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An ode to all the things we left behind when the internet subsumed our lives. Part nostalgia tour (goodbye Rolodex and actual surprises at high school reunions) and part conversation about the profound changes to our culture (RIP, privacy and memory). WATCH NOW
The salmon runs of the Columbia River Basin are sliding toward extinction. At the heart of this conversation: an extinction crisis and our imperative to honor our commitments to Northwest Tribes. Thank you to our session sponsor Alaska Airlines and our programming partner, National Wildlife Federation. To learn more, visit Our Northwest Opportunity and Spirit of the Waters Journey. WATCH NOW
The food we eat and how it arrived on our plate are the center of a voracious debate about our health and the sustainability of our environment. The assumption is local, organic, farm-to-table food is our best course. But what if the data tells us global food markets and industrial farming actually do a better job setting the table? WATCH NOW
If the human experience has been a 10,000-year experiment in denying nature, then we now face the challenge of engineering our way out of the havoc we've wreaked upon our environment. From carbon capture to super coral to tiny diamonds shot into the stratosphere, our best hope for survival may be the same interventionist thinking that originally got us into this mess. WATCH NOW
A new age of space exploration is upon us. The race is on — with billionaires leading the way. But China and Russia are not far behind. New technologies, geopolitical maneuvering and entrepreneurial ambitions make this very different from the space race of the 1960s. WATCH NOW
The “Great Resignation” signaled to many that workers have reached the end of their patience. Low-pay jobs, hollowed-out benefits and, for many, work that comes with brutal moral and physical concessions. We call their work “essential,” and they carry the burden of inequality for the more privileged among us. WATCH NOW
The man who was among the earliest to warn of global warming, an iconic environmentalist, now tells us we have a small window of time remaining, not just to save ourselves from the impacts of climate change, but to rescue humanity itself. The question: Will we take action before it's too late? WATCH NOW
Thank you to our session sponsor, Beneficial State Bank.
A special co-curated session in partnership with UBS Financial. WATCH NOW