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NEXT: People | Science | Tomorrow

March 10, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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NEXT:People | Science | Tomorrow explores the intersection of science
and the human condition. These programs are informal conversations, open to the
public on an RSVP basis. The host and moderator is Mat Kaplan, who – in his day
job – is the producer of Planetary Radio for The Planetary Society.

In Southern CA Public
Radio/KPCC’s upcoming March program, they are looking at the future of solar energy,
and have invited J.R. DeShazo, Director of the Luskin Center to talk about the economic side of the
development of solar energy – the accelerating growth of solar’s share of the
U.S. and world energy market and how this will be reflected in the consumer
base and commercially. Other panelists will cover the areas of technology
development and storage/sustainability.

The
CFF is Southern California Public Radio’s live events platform and offers
community engagement and discussion-oriented programming that’s free and open
to the public on an RSVP basis. Because the CFF is part of the newsroom here at
SCPR, programming is closely aligned with our on-air and online coverage. The
topics covered in the CFF throughout the year are widely varied, from politics
to immigrant issues, education to law and order, arts and culture and human
interest, science and technology, veterans’ issues, business and the
economy.  Here’s the link to their web page, where you can see past
programs, including their NEXT events. www.scpr.org/crawfordfamilyforum.They seat 140 and the program is live-streamed at KPCC.org. The program will also be video recorded and archived on their web
site.

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Date:
March 10, 2015
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm