While it is common talk about the local and the global, most of us actually live our lives regionally. Every day, we interact with and participate in systems that defy conventional political, socioeconomic, and cultural boundaries. We commute across city or county lines, receive water and power from distant generation sites, enjoy art and performances that reflect area landscapes and cultures, and move from place to place seeking work, education, and opportunity. Center for Regional Change research explores these regional dynamics in an informed, participatory, and socially responsible way. Our goal is to help changemakers make sense of the complex social, cultural, political, and economic forces that shape regions, and invest in a healthy, prosperous, sustainable, and equitable future.