From addressing climate change through “smart agriculture” to dispelling myths about poverty to a five-year plan proposed by young Native Americans for tackling community issues such as suicide and substance abuse, Aspen Institute programs have been scouring their respective issue areas to find and share the most insightful and informative links with their Twitter followers.
Scroll down to see tweets from across the Institute with links to what’s topical right now. Follow our @AspenInstitute list on Twitter for updates and to keep up with each program’s events, video, and experts, and let us know what you’re reading in the comments section below.
— Aspen New Voices (@AspenNewVoices) February 27, 2014
Forbes profiles Edmodo founder Nic Borg and his take on incorporating technology in the classroom. http://t.co/lTnNQPxiIO
— Aspen Task Force (@AspenTaskForce) February 27, 2014
— Aspen BSP (@AspenBizSociety) February 25, 2014
— CNAY (@Center4Native) February 25, 2014
Four myths about poverty. Guess what the top one is? http://t.co/gB078YBI2B …
— Aspen Ascend (@AspenAscend) February 25, 2014
— The Franklin Project (@FranklinProj) February 25, 2014
— Aspen Security Forum (@AspenSecurity) February 25, 2014
— Aspen Writers (@AspenWriters) February 24, 2014
— GlobalLeadersCouncil (@GLCRHresolve) February 24, 2014
— AMP (@AMPGlobal) February 24, 2014