Keynotes2018-01-08T13:47:48-07:00

Collaboration starts with conversation. Keynotes, Keystone’s blog, embraces this idea by bringing forward the voices of our team, partners, and allies to discuss our work inspiring leaders to reach common higher ground. Check back here often for content that delves into our rich history and the ideas driving our work forward.

Collaboration, Public Engagement at the Heart of Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness and Response

Collaboration, Public Engagement at the Heart of Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness and Response Keystone has partnered with government agencies, communities, and stakeholders for over 15 years to develop planning and response strategies for disruptive events like natural disasters and pandemics. Our work has: Informed the [...]

March 31st, 2020|Categories: Environment and Climate, Health, Leadership|

COVID-19 Update for Keystone Policy Center

COVID-19 Update for Keystone Policy Center COVID-19, commonly referred to as the Coronavirus, continues to wreak uncertainty in the nation and across the world. Keystone Policy Center is following recommended protocols—including the guidance recently issued by the CDC—that will keep our staff and general [...]

March 20th, 2020|Categories: blog, Keystone Updates|

KUNC Talks to Keystone, Highlights Repatriation Effort in Series on Stolen and Returned Art in Colorado

KUNC Talks to Keystone, Highlights Repatriation Effort in Series on Stolen and Returned Art in Colorado Much of the world’s stolen art and artifacts already reside in museums as many culturally sacred pieces that originally belonged to Native American tribes and other indigenous communities [...]

March 5th, 2020|Categories: American Indian/Alaska Native, blog, Native American Tribes|

Keystone Board Adds New Trustee, Energy Board Conducts Retrospective at 2020 Winter Meetings

Keystone Board Adds New Trustee, Energy Board Conducts Retrospective at 2020 Winter Meetings Paul Jarris of MITRE Health offers comments during the 2020 winter meeting of the Keystone Board of Trustees. Keystone Policy Center’s Board of Trustees and Energy Board gathered in [...]

February 27th, 2020|Categories: blog, Energy, Environment and Climate, Keystone Updates, Leadership|

Life of Mountaineering Pioneer, Charles Crenchaw, Honored with Exhibit from Keystone Coalition

Life of Mountaineering Pioneer, Charles Crenchaw, Honored with Exhibit from Keystone Coalition Photo courtesy of Janelle Paciencia. Charles Crenchaw is a mountaineering pioneer, even though few people know his name. Crenchaw was the first black American to summit Denali (then called Mount McKinley) on July [...]

February 21st, 2020|Categories: blog, Public lands|

Keystone Offers Insight to Boulder City Council About Tribal Consultation

Keystone Offers Insight to Boulder City Council About Tribal Consultation The director of Keystone’s American Indian/Alaska Native program, Ernest House, Jr., offered a presentation on Feb. 11 to the Boulder City Council on conducting tribal consultations with federally recognized American Indian Tribes and Nations. The full [...]

February 17th, 2020|Categories: American Indian/Alaska Native, blog, Keynotes, Native American Tribes|