Tag: TEDxTalks

The side of climate change we must debate: how do we adapt | Jessica Hellmann | TEDxMinneapolisWomen

The side of climate change we must debate: how do we adapt | Jessica Hellmann | TEDxMinneapolisWomen

By Micah Moen 18 Comments September 20, 2019

Translator: Rosa Baranda Reviewer: Amanda Chu Thank you. Thanks so much. You know, it’s really not an exaggeration to say that humanity is on a path to disaster. And that’s because human emissions of CO2, methane and other greenhouse gases are warming our planet, shifting our climate, and increasing climate disasters. And those changes are […]

Devices that adapt and build smart environments | Sean Follmer | TEDxCERN

Devices that adapt and build smart environments | Sean Follmer | TEDxCERN

By Micah Moen 4 Comments September 16, 2019

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Ivana Korom We’ve evolved with tools and tools have evolved with us. Our ancestors created these hand axes 1.5 million years ago, shaping them to not only fit the task at hand, but also their hand. However, over the years, tools have become more and more specialized. These sculpting tools […]

How Your Phone Will Stop Climate Change (& Save The World) | Ian Monroe | TEDxHonolulu

How Your Phone Will Stop Climate Change (& Save The World) | Ian Monroe | TEDxHonolulu

By Micah Moen 5 Comments September 13, 2019

Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Denise RQ What’s the most important thing that you do with your phone? Calls? Email? Facebook? Getting a higher score on Candy Crush? You know who you are. What if you could do something even more important? Like solve some of the world’s biggest problems. And if you could solve any […]

Building Resilience to Climate Change | Jacqueline McGlade | TEDxPorto

Building Resilience to Climate Change | Jacqueline McGlade | TEDxPorto

By Micah Moen 2 Comments September 9, 2019

Translator: Virginia Cancino Berrios Reviewer: Zsófia Herczeg Today in the world, we face many existential threats – nuclear warheads, artificial intelligence, robots, antimicrobial resistance, climate change – and we have no way of predicting actually how we are going to face these challenges. Some of the solutions lie in laboratories, in offices, but answers to […]

The ecology of listening | Paul Oomen | TEDxDanubia

The ecology of listening | Paul Oomen | TEDxDanubia

By Micah Moen 3 Comments September 8, 2019

Translator: Andi Vida Reviewer: Tímea Hegyessy For the next ten minutes, I will be speaking about listening. I am going to give you a demonstration of the world’s oldest technology. Many millions of years older than human existence. This is going to be something quite unusual, I would like to ask everyone to, please, close […]

Good News on Energy and Environment | Richard Alley | TEDxPSU

Good News on Energy and Environment | Richard Alley | TEDxPSU

By Micah Moen 1 Comment September 6, 2019

Translator: Hyeonji Kim Reviewer: youjeong kang Okay. So I’m gonna walk you through a little bit on energy, a history of story then I’m gonna scare the pants off of you. And then I hope to leave you feeling empowered. I’m gonna start though, with a public confession. My name is Richard Alley, and I’m […]

Tiny homes of the future | Lara Nobel | TEDxSouthBank

Tiny homes of the future | Lara Nobel | TEDxSouthBank

By Micah Moen 43 Comments August 30, 2019

Translator: Dauhalevich Valeria Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Some of my friends have bought a house, a reasonably priced, three or four bedroom. Not expensive, but enough to tie them to a 30-year mortgage. They work a nine-hour day, and travel two hours to get there and back. By the time they get home, relax, sleep; they […]

The water crisis: How California overcomes the drought | David Sedlak | TEDxMarin

The water crisis: How California overcomes the drought | David Sedlak | TEDxMarin

By Micah Moen 15 Comments August 29, 2019

Translator: Cynthia Betubiza Reviewer: Ivana Korom Our grandparents’ generation created an amazing system of canals and reservoirs that made it possible for people to live in places where there wasn’t a lot of water. For example, during the Great Depression, they created the Hoover Dam, which in turn, created Lake Mead and made it possible […]

Traditional Japanese dyes on the path to eco-friendly fashion | Toru Arakawa | TEDxKyoto

Traditional Japanese dyes on the path to eco-friendly fashion | Toru Arakawa | TEDxKyoto

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 29, 2019

Traducteur: Claire Ghyselen Relecteur: Eriko T Bonjour, je m’appelle Toru Arakawa. Je suis l’héritier d’une entreprise qui existe à Kyoto depuis cent ans, spécialisée dans la teinture des kimonos orné d’un blason. Aujourd’hui, je me propose de vous lancer deux invitations. Mais avant ça… Voici mon éventail ; il symbolise un sabre court dans le […]

Nature’s internet: how trees talk to each other in a healthy forest | Suzanne Simard | TEDxSeattle

Nature’s internet: how trees talk to each other in a healthy forest | Suzanne Simard | TEDxSeattle

By Micah Moen 57 Comments August 25, 2019

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney The Coast Salish people say, “We are one.” [nə́c̓aʔmat ct] For thousands of years they lived it. But we didn’t pay any attention. Most of us have forgotten that we’re connected to each other, and to nature, that we are one. But nature is not some separate thing, but […]