Publico abaixo boletim do Instituto Lincoln de política territorial, que desenvolve e financia diversas ações de pesquisa na América Latina.
The July 2011 issue of the Land Lines quarterly magazine (vol 23, no 3) is now posted on our Web site here.
Feature articles examine these land use and tax policy topics:
Urban Development and Climate Change in China’s Pearl River Delta
Canfei He with Lei Yang
Climate change represents a significant challenge to the continued development of the Pearl River Delta, given its coastal geography, population density, and intense economic development and infrastructure.
Scaling Up Conservation for Large Landscapes
With many funders and public partners seeking to focus on collaborative, landscape-scale conservation efforts, the land trust community has an excellent opportunity to leverage its good work by engaging in more partnerships.
Recent Experience with Land Value Capture in São Paulo, Brazil
Paulo Henrique Sandroni
The application of the principle of the social function of property, embedded in the 2002 Strategic Master Plan for São Paulo, enabled the enactment of municipal legislation that clearly separates the right of ownership from the right to build.
Cities and Infrastructure: A Rough Road Ahead
Gregory K. Ingram and Anthony Flint
As both the national economy and local government revenues recover, a key priority will be to balance expenditures between current services and longer-term investments in infrastructure.
This issue also presents these reports, profiles, and announcements:
Report from the President: Land Value Capture—Practice and Prospects
Faculty Profile: Sally Powers
New Policy Focus Report: Regularization of Informal Settlements in Latin America
Recent Working Papers and eBooks
What’s New on the Web: Significant Features of the Property Tax
— ANN LeROYER
Senior Editor and Director of Publications
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