At the Joyce Foundation, we are voracious consumers of information. We collect it from grantees and forage for it among our contacts in government, advocacy, industry, business, and education.
We also help generate information. Last year, we saw the release of a landmark study that fleshed out the technical details to prevent Asian carp and other aquatic invasive species from establishing in the Great Lakes. We analyzed the results of a state-by-state effort to track the effects of redistricting on the 2012 elections, highlighting the inherent flaws in our system and the relative efficacy of the solutions at hand. And we conducted public opinion research on energy use and the benefits of job training for lower-wage workers and their employers. Read the 2012 Annual Report.
The Joyce Foundation's 2012 Annual Report
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