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.”
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