Lately I’ve been watching TED Talks. A topic that’s especially interesting to me is the environment because I’m always interested in new inventions and ideas to help the planet, as well as explanations of why and how we created the problems we are facing right now.
This is my personal collection that I will continually add to. I post the ones that are interesting to me or have opened my eyes in a certain area. Occasionally I might disagree with some of the talks but am still amazed by the idea, which is why they end up here.
The videos are in the order of when they’ve been released by TED.
I hope you enjoy!
Joanne Chory – How supercharged plants could slow climate change (13:48min)
Greta Thunberg – The disarming case to act right now on climate change (11:12min)
Noah Wilson-Rich – How you can help save the bees, one hive at a time (12:54min)
J. Marshall Shepherd – 3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview (12:21min)
Amit Kalra – 3 creative ways to fix fashion’s waste problem (9:48min)
Sean Davis – Can we solve global warming? Lessons from how we protected the ozone layer (9:49min)
Kristen Marhaver – Why I still have hope for coral reefs (7:14min)
Melati and Isabel Wijsen – Our campaign to ban plastic bags in Bali (11min)
Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao – Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria (9:16min)
For more information on their work visit: https://www.biocellection.com
Tristram Stuart: The global food waste scandal (14min)
Dianna Cohen – Tough truths about plastic pollution (5:10min)
Charles Moore – Seas of plastic (7:16min)
To take action click here: https://algalita.org
Sylvia Earle – My wish: Protect our oceans (18:16min)
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