needs of 21st century urban environments.

Earlier we noted Helen Lochhead’s (Lincoln/Loeb Fellow '14) thoughtful analysis of the innovative structure of the Rebuild by Design competition and the strategies generated by the winners and also-rans. Read about it in “Winning Strategies for Climate Resilience.”

Or download the entire current Land Lines issue.

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