Cities Social innovations that improve the health and resiliency of cities
Street Priests ministers to the homeless children of Calabar, Nigeria, to help them find a better path.
Community organizations devoted to reducing crime have shown results.
Public and private leaders should collaborate to promote health amenities in different neighborhoods—enabling prospective residents to make relocation decisions that could improve their quality of life.
In the face of Berlin’s rising rents and gentrification, tenants are asserting their rights through Kotti & Co.
The departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development turbocharged community efforts to end homelessness among veterans and provided a model for better government.
Many cities are adapting in the face of climate change.
The idea for a New York City botanical garden needed a suitable milieu to flourish.
Boston Uncornered gives gang-involved individuals a stipend and social support to attend college.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
Public sector innovators are improving government by replicating the market conditions that have fostered breakthroughs in the private sector.
To feed the world’s growing population, we must do more to promote the success of urban farms through better tracking, financial incentives, land use, and support systems.