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Upcoming Events

February

  • The Wild with Chris Morgan: Season 2 Launch Celebration

    From the Norwegian archipelago Svalbard to the Elwha River on the Olympic Peninsula, season two of The Wild of Chris Morgan will explore wildlife around the globe and our relationship to it. Join us Friday, February 28 at The Mountaineers for a celebration of and behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming episodes. Host Chris Morgan will sit down with KUOW's Deborah Wang to discuss the animals and ecosystems season two will explore, offer insights from his research and work in the wild, and answer your questions about animals and conservation of wild spaces.

    This event is sponsored by Conservation Northwest.

    LocationWhere: The Mountaineers Get Tickets

March

  • That's Debatable: Washington State can decarbonize in a decade

    Join KUOW Live at our next That’s Debatable event. KUOW’s Ross Reynolds will moderate a lively debate on whether Washington State can decarbonize in the next decade - achieving zero emissions from our energy use. We’ll hear both sides.

    Stay after the debate for a discussion with KUOW’s environment reporter John Ryan and three people trying to decarbonize themselves as part of KUOW’s Biggest Carbon Loser, a contest to cut their carbon footprints – from travel, food, energy, and more – while navigating their daily lives.

    LocationWhere: Pigott Auditorium Get Tickets
  • Stand with the Facts: Bots, Trolls & Your Vote

    Misinformation is everywhere. From deep fakes to false stories, what will it mean for voters in 2020? And how can YOU spot it and stop it? Join KUOW and the Center for an Informed Public on Wednesday, March 18 at UW Tacoma for Bots, Trolls and Your Vote. KUOW’s All Things Considered host Kim Malcolm and a panel of experts will explore these questions as well as what’s being done by industry, government and other institutions to confront the spread of misinformation and what you can do.

    This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

    LocationWhere: William W. Philip Hall Get Tickets
  • NPR's How I Built This with Guy Raz: Live

    After more than two years, NPR's How I Built This: Live is returning to Seattle! Join KUOW and host Guy Raz for a conversation with Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman, co-founders of the independent record label Sub Pop. Like NPR's How I Built This podcast, the evening will motivate you to think big as you embark on your own ventures: business, non-profit, creative and beyond.

    LocationWhere: Benaroya Hall Get Tickets