Denver EEE (Ethics, Economics, Environment) Forum

MAY 2019:Improving Climate Change Dialogue, Part Two: Bridging the Divides through Storytelling

— Maria Talero, Founder, Climate Courage, LLC

APRIL 2019Improving Climate Change Dialogue, Part One: Understanding How Worldviews Divide Us/Using Our Collective Knowledge to Map the Divides

— Maria TaleroFounder, Climate Courage, LLC

MARCH 2019: Regenerative Agriculture and Carbon Farming in Colorado

— *Daniel Palic, Natural Resources Conservation Service—USDA and Marcus McCauley, McCauley Family Farm, Longmont

FEBRUARY 2019: The Green New Deal: Is It New? Is It Vital to Our Future?

— Peter Sawtell, Eco-Justice Ministries; *Sheila Davis, University College, DU; *Phil Nelson, Citizens’ Climate Lobby

JANUARY 2019: Regenerative Economics and Colorado Opportunities

— *Hunter Lovins, President and Founder, Natural Capitalism Solutions

NOVEMBER 2018: Health Equity for ALL Coloradans

 — *Ned Calonge, President and CEO, The Colorado Trust

OCTOBER 2018: Climate and Health in Colorado

 — *Chrissy Esposito and Karam Ahmad, Policy Analysts, Colorado Health Institute

SEPTEMBER 2018: Addressing Public Health and Climate Change: The Colorado Climate Plan

–*Mike Silverstein, Executive Director, Regional Air Quality Council

MAY 2018: The Colorado Narrative Project: Changing Priorities, Maintaining Core Values

— Denise Whinnen, Director of Colorado Programs, the Gill Foundation

APRIL 2018: Toward a Sustainable Wellbeing Economy

— *Paul Sutton, Professor, DU Dept. of Geography and the Environment

MARCH 2018: Natural Climate Solutions and The Need for Biochar Sequestration

— *Betsy Neely, Climate Change Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy; and *Paul Belanger, New Energy Colorado

FEBRUARY 2018: Carbon Pricing: Signs of Bipartisanship

 *David Carlson, EEE Forum Convener; *Kathleen Wells and *Douglas Alde, Citizens’ Climate Lobby; *Paul Belanger and Ron Larson, New Energy Colorado

JANUARY 2018: Measuring Economic Well-Being: The Genuine Progress Indicator

 — *Chris Stiffler, Economist, Colorado Fiscal Institute