We build policies that deliver spectacular improvements
in the speed and scale of conservation
November 5. We published in Science ideas for how the next administration can improve endangered species decisions.
October 26. We're speaking on a panel about species conservation opportunities at the nexus of electricity generation, highway construction and maintenance, and pesticide use.
October 16. We published an analysis of public comments submitted to the EPA related to the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions using natural language processing tools.
October 6. We published a policy brief describing a visualization tool to assess opportunities for water utility consolidation at the state level.
September 17. We launched the Water Data Prize, a design challenge to invite collaborative teams to reimagine water quality reports and increase consumer trust.
See an archive of earlier news items here.
LEADING WITH HEAD AND HEART
An effective organization revolves around values that define its character and culture. These are ours.
Speed. When the planet's on fire, rapid innovation is better than slow and steady.
Pragmatism. We focus on ambitious but achievable solutions and believe that compromise and progress is more effective than purity and stasis.
Wall-less. Innovation happens more in places without hierarchies and where every person and every idea gets respect. We do that.
Honesty. We will acknowledge our efforts that work and those that do not, and we will not withhold innovation for political reasons.
Empathy. People who live in the landscape where conservation occurs need to be listened to and respected as residents. Their ideas and values have often gotten too little respect.
Prosperity. We are committed to environmental progress and to prosperity for people because the most enduring and exceptional outcomes require both.