The CORE Hub team and its Advisory Council are globally regarded for research, innovation, community engagement, and design and implementation of decarbonized resilience solutions across energy, transportation, communications, food, water, healthcare, and related lifeline sectors.
More broadly, the Redwood Region is driving and leading these transitions through an internationally recognized research institution at Humboldt State University, the Schatz Energy Research Center that is focused on clean energy and equitable energy access; a sovereign Tribal Nation, the Blue Lake Rancheria that is implementing leading-edge, climate-smart infrastructure innovation projects; the Redwood Coast Energy Authority, a joint powers agency that grew from energy efficiency beginnings and has built a foundational economic engine for the region as a community choice aggregator; the Humboldt Area and Wild Rivers Foundation, a regional foundation that is focused on equity, ecology, and a just economy; and many others.
The CORE Hub is a partnership between the Foundation—its incubator sponsor—its Advisory Council, and development resources from its strategic partners. The CORE Hub team and its Advisory Council are experts in equitable civic and community capacity building, research, sustainable infrastructure, Tribal and local government operations, and decarbonized resilience strategies.
Advisory Council members are serving in an individual capacity and not representing their respective organizations unless indicated otherwise.