In The Studio - Liberia: Today and Tomorrow

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Executive Director of Save More Kids.

topics discussed include: how the devastation of Liberia's two civil wars has created the current demographic and economic circumstances, those circumstances, what Save More Kids does, and visions for Liberia's future.

Recorded 01/16/20.

The Future of Work Series at UC Davis presents "Incubators & Accelerators: Growing Innovative Ideas"

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The Future of Work Series at UC Davis presents

"Incubators & Accelerators:  Growing Innovative Ideas"

Speakers: Rao Unnava (Dean of the Graduate School of Management), Qasar Younis (former COO of Y-Combinator)

Followed by a Q & A session with students.

Hosted by Julia and Livia Morris.

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Meat File - Physicians, Scientists and Nutritionists Speak Out

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250 millions tons of meat are consumed annually worldwide. The increasing meat consumption determines our future.

The steadily growing meat production sector has drastic consequences not only to the ecological and climatic balance of the Earth, but also to our health. But where does meat come from and under what circumstances is it produced? MEAT FILE provides facts about livestock production, animal husbandry and slaughter, as well as the effects on people and the Planet Earth.

Davis Futures Forum - John Godden - Building Sustainability - Ideas from Our Canadian Neighbors - May 2019

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Davis Futures Forum - Building Sustainability - Ideas from Our Canadian Neighbors

This forum features John Godden, editor of Better Builder Magazine, speaking about sustainable building practices in Canada.   

Q & A with Greg Mahoney, Chief Building, City of Davis and introductions with Brett Lee, Davis City Council.

The purpose of the Davis Futures Forum is to highlight innovative approaches to social, economic, and environmental sustainability through land use planning.

Paul's Place Funding Announcement

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In a celebration acknowledging years of planning, design, review and outreach, the nonprofit Davis Community Meals and Housing (DCMH) announced the greater Davis community has raised more than $4 million of the estimated $5 million cost to replace its dilapidated building at 1111 H Street with Paul’s Place, a new innovative, multi-functional facility, designed by a local architect. Paul’s Place will provide day services, critical health and human resources, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing to people living homeless in Davis.