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#74 – Charlie Sturdavant, Founder, Golden City Brewery and Sherpa Brewery

63 MINJAN 15
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#74 – Charlie Sturdavant, Founder, Golden City Brewery and Sherpa Brewery

#73 – Barb Warden -Goldentoday.com

Topic – Funiculars of Golden

51 MIN2019 DEC 11
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#73 – Barb Warden -Goldentoday.com

#72 Bob Raynolds – Denver Museum of Nature and Science

November 12, 2019Bob Raynolds, PhDTopic – Australopithecines to the Anthropocene: A Geologist’s View of Where We Came from and Where We Are Going

73 MIN2019 NOV 13
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#72 Bob Raynolds – Denver Museum of Nature and Science

#69 Woody Tesch – Slow Money

Topic – SLOW MONEY: The Front Range and Beyond

43 MIN2019 AUG 14
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#69 Woody Tesch – Slow Money

#66 – Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza, Ocean First Institute

63 MIN2019 MAY 15
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#66 – Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza, Ocean First Institute

#65 Christina Burri – Denver Water

Topic – Healthy Forests, Healthy Watersheds

69 MIN2019 APR 10
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#65 Christina Burri – Denver Water

#64 Dr. Lisa S. Gardiner

Topic – What Other Assorted Disasters Can Teach Us About Climate Change In this talk, Dr. Gardiner shares stories from her book, Tales from an Uncertain World: What Other Assorted Disasters Can Teach Us About Climate Change, illustrating how we can play to our strengths and avoid our blind spots to be more resilient in our changing world. To understand why people are hesitant to take action to tackle the climate change catastrophe, Gardiner investigated how people act during other disasters like floods, fires, invasive species, pollution and earthquakes. Through her explorations she learned that, no matter the type of catastrophe, it is our values, emotions and the way we see risk and uncertainty that determines the actions we take to be resilient.

63 MIN2019 MAR 13
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#64 Dr. Lisa S. Gardiner

#63 Claire Zilber, MD

Topic – Immune Responses to Stress and Loss Claire Zilber, MD, will discuss the physiological effects of acute and chronic stress, including caregiver stress and grief, on immune functioning. She will review ways to protect against the health effects of stress so that caregivers and people in mourning can remain more physically and emotionally resilient. Copies of the book Living In Limbo: Creating Structure and Peace When Someone You Love Is Ill will be available for purchase at the talk.

54 MIN2019 FEB 13
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#63 Claire Zilber, MD

#62 Dr. Tom Casadevall – U.S. Geological Survey

Topic – Preserving and Promoting America’s Geoheritage Sites of geological significance in the United States are protected at a variety of federal agencies, including the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Forest Service–as well as tribal, state and local entities. In 2016, U.S. National Academy of Sciences’ National Committee on Geological Sciences established the U.S. Geoheritage and Geoparks Advisory Group to facilitate communication about geoheritage issues at local, national and international levels. The advisory group’s principal aims are to expand the recognition and understanding of geoheritage domestically, and to provide information and advice to local communities as they pursue development of geoheritage areas and geopark-like entities through currently available designations. Through these efforts, as well as national and international presentations, the advisory group works to raise awareness about geoheritage and promote policies to ens...

76 MIN2019 JAN 9
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#62 Dr. Tom Casadevall – U.S. Geological Survey

#61 Jeff Roberts – Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition

Topic – Your Right to Know You may have heard about a time when hundreds of journalists roamed the Denver metro area, keeping an eye on government — among other things — so that people could stay informed about important stuff, like how their tax dollars are spent. Newspaper journalists have become an endangered species in our state, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find out what’s going on in your community if something isn’t covered in the media. The Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan alliance of news organizations, groups and individuals that promotes freedom of the press, open courts and open access to government records and meetings. A big part of CFOIC’s mission is to help journalists and the public understand and use their rights of access to the records and proceedings of state and local government and the judiciary.

