Buddhist Geeks and The Future Earth Initiative


Vincent Horn and Buddhist Geeks (starts at 4:42): On October 16th the Buddhist Geek Conference comes to boulder.  Founder Vincent Horn speaks to us about how mindfulness, compassion and contemplative practice can be integrated into the technical world. http://www.buddhistgeeks.com/conference/

futureearthheaderwegotitFuture Earth (starts at 12:58): On our second feature, CSU Professor Dennis Ojima talks to Susan Moran about the Future Earth Initiative.  A lofty project which aims to connect scientists, policy makers and the business sector to design activities to tackle global environmental change at local and regional levels.

Future Earth: http://www.futureearth.org/
Dennis Ojima: http://www.nrel.colostate.edu/ojima-lab/
Cosmic Ray Detector app: wipac.wisc.edu/learn
Geodesic Dome Workshop: http://denverearthship.com/category/events/workshops/

Hosts: Beth Bennett and Susan Moran
Producer: Kendra Krueger
Engineer: Maeve Conran
Additional contributions: Joel Parker
Executive Producers: Jane Palmer and Kendra Krueger

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