Ideas worth spreading! This is our favorites from what we have seem on TED.
Ethan Kay, BioLite's Managing Director of Emerging Markets, recently gave a TEDx talk in Montreal about the unspoken dangers of indoor air pollution and how clean cookstoves can help save up to 2 million lives a year. Check out his full talk and learn about the challenges of innovation, adoption and the power of cultural relevance.
Saving Lives through Clean Cookstoves: Ethan Kay at TEDxMontreal
TEDxPhoenix - Brenda Brathwaite - Games for a Change / "In her TEDxPhoenix 11.11.11 talk, Brenda takes us through her life as a game designer and what it means to design games that can truly teach us culture, and change our perceptions about the events that have molded our society." / via talin
TEDxPhoenix - Brenda Brathwaite - Games for a Change
TED-ED: Lessons worth sharing - TED Ed was launched on March 12 with a mission to highlight those who spread ideas the best -- teachers. TED has illicited the help of teachers, animators and lesson writers across the globe to collaborate in creating 10-minute, easily digestible and cleverly illustrated lessons. "Right now there's a gifted educator somewhere out there delivering a life-changing lesson," they say in the introduction video.
Adam Savage is such an entertaining person!
Join the movement! April 20th is the night.
My boss, and Invisible Children co-founder, brings to light the use of child soldiers and this 26 year long war that is STILL going on in the Congo, even.as.we.speak. Invisible Children has made amazing strides & this is just one young woman's story of how determination can make a huge difference towards positive change. *Justice for Some with Jason Russell
Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles". As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there's a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a "filter bubble" and don't get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview.
Growing up in a small town in the 70's made me appreciate the night sky and what light pollution does to our view.
I know I always loved dinosaurs as a kid, but where we have expanded in the recent years is awe inspiring!