In December, a coalition of environmental groups sued Kennecott Utah Copper for alleged violations of the Clean Air Act. The environmental groups claim Kennecott exceeds the dust limits allowed by their state-issued permits. Last month, Dr. Brian Moench of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment joined us to discuss the allegations and the health consequences of poor air quality. Tuesday, Kennecott Utah Copper responds.
- Cassady Kristensen, Environmental Engineer, Kennecott Utah Copper
- Justin Jones, Kennecott Utah Copper spokesman
- Kyle Bennett, Kennecott Utah Copper spokesman
Majka Burhardt has spent her life seeking adventure. Now she’s turning her experiences climbing up crumbling sandstone spires and navigating through snake-infested grasslands into lessons for improving cultural connections and communication.
- Majka Burhardt, author of “Vertical Ethiopia” and “Coffee Story: Ethiopia”
Burhardt presents the lecture “Leadership When It Matters: What Climbing in the Wild Can Teach Us About Teams, Collaboration and True Grit” tonight, Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall, Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory, Westminster College, 1840 S. 1300 E., Salt Lake City. More information at www.westminstercollege.edu/culturalevents. Sponsored by The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy.
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