Structured methodologies for systemic change
Progress results from skillfully engaging people with diverse perspectives and interests to collaborate to effect systemic change. We do that with a case-by-case approach and proven methodologies.
Real progress on vital challenges, worldwide
Systemic change requires steady effort; a quick fix is no fix at all. Our best projects take on lives of their own, spawning robust networks, alliances, and institutions.
“A diverse, dispersed, resilient, largely renewable electricity future is the key to . . . making the world richer, fairer, cooler, and safer. I think eLab is going to speed up the transition by maybe a decade.”
Chairman and Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute