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Climate change: Why we need 70% of U.S. politicians to unite | Daniel Esty
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Climate change: Why we need 70% of U.S. politicians to unite | Daniel Esty

So when I served at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the late 1980s and early 1990s climate change first came onto the public agenda in a big way, and there was at the time a UN process launched to

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OSHO: Don’t Follow the Leaders – They Are Lost Too
Mexico’s Indigenous farmers get their crops destroyed by corrupt politicians & Companies
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Mexico’s Indigenous farmers get their crops destroyed by corrupt politicians & Companies

They are always doing this,.. they don’t leave us alone.. Ever since the March 15 . . . . . . 2011 Ever since then, we have been suffering. If we plant a few crops… thats what they will do..

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Why fascism is so tempting — and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari
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Why fascism is so tempting — and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari

Hello, everyone. It’s a bit funny, because I did write that humans will become digital, but I didn’t think it will happen so fast and that it will happen to me. But here I am, as a digital avatar, and

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How deepfakes undermine truth and threaten democracy | Danielle Citron
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How deepfakes undermine truth and threaten democracy | Danielle Citron

[This talk contains mature content] Rana Ayyub is a journalist in India whose work has exposed government corruption and human rights violations. And over the years, she’s gotten used to vitriol and controversy around her work. But none of it

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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise
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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise

Translator: Janet Paton Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Hello everybody, poetry lovers all of you. I know. It’s so great to be here. So, I’m the granddaughter of Sicilian peasants. My maternal grandfather, Giuseppe Cardinale, would read an English dictionary at night,

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Esperanto Explained
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Esperanto Explained

World languages are complicated and annoying. It’s alienating right? A language barrier can be a greater divide than any physical border. If you grow up without the ability to communicate with people, you think of them as different. And this

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Higher Consciousness and WORLD PEACE
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Higher Consciousness and WORLD PEACE

What would it take for us to finally figure out how to live in peace with each other here on planet earth? In spite of all of our incredible advancements in science and technology and medicine and many other areas,

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Political common ground in a polarized United States | Gretchen Carlson, David Brooks
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Political common ground in a polarized United States | Gretchen Carlson, David Brooks

Chris Anderson: Welcome to this next edition of TED Dialogues. We’re trying to do some bridging here today. You know, the American dream has inspired millions of people around the world for many years. Today, I think, you can say

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