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  1. How COVID-19 human challenge trials work -- and why I volunteered | Sophie Rose2020/11/20
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  2. Could we treat spinal cord injuries with asparagus? | Andrew Pelling2020/11/20
    Take a mind-blowing trip to the lab as TED Senior Fellow Andrew Pelling shares his research on how we could use fruits, vegetables and plants to regenerate damaged human tissues -- and develop a potentially groundbreaking way to repair complex spinal cord injuries with asparagus.
  3. How quinoa can help combat hunger and malnutrition | Cedric Habiyaremye2020/11/19
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  4. A playful exploration of gender performance | Jo Michael Rezes2020/11/18
    From the stage to everyday life, theater educator Jo Michael Rezes studies queer identity and the spectrum of gender performance — in its success and failure. Aided by a delightful introduction of campy charm, Rezes explores the freeing potential of playing with gender to better understand ourselves, each other and the spaces we inhabit.
  5. What happens after we develop a COVID-19 vaccine? | Johanna Benesty2020/11/18
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  6. The mood-boosting power of crying | Kathy Mendias2020/11/17
    Here's a talk about tears -- and why crying isn't something to be afraid or ashamed of. Exploring the science behind the mood-boosting power of crying, childbirth and lactation educator Kathy Mendias shows how tears can enhance your physical and mental well-being and deepen your relationship to yourself and others.
  7. A magical mantra for nurturing a blissful life | JayaShri Maathaa2020/11/17
    As the coronavirus pandemic raged in her native Sri Lanka, monk JayaShri Maathaa had a thought: two magical words that planted something beautiful in her mind and blossomed into a whole new way of being. She shares how this mantra transformed her life -- and the surprising ways gratitude can invite bliss, joy and harmony between yourself and all that surrounds you.
  8. How the new generation of Latinx voters could change US elections | María Teresa Kumar2020/11/13
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  9. To future generations of women, you are the roots of change | Gloria Steinem2020/11/13
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  10. How to be fearless in the face of authoritarianism | Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya2020/11/12
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  11. Theranos, whistleblowing and speaking truth to power | Erika Cheung2020/11/10
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  12. I stepped out of grief -- by dancing with fire | Danielle Torley2020/11/06
    After losing her mother in a house fire when she was just six years old, Danielle Torley saw two paths before her: a life full of fear, or one that promised healing and recovery. In this inspiring talk, she describes how she turned her grief into beauty in a most unexpected way -- by dancing with fire.
  13. The radical act of choosing common ground | Nisha Anand2020/11/02
    To achieve lasting change sometimes requires the hard, even radical, choice of partnering with people you'd least expect. Justice reform advocate Nisha Anand shares her story of working with her ideological opposite to make history and save lives -- and urges us all to widen our circles in order to make progress with purpose.
  14. What crows teach us about death | Kaeli Swift2020/10/30
    Rituals for the dead span much of the natural world, seen in practices from humans and elephants to bees, dolphins and beyond. With charm and playful insight, animal behaviorist Kaeli Swift delves into the life (and death) habits of crows and shares what their responses could reveal about our own relationship to mortality.
  15. How to foster productive and responsible debate | Ishan Bhabha2020/10/30
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  16. The power of venom -- and how it could one day save your life | Mandë Holford2020/10/29
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  17. What the Irish wake teaches us about living and dying | Kevin Toolis2020/10/28
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  18. Climate change is becoming a problem you can taste | Amanda Little2020/10/27
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  19. What if a US presidential candidate refuses to concede after an election? | Van Jones2020/10/26
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  20. Can we create vaccines that mutate and spread? | Leor Weinberger2020/10/26
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  21. What it takes to create social change against all odds | Ralph Nader2020/10/23
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  22. Why children stay silent following sexual violence | Kristin Jones2020/10/22
    Sexual assault is never the victim's fault, says advocate Kristin Jones. In this courageous talk, she tells her story of overcoming the shame that followed sexual abuse as a teenager -- and shares how parents can foster an open conversation about abuse to empower kids and encourage them to ask for help. (This talk contains mature content)
  23. How to reduce the wealth gap between Black and white Americans | Kedra Newsom Reeves2020/10/22
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  24. Could CBD help opioid users overcome addiction? | Yasmin Hurd2020/10/21
    Could CBD, a chemical compound found in the cannabis plant, help treat opioid addiction? Neuroscientist Yasmin Hurd discusses why current treatment strategies, such as methadone, aren't enough to end the opioid epidemic -- and shares how CBD could help reduce the cravings and anxiety associated with drug use and relapse, potentially providing a new, safe and nonaddictive therapy.
  25. How businesses can serve everyone, not just shareholders | Dame Vivian Hunt2020/10/20
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  26. How Ikea is growing its business while shrinking emissions | Jesper Brodin and Pia Heidenmark Cook2020/10/16
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  27. The life unfolding inside your cells, revealed in 3D | Gokul Upadhyayula2020/10/13
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  28. On time and water | Andri Snær Magnason2020/10/10
    Over the next 200 years, we can expect all of the Earth's glaciers to disappear -- unless we act now, says writer Andri Snær Magnason. Telling the story of the Okjökull glacier in Iceland, the first glacier lost to climate change, Magnason explains why we need to start connecting to the future in a more intimate, urgent way in order to stabilize the Earth for generations to come.
