Climate change is accelerating. But we have science and technology to reduce emissions. adapt to the ongoing effects and even reverse it to restore a habitable and healthy world. We need a diverse and enterprising approach to addressing climate change. which is the greatest challenge of our time.
One platform that offers such an idea is TED Talkswhere scientists, researchers, technologists, business leaders, artists, designers and other professionals Provides powerful short lectures on valuable new knowledge and innovative research in their field. Since climate change is an interdisciplinary field, the TED Talks on the subject use the audio scope and are some of the most interesting presentations from the organization.
A recent TED talk on climate change featured some of the boldest and greatest ideas tackling this global problem. solving climate problems
If you are overwhelmed by the scale of the climate crisis and the sluggishness by global leaders. It’s comforting to hear from climate leaders about continued progress and the possibilities to tackle climate change.
In this video, one of the frontline of the climate change movement, Al Gore, the Nobel Laureate. Founder of climate training organization Climate Truth ProjectTalk about how far we’ve come and how far we have to go. He spoke of some of the top institutions that are still contributing money to the polluting sector. and delves into how the financial interests of fossil fuel companies have hampered the country’s climate action. Still, he remarked with hope that we can meet now.
“Always remember that political will is a renewable resource,” Gore said.
Modern problems need modern solutions in this TED Talk. Zahra Biabani . Gen Z climate activist Discuss her and other content creators. Use social media to spread a message about sustainability and fight against How is it a “climate catastrophe” or a pessimistic view of the world’s future? Many young people feel that there is nothing they can do about climate change. And this destructive view has the potential to halt the movement of climate in its path, she said.
Hope and data can help future generations to drive action. Biabani explains that platforms like TikTok can spread these messages to reach new people. and how it sparked interest in sustainability
If you want to be inspired by the power of Gen Z, this video will show you how young people are truly committed to changing their everyday lives to cope with climate change.
The food system is one of the biggest controversies in climate change. As we need to feed the nearly 8 billion people on the planet. Many people in low-income countries are at risk of food insecurity. Many food production methods are wasteful or emit greenhouse gases. which contribute to climate change meanwhile Fixing these systems is one of the greatest opportunities to tackle climate change in this video. c Discuss how to create a more equitable and sustainable food system.
Nwuneli presents her plan to connect people around the world without healthy food to food that would otherwise be left behind. She believes that a food system that nourishes everyone is possible.
If you are interested in learning about the connection between food on your table and food grown in fields around the world. This discussion will certainly broaden your perspective.
It is well established that we need to stop new sources of carbon from entering the atmosphere. However, we need strategies to deal with excess carbon and warming the planet. Such a strategy is called carbon removal. And while this idea is not new, there are many different ways to remove excess carbon from the atmosphere today.
Famous writer Gabrielle Walker It delves into the need for carbon removal and provides an overview of how it can be implemented. “If we will have a chance to fight below 1.5 degrees [Celsius]that safe limit We need to get rid of the carbon,” she said, “and it looks like we need a lot.”
Walker talks about how we can store this carbon in everything from trees and soil. to the ocean and the buildings to the rocks and deep underground While trees and high-tech machines are two methods of carbon removal that have caught on in the public perception. She argues that the decarbonization landscape isn’t black and white, or “green or chrome” as she calls it.
The strategies she talks about involve fluffy pigs, pumice, and other carbon removal methods. that is not widely known
If you are looking for creative solutions for carbon removal. Look no further “We can remove the mess we create and give the world a chance to heal,” Walker said.
When it comes to greenhouse gas emissions The three key questions are: who released How much and where are the greenhouse gas emissions? Often, answers come from global actors such as countries and multinational corporations. self reporting numbers which can lead to discrepancies
In this video, climate technology experts Gavin McCormick Introducing this solution: A real-time global carbon tracking system that can identify the worst polluters through satellite imagery, big data, and AI. activist And technology companies are working together to use this powerful free tool. Climate TRACE.
McCormick said, “There are now thousands of eyes in the sky. And many stars are free and open to everyone to use this information.”
This gigantic open source shared database contains emissions data from every country, every sector and every year. The goal is to monitor global emissions and report them to the public to increase transparency and encourage action. meaningful weather To achieve the Paris Agreement, McCormick said and defended. In this ‘crisis that ends civilization’, nations must cooperate and share resources – and Climate Trace can help.
If you want to learn the background and goals of one of the most powerful public Free Open Tools That Can Help Fight Climate Change – Then Go check yourself — This video is for you.
In this video, human rights lawyer Nonette Royo Explain that growing up on a small island in the Philippines and learn from her family about the importance of protecting the forest there. Help her to work today. Provide legal assistance to indigenous peoples by seizing their land. fight for rights in court Her lawyer team at occupancy facility, An organization at the intersection of environmental and indigenous rights It aims to help these indigenous communities around the world safe and protect 123 million acres of forest over the next five years.
She delves into a heartbreaking statistic: 470 million indigenous people live and manage the land that accounts for 80 percent of the world’s biodiversity. But their legal rights are constantly threatened and exploited by loggers, miners and companies.
If you want to learn from real leaders working for indigenous justice. You won’t want to miss Royo’s lectures.
“No one should die to protect the forest,” she said. “We all have a choice — we all — to stand as an ally. Protect the defenders of the future, restore balance to survive the climate crisis.”
Jane Zelikova, climate scientist and co-founder of the Gender Equality Organization. 500 women scientistspresents her case for agricultural practices that protect the earth’s soil and slow global warming.
“Soil is the ‘skin’ of the earth,” Zelikova said. They play an important role in our lives: they nourish our food. Massive carbon storage and has a wide variety of microorganisms These microorganisms help decompose organic matter such as dead plants, animals and other microorganisms. in order to form a lump of carbon that is strongly stored in the soil But when the soil is disturbed – from turning grasslands and fields into agricultural or urban areas – this carbon is released. This practice happens at an alarming rate.
“The trick is to rethink how we farm,” she said, pointing out that increasing soil microbial diversity helps keep carbon in the soil. Grow more nutrient-rich plants and make the surrounding community flexible
If you’re looking for inspiring climate solutions under your feet, Zelikova’s 10-minute presentation will change the way you look at the soil.
“Soil is the true foundation of life on this planet. The reasons we eat and the climate solutions waiting to be unlocked,” she said.
Amid the scarcity of national climate policymaking, cities are often at the forefront of climate action.
This presentation from Marvin Rees, mayor of Bristol in the UK Discuss how local laws can help the environment around the city. and contributing to a deeper level of climate action. Building sustainable infrastructure is an investment that can create healthier and happier communities. He touched electric buses in Colombia and inland waters in Singapore. Both are the results of the city mayor’s innovative efforts.
“If we can unlock the full potential of our cities. We can reduce the price the world pays for us to keep growing,” Rees said.
Rees makes complex international climate topics feel personal. And his talks will make you wonder how your city is helping mitigate climate change and provide for you and your neighbors.