Terner Center, Lewis Center, cityLab at UCLA Awarded California 100 Grant to Evaluate Housing in California’s Future
Published On July 19, 2021
The Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley is pleased to collaborate with the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and cityLab, both at UCLA, on California 100, an ambitious statewide initiative to envision and shape the long-term success of the state. The Terner Center’s work will be led by our Faculty Research Advisor Dr. Carolina Reid and will begin this summer. The project will explore the key trends and factors influencing housing and community development in California.
The UCLA/Berkeley research team will solicit input from stakeholders to develop scenarios for the future of housing in the state, as well as to identify the policies that will be needed to create more equitable and climate resilient communities going forward.
The research component of the California 100 initiative is directed by Henry Brady, director of research of the California 100 Initiative and former Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley.
“We are excited to work with our research partners that are international experts in their issue areas,” Brady noted. “We will not only develop a comprehensive knowledge base on various policy issues, but we will also offer actionable recommendations for the California 100 Commission and the larger public to consider.” More information about California 100 is available here.