These leading centers and institutes are leading California 100’s scenario work
California 100 is sponsoring grants for data-driven and future-oriented research focused on understanding today and planning for tomorrow. This research, in 15 core policy areas, will form the foundation for the initiative’s work. Research will consider how California has gotten to where it is, and will provide scenarios and policy alternatives for what California can become. The work will be led by research institutions across the state with deep subject-matter expertise in government, strong stakeholder relationships, applied knowledge, and imaginative solutions. It is being incubated at the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy and is partnering with 20 research centers and institutes across California.