The Atlantic will convene urbanists and industry leaders to discuss sustainable solutions to waste management, business relations, populations growth and other issues facing cities around the world.
The Atlantic will explore the changing landscape in health care, how big data can cut costs and other ideas at the vanguard of the health care debate.
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The Atlantic will host Early Childhood Education: The San Antonio Experience, a Next America forum bringing together local and national leaders for a wide-ranging discussion about expanded access to full day pre-kindergarten in San Antonio and its national implications.
The Atlantic will explore how technological growth contributes to – or curtails – workforce development in dense urban areas. The day’s conversations will cover topics like job training and education, inequality and the rise of Dallas entrepreneurship and corporate innovation.
The Atlantic is presenting “Resistance: The Antibiotics Challenge,” a half-day forum bringing together key thought leaders for a wide-ranging discussion about antibiotic resistance and the public health ramifications of this consequential issue.
Atlantic Media and Allstate will showcase innovators and discuss how best to create opportunities for better innovation across America.
Our series of intimate interviews with prominent leaders continued as The Atlantic’s James Bennet hosted a conversation with John Donvan, Correspondent for ABC News' "Nightline," and Caren Zucker, Producer for ABC News and Co-Writer of the PBS series “Autism Now.”
Our series of interviews with disruptive innovators and consequential political, community and business leaders continued with a discussion featuring Bob Goodlatte regarding the effort for bipartisan criminal justice reform.