For this month's Environmental Outlook: Surveys suggest public attitudes about climate change are often disconnected from education levels and scientific research. Please join us to talk about why we believe what we do on climate change and how money is shaping public opinion.
The recent shooting death of Harambe the gorilla has reignited debate over the role of zoos when it comes to conservation, education, and entertainment. A conversation about the value of modern-day zoos, and how they could look different in the future.
British voters go to the polls on Thursday to decide whether or not to stay in the European Union: Join us to discuss what an exit vote could mean for the U.S., remaining EU members and the postwar structure of Europe.
"The Sharing Economy" may be a misnomer; expert Arun Sundararajan says it's more like "crowd-based capitalism." And it's changing our country's economy and how we think about employment. Sundararajan and The Washington Post's Emily Badger discuss the so-called Sharing Economy of today and tomorrow, and what it could mean for the future of work.
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