Housing First Breaks the Homelessness-Jail Cycle

Homelessness is growing in communities across the United States as housing becomes increasingly unaffordable and public systems fail to support people who need assistance, forcing thousands to sleep outside or in shelters. More

Berkeley’s Composting System Has a Unique Community Impact

The City of Berkeley collects up to 1,800 tons of food and yard waste per month from residential and commercial sectors. The city’s approach to tackling a zero-waste initiative through its composting service has put it ahead of the race... More

Most Public Engagement is Worthless

Our thinking is a byproduct of the questions we ask. This is one of the reasons Steve Jobs was not a big fan of asking the customers what they wanted. Customers don’t know what they want, at least when it... More

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