Jeff Genung is the managing director for Prosocial World, a nonprofit organization that combines various sciences to create a framework for cooperation within groups and communities. The foundation of Prosocial is based on the eight core design principles developed by Nobel Prize winner Elinor Ostrom, modern evolutionary science focused on group cooperation, and contextual behavioral science that teaches psychological flexibility. Prosocial is not a course or training; instead, it’s a framework that groups and communities can adapt and embody in their own way. By following these principles, communities can avoid the “Tragedy of the Commons,” which occurs when competition for shared resources leads to their depletion. Prosocial World aims to help people rediscover and harness their innate cooperative abilities, improving communities and the world as a whole.