Political Will vs Political Won’t Back in 2002, many residents and policy makers in Austin Texas read the book The Rise of the Creative Class by Richard Florida.
Innovators of neighborhood economics were the lead-in of this year’s social capital (SOCAP) conference. SOCAP is the world’s largest conversation accelerating the alignment of money and
Impact Investing Looks Local The case for community capital (CoCap) is so plain, even Stevie Wonder can see it. Show of hands: how many
Creating an Awe-Full Community I recently returned from a 5-day 2200-mile road trip through Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and New Mexico. In those 5 days I
The Community Stakeholder is key to a thriving community. The model of sustainable community development is changing from one of shareholders (generally driven by monetary