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Aspen Ideas to Go

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Aspen Ideas to Go

Aspen Ideas to Go

The Aspen Institute

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Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.

Latest Episodes

China, Technology, and the Coronavirus

China was the first country in the world to experience effects from COVID-19. How did the country make it through?

57 MIN1 d ago
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China, Technology, and the Coronavirus

Highs and Lows: Unpacking Teen Emotions

Once they reach adolescence, kids land on an emotional rollercoaster. As parents, teachers, coaches, and mentors, how can we help teens communicate and navigate the intensity of their emotions?

60 MIN1 w ago
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Highs and Lows: Unpacking Teen Emotions

How to Be Less Fearful in Turbulent Times (Rebroadcast)

What are the best tools for dealing with fear, particularly in an uncertain period?

54 MIN2 w ago
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How to Be Less Fearful in Turbulent Times (Rebroadcast)

Reporting the News in a Fractured America

What are newsrooms and technology companies doing to combat false news? What did journalists learn in 2016 that they can apply to political coverage in 2020?

65 MIN3 w ago
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Reporting the News in a Fractured America

Straight from the Source: Experts Discuss Novel Coronavirus

More than 100 cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported in the United States, as of March 3, 2020.

50 MINMAR. 4
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Straight from the Source: Experts Discuss Novel Coronavirus

What Will We Eat in a Hotter, Drier World?

Unpredictable weather is threatening crop production and a swelling population is increasing thedemand for food.

59 MINFEB. 26
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What Will We Eat in a Hotter, Drier World?

How to Talk About Race and Racism (Rebroadcast)

EToday race is a more prominent and intransigent problem than ever.

64 MINFEB. 19
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How to Talk About Race and Racism (Rebroadcast)

Putting Humanity Back Into Finance

Societal problems like income inequality have emerged from a financial system that has taken a wrong turn, says Harvard finance professor Mihir Desai.

51 MINFEB. 12
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Putting Humanity Back Into Finance

Exploring the Inner Chambers of Our Lives

When psychotherapistLori Gottlieb set out to write the stories of her patients she realized she shouldchronicleher own struggles too.

52 MINFEB. 5
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Exploring the Inner Chambers of Our Lives

How 'Isms' Are Ruining Political Discourse

It's already difficult to talk about politics in a polarized United States, but a few choice words are making it even harder.

52 MINENE. 30
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How 'Isms' Are Ruining Political Discourse

Latest Episodes

China, Technology, and the Coronavirus

China was the first country in the world to experience effects from COVID-19. How did the country make it through?

57 MIN1 d ago
Comments
China, Technology, and the Coronavirus

Highs and Lows: Unpacking Teen Emotions

Once they reach adolescence, kids land on an emotional rollercoaster. As parents, teachers, coaches, and mentors, how can we help teens communicate and navigate the intensity of their emotions?

60 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Highs and Lows: Unpacking Teen Emotions

How to Be Less Fearful in Turbulent Times (Rebroadcast)

What are the best tools for dealing with fear, particularly in an uncertain period?

54 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Be Less Fearful in Turbulent Times (Rebroadcast)

Reporting the News in a Fractured America

What are newsrooms and technology companies doing to combat false news? What did journalists learn in 2016 that they can apply to political coverage in 2020?

65 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Reporting the News in a Fractured America

Straight from the Source: Experts Discuss Novel Coronavirus

More than 100 cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported in the United States, as of March 3, 2020.

50 MINMAR. 4
Comments
Straight from the Source: Experts Discuss Novel Coronavirus

What Will We Eat in a Hotter, Drier World?

Unpredictable weather is threatening crop production and a swelling population is increasing thedemand for food.

59 MINFEB. 26
Comments
What Will We Eat in a Hotter, Drier World?

How to Talk About Race and Racism (Rebroadcast)

EToday race is a more prominent and intransigent problem than ever.

64 MINFEB. 19
Comments
How to Talk About Race and Racism (Rebroadcast)

Putting Humanity Back Into Finance

Societal problems like income inequality have emerged from a financial system that has taken a wrong turn, says Harvard finance professor Mihir Desai.

51 MINFEB. 12
Comments
Putting Humanity Back Into Finance

Exploring the Inner Chambers of Our Lives

When psychotherapistLori Gottlieb set out to write the stories of her patients she realized she shouldchronicleher own struggles too.

52 MINFEB. 5
Comments
Exploring the Inner Chambers of Our Lives

How 'Isms' Are Ruining Political Discourse

It's already difficult to talk about politics in a polarized United States, but a few choice words are making it even harder.

52 MINENE. 30
Comments
How 'Isms' Are Ruining Political Discourse
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