Today’s podcast is about what it means to be natural. Specifically, we’re taking a closer look at pursuing education outside of the system. What are some of the ways that we can sustain a natural and ongoing dialogue, to form communities of knowledge that make use of the great tenets of institutions, outside of their borders?
We’ll be talking with David Kurfirst, one of the founders for Think Olio. The organization sets up talented professors with local venues to offer an eclectic series of classes for the price of a movie ticket. Kurfirst will share what the experience has been like so far, and where he dreams Think Olio will move next.
Taking a different look on the natural spectrum, we’ll also chat with Ken Johnson, who serves as vice president and head of communications for the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Also, watch our video as we take our question to the streets of NYC.
Be sure to also check out our Third Eye Video.
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