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The Age of Nature Virtual Panel Discussion with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science


Explore humanity’s relationship with nature and wildlife as scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways we can restore our planet. The three-part PBS series "The Age of Nature" documents the complex, interdependent connection between people and nature, and underscores that how we live with nature now will determine our future.

Watch "The Age of Nature" before the event and then tune in for a live discussion with a panel of experts. Speakers include Bill Gardner, vice president of programming & development at PBS, Giulio Boccaletti, chief strategy officer & global ambassador of water at The Nature Conservancy, Taylor Hawes, Colorado River program director, and James Hagadorn, curator of geology, Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

This program is presented in partnership with The Nature Conservancy Colorado and Rocky Mountain PBS.

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