Written by Ari Roth | October 10, 2016

Today you had the chance to hear Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Top Chef Tom Colicchio, climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and conflict journalist Robert Young Pelton.

You also heard about new technologies to fight systemic corruption and conserve wildlife, including a virtual trip to Valen’s Reef.

We celebrated Indigenous People’s Day by hearing from activists at the front lines of Standing Rock in Indigenous Storytelling for the 21st Century, and heard Thunder Valley Regenerative Community’s master plan for a net positive reservation in Place by Design. #NoDAPL

Lastly we took a look at the future of social impact, designing for equity in the Rio Grande Valley, and the link between climate change and child marriage.

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Daytime Short Films
Place by Design
Startup Showcase

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