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New Tech Podcast: Is There a Vermont Way of Building a Rural Economic Landscape?

The Vermont tech podcast team was joined by Joshua Moses, who works with individuals, organizations, and communities to cultivate vision and resourcefulness in the face of uncertainty and socio-ecological transitions.  He’s on the faculty of Haverford College., but currently is visiting faculty member at UVM.

He joined the conversation dealing with why and how our tech sector requires the perspective of the humanities, fine arts and other broader disciplines. The discussion also turned to changing rural economics and the potential for technology to make a difference in rural communities, rooted in latest technology and the impact of climate change and other issues. Is there a Vermont way when it comes to the tech sector? 

Joshua provides plenty for the group and listeners to consider about how Vermont and our tech sector could lead with smart, balanced and informed solutions to work within our complex adaptive environment.

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