  29. Our moral imperative to act on climate change -- and 3 steps we can take | His Holiness Pope Francis2020/10/10
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  30. Apple's promise to be carbon neutral by 2030 | Lisa Jackson and Liz Ogbu2020/10/10
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  31. Lessons on leaving the world better than you found it | Sophie Howe2020/10/10
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  32. How to be a good ancestor | Roman Krznaric2020/10/10
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  33. This decade calls for Earthshots to repair our planet | Prince William2020/10/10
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  34. Community-powered solutions to the climate crisis | Rahwa Ghirmatzion and Zelalem Adefris2020/10/10
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  35. How we could make carbon-negative concrete | Tom Schuler2020/10/10
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  36. A concrete idea to reduce carbon emissions | Karen Scrivener2020/10/10
    Concrete is the second most-used substance on Earth (behind water), and it's responsible for eight percent of the world's carbon footprint. Cement researcher Karen Scrivener shares the research behind a pioneering new kind of cement known as LC3, which could slash carbon emissions from this crucial building material by 40 percent, if adopted at scale.
  37. How to decarbonize the grid and electrify everything | John Doerr and Hal Harvey2020/10/10
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  38. A "forest generation" living in harmony with nature | Ernestine Leikeki Sevidzem2020/10/10
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  39. The global movement to restore nature's biodiversity | Thomas Crowther2020/10/10
    Biodiversity is the key to life on Earth and reviving our damaged planet, says ecologist Thomas Crowther. Sharing the inside story of his headline-making research on reforestation, which led to the UN's viral Trillion Trees Campaign, Crowther introduces Restor: an expansive, informative platform built to enable anyone, anywhere to help restore the biodiversity of Earth's ecosystems.
  40. 24 hours on Earth -- in one image | Stephen Wilkes2020/10/10
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  41. Climate change is our reality. Here's how we're taking action | Al Gore, Gloria Kasang Bulus, Nana Firman, Ximena Loría and Tim Guinee2020/10/10
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  42. How cities are detoxing transportation | Monica Araya2020/10/10
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  43. The energy Africa needs to develop -- and fight climate change | Rose M. Mutiso2020/10/10
    In this perspective-shifting talk, energy researcher Rose M. Mutiso makes the case for prioritizing Africa's needs with what's left of the world's carbon budget, to foster growth and equitably achieve a smaller global carbon footprint.
  44. Fossil fuel companies know how to stop global warming. Why don't they? | Myles Allen2020/10/10
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  45. India's historic opportunity to industrialize using clean energy | Varun Sivaram2020/10/10
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  46. The city planting a million trees in two years | Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr2020/10/10
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  47. The 15-minute city | Carlos Moreno2020/10/10
    Living in a city means accepting a certain level of dysfunction: long commutes, noisy streets, underutilized spaces. Carlos Moreno wants to change that. He makes the case for the "15-minute city," where inhabitants have access to all the services they need to live, learn and thrive within their immediate vicinity -- and shares ideas for making urban areas adapt to humans, not the other way around.
  48. The joy of taking out the trash | Aparna Nancherla2020/10/10
    Comedian Aparna Nancherla loves to take out the trash. In this funny and sharp meditation on garbage -- "the stuff that our modern, consumerist, carbon-powered culture makes us buy endlessly, and often for no reason" -- she shares thoughts on how to use less in a world that's choking on ever-larger piles of waste.
  49. Amazon's climate pledge to be net-zero by 2040 | Dave Clark and Kara Hurst2020/10/10
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  50. If trees could speak | Elif Shafak2020/10/10
    How do we tell stories of humanity and nature at a time when our planet is burning? Novelist Elif Shafak invites us to listen to the trees, whose experience of time, stillness and impermanence is utterly different from our own. "Hidden inside [their] story is the past and the future of humanity," she says.
  51. To save the climate, we have to reimagine capitalism | Rebecca Henderson2020/10/10
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  52. Kids are speaking up for the environment. Let's listen | Olafur Eliasson2020/10/10
    Known for big, attention-grabbing installations -- like his four towering waterfalls in New York's East River -- Olafur Eliasson has scaled down his latest project, Earth Speakr: an art platform for kids designed to spur budding climate activists to lead discussions on nature, conservation, pollution and more.
  53. Europe's plan to become the first carbon-neutral continent | Ursula von der Leyen2020/10/10
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  54. Make your actions on climate reflect your words | Severn Cullis-Suzuki2020/10/10
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  55. The case for stubborn optimism on climate | Christiana Figueres2020/10/10
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  56. Climate justice can't happen without racial justice | David Lammy2020/10/10
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  57. The race to a zero-emission world starts now | António Guterres2020/10/10
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  58. Cities are driving climate change. Here's how they can fix it | Angel Hsu2020/10/10
    Cities pump out 70 percent of all global carbon emissions -- which means they also have the greatest opportunity to lower CO2 levels and energy consumption. Climate and data scientist Angel Hsu shares how cities around the world are leading the response to climate change by innovating new, low-carbon ways of living.
  59. 10 years to transform the future of humanity -- or destabilize the planet | Johan Rockström2020/10/10
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  60. The fight for civil rights and freedom | John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson2020/07/20
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