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Jon Haubert: Responsible Energy Development in Colorado

ECN PODCAST - Jon Haubert from the group Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) discusses the role that CRED plays in helping the general public understand the process of hydraulic fracturing in a balanced manner that weighs the costs of developing oil and natural gas against the benefits derived from them. Haubert discusses some strategies for communicating the benefits of fracking to a general audience and share successes from Colorado.

Sean Parnell: 2014 in Healthcare and Looking Ahead to 2015

HCN PODCAST - Director of Communications Jim Lakely talks to Managing Editor of Healthcare News and Research Fellow Sean Parnell about the past year in regards to healthcare and the obamacare law. They discuss the failures from the launch of the government healthcare websites to the lackluster enrollment numbers.

Rob Bradley - What is the Biggest Threat to Energy Today?

ECN PODCAST - Rob Bradley, Jr. can be fairly considered one of the leading experts in the nation, if not the world, on energy issues, particularly oil and gas and renewables. Bradley has written seven books including, Edison to Enron: Energy Markets and Political Strategy's and an energy primer (coauthored with Richard Fulmer) Energy: The Master Resource and is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Energy Research, among the nation's leading research institutes on the structure and regulation of energy markets.

Joy Pullmann: 2014 Education In Review and Looking Forward to 2015

SRN PODCAST - Joy Pullmann, managing editor at The Federalist and education research fellow at the Heartland Institute discusses some of the top education policy stories of 2014 with Heather Kays, managing editor of School Reform News. Pullmann and Kays also discuss what's to come in 2015.

Laurence Kotlikoff: True U.S. Debt Surpasses $200 Trillion

BTN PODCAST - Heartland Policy Advisor Chris Casey discusses the current US fiscal situation with Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics at Boston University.

H. Leighton Steward: The Planet Needs CO2

ECN PODCAST - Geologists H. Leighton Steward is chairman of Plants Need CO2. He is a New York Times best-selling author and Chairman of the Board of The Institute for the Study of Earth and Man at SMU, most recently Steward worked with a team of former NASA scientists known as “The Right Climate Stuff.” The NASA team includes scientists with expertise in physics, chemistry, geology, climatology, engineering, biology, and other fields
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