Scientists on the March, Vitruvian in Vogue, Climate Positive 2040, Ogden poet Kurt Rasmussen
Hosted by Lara Jones and Nick Burns, RadioActive talks Earth Day and scientists on the march. Plus science facts from 5th graders at St. John's in Draper, Vitruvian in Vogue with The Leo, Climate Positive 2040 in SLC, and Ogden poet Kurt Rasmussen.
- Ogden poet Kurt Rasmussen, who reminds you that PoetFlow Open Mic happens at 7 p.m. every Tuesday at Lighthouse Lounge (21+) in Ogden. Check out Rasmussen's collection of poems, Sunbathing in Winnemucca.
- Tyler Poulson, SLC Sustainability Manager, on the city's new Climate Positive 2040 plan
- Ian Shelledy on Decoding the Mind: Retooling Your Brain in the Age of Everything, part of The Leo After Dark Friday, April 21. Talk with a group of neuroscientists, psychologists and other experts. CLICK HERE for ticket info.
- Alex Porpora and Sasha Luks-Morgan, organizers for the March for Science in SLC. The event takes place Saturday, April 22. Meet at City Creek Park at 3 p.m.
- Ginger Tolman of the March for Science in Park City. The event takes place Saturday, April 22. Meet at the Wasatcg Brew Pub Parking lot at 9:00 a.m. to march, then visit the Santy Auditoriuvm for speakers starting at 11:30 a.m.
- Adam Dastrup, Associate Professor, Geosciences Department, Salt Lake Community College