Jeff Dondero has diverse experience in writing, ranging from web content, B2B, books, hard news, and interviews to feature writing. He began his career as stringer and freelancer for the San Francisco Examiner, worked as a reporter and editor for several suburban newspapers, was the entertainment editor for The Marin Independent Journal, a writer and editor for various magazines, and wrote for KTVU-TV in the San Francisco Bay Area. He toiled in a trade magazine mill, and created a website dedicated to sustainable construction industries (http://www.greenbuildingdigest.net). He was invited as a writer-in-residence at the art colony in Rancho Vista, Arizona, in 2014, where he wrote a slim volume of poetry and researched book ideas. He continues to expand his national readership with books, social media, his own blogs and website. He is the author of The Energy Wise Home and The Energy Wise Workplace, as well as Throwaway Nation.
Dondero's Supercities is an in-depth look at an engineering concept that draws ever closer to being fulfilled by humanity's great leaps in technological prowess and its simple need for healthy spaces to thrive in. Supercities will be a foundational text for lay readers interested in acquiring a solid overall view of where urban life may soon thrive.--Patrick Totty, Owner, Larkspirit Editorial Services This book is a non-technical yet provocative exploration of possibilities for future cities using resources more creatively and efficiently.--Robin King, Director, Knowledge Capture and Collaboration, World Resources Institute Ross Center for Sustainable Cities