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Utah Cares – June 2011

KCPW, the Utah Nonprofits Association, and Utah Public Radio are partnering to spotlight the positive impacts of local nonprofit organizations. “Utah Cares”

Legislature Keeps Same Redistricting Principles

Utah lawmakers who have been appointed to re-draw the state’s legislative and congressional boundaries adopted a set of redistricting principles this morning,

Local Experts Discuss Clean Energy in Utah

How is the race for clean energy playing out in Utah? What are our assets and challenges? A panel of

Jonathan Hoekstra Speaks About “Energy By Design”

Nature Conservancy Senior Scientist Jonathan Hoekstra, lead author of The Atlas of Global Conservation, took part in the 2011 Nature of Things

Fredd Krupp Delivers Nature of Things Keynote Lecture

Fred Krupp, President of the Environmental Defense Fund, delivered the keynote lecture of the 2011 Nature of Things series on March 2

Is Democracy Possible In Egypt?

The unrest in Egypt has topped national headlines during the first weeks of 2011. During a round table Friday at the Salt

Jeff Muhs Opens 2011 Nature of Things Lecture Series

Jeff Muhs, director of Utah State University’s Energy Dynamics Laboratory opened this year’s Nature of Things Lecture Series on February 16 at

Utah Cares – February 2011

KCPW, the Utah Nonprofits Association, and Utah Public Radio are partnering to spotlight the positive impacts of local nonprofit organizations. “Utah Cares”

Dangerous Passions: Legacies of America’s Hostage Crisis with Iran

Dr. Roxane Farmanfarmaian, visiting scholar at the University of Utah's Middle East Center, presented Dangerous Passions: Legacies of America's Hostage Crisis with