75 MIN2018 DEC 12
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#61 Jeff Roberts – Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition

Latest Episodes

#74 – Charlie Sturdavant, Founder, Golden City Brewery and Sherpa Brewery

63 MINJAN 15
Comments
#74 – Charlie Sturdavant, Founder, Golden City Brewery and Sherpa Brewery

#73 – Barb Warden -Goldentoday.com

Topic – Funiculars of Golden

51 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
#73 – Barb Warden -Goldentoday.com

#72 Bob Raynolds – Denver Museum of Nature and Science

November 12, 2019Bob Raynolds, PhDTopic – Australopithecines to the Anthropocene: A Geologist’s View of Where We Came from and Where We Are Going

73 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
#72 Bob Raynolds – Denver Museum of Nature and Science

#69 Woody Tesch – Slow Money

Topic – SLOW MONEY: The Front Range and Beyond

43 MIN2019 AUG 14
Comments
#69 Woody Tesch – Slow Money

#66 – Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza, Ocean First Institute

63 MIN2019 MAY 15
Comments
#66 – Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza, Ocean First Institute

#65 Christina Burri – Denver Water

Topic – Healthy Forests, Healthy Watersheds

69 MIN2019 APR 10
Comments
#65 Christina Burri – Denver Water

#64 Dr. Lisa S. Gardiner

Topic – What Other Assorted Disasters Can Teach Us About Climate Change In this talk, Dr. Gardiner shares stories from her book, Tales from an Uncertain World: What Other Assorted Disasters Can Teach Us About Climate Change, illustrating how we can play to our strengths and avoid our blind spots to be more resilient in our changing world. To understand why people are hesitant to take action to tackle the climate change catastrophe, Gardiner investigated how people act during other disasters like floods, fires, invasive species, pollution and earthquakes. Through her explorations she learned that, no matter the type of catastrophe, it is our values, emotions and the way we see risk and uncertainty that determines the actions we take to be resilient.

63 MIN2019 MAR 13
Comments
#64 Dr. Lisa S. Gardiner

#63 Claire Zilber, MD

Topic – Immune Responses to Stress and Loss Claire Zilber, MD, will discuss the physiological effects of acute and chronic stress, including caregiver stress and grief, on immune functioning. She will review ways to protect against the health effects of stress so that caregivers and people in mourning can remain more physically and emotionally resilient. Copies of the book Living In Limbo: Creating Structure and Peace When Someone You Love Is Ill will be available for purchase at the talk.

54 MIN2019 FEB 13
Comments
#63 Claire Zilber, MD

#62 Dr. Tom Casadevall – U.S. Geological Survey

Topic – Preserving and Promoting America’s Geoheritage Sites of geological significance in the United States are protected at a variety of federal agencies, including the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Forest Service–as well as tribal, state and local entities. In 2016, U.S. National Academy of Sciences’ National Committee on Geological Sciences established the U.S. Geoheritage and Geoparks Advisory Group to facilitate communication about geoheritage issues at local, national and international levels. The advisory group’s principal aims are to expand the recognition and understanding of geoheritage domestically, and to provide information and advice to local communities as they pursue development of geoheritage areas and geopark-like entities through currently available designations. Through these efforts, as well as national and international presentations, the advisory group works to raise awareness about geoheritage and promote policies to ens...

76 MIN2019 JAN 9
Comments
#62 Dr. Tom Casadevall – U.S. Geological Survey

#61 Jeff Roberts – Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition

Topic – Your Right to Know You may have heard about a time when hundreds of journalists roamed the Denver metro area, keeping an eye on government — among other things — so that people could stay informed about important stuff, like how their tax dollars are spent. Newspaper journalists have become an endangered species in our state, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find out what’s going on in your community if something isn’t covered in the media. The Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan alliance of news organizations, groups and individuals that promotes freedom of the press, open courts and open access to government records and meetings. A big part of CFOIC’s mission is to help journalists and the public understand and use their rights of access to the records and proceedings of state and local government and the judiciary.

75 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
#61 Jeff Roberts – Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition

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