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Past Event: Building Stronger Homelessness Systems: Strategies for Effective Coordination

The Terner Center for Housing Innovation and Homebase hosted a webinar looking at the importance of strong coordination within local homelessness systems. The webinar focused on practical strategies to build and strengthen…

James R. Boyce Affordable Housing Studio Symposium 2024

On Thursday, May 2nd, join for a discussion and presentation on the challenges and opportunities of developing mixed-income and mixed-use transit-oriented communities. This full-day symposium at UC Berkeley’s Bauer Wurster Hall Gallery…
Photo of housing developments with text: James R. Boyce Affordable Housing Studio

Past Event: What’s at stake for housing in the 2024 elections?

On Monday, April 15, the Terner Center & Labs hosted a reception and panel discussion focused on what’s at stake for housing in the 2024 election in California and nationally. The panel…

Housing Technology Series Event 3: Equitable Homeownership Innovations

The third symposium in the Housing Technology series hosted by Terner Labs and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This virtual event will investigate the appropriate role of technology in…
Text: Equitable Homeownership Innovations. Logos of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Terner Center. Background image of aerial view of neighborhood with trees

Past Webinar: Climate, Housing, and Transportation in California

Land use policy reform to allow infill and denser housing is increasingly recognized as a key strategy for decreasing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation in California. However, despite more than…

Past Event: Housing and Homelessness in California

Across the United States, homelessness is on the rise. In California, there are over 181,000 people without a stable place to call home—about 30 percent of the nation’s homeless population. During the…