Bruce Friedrich: How Is Eating Meat Affecting Our Planet?
Bruce Friedrich shows how plant and cell-based products could soon transform the way we eat ... and reduce the global meat industry's impact on the planet.
Greta Thunberg: Are We Running Out Of Time To Save Our Planet?
In 2018, teenager Greta Thunberg began protesting to demand action on climate change. She has inspired protests worldwide. Greta says it's time to panic: we're running out of time to save our planet.
Per Espen Stoknes: What Holds Us Back From Facing The Threats Of Climate Change?
Psychologist Per Espen Stoknes explains the inner defenses that block most people from recognizing the urgency of climate change. He asks, what is a better way to think and talk about this crisis?
Sean Davis: What Can We Learn From The Global Effort To Save The Ozone Layer?
In 1988, the Montreal Protocol was the first step in a long process to save the ozone layer. Sean Davis explains the impact of the agreement, and the lessons we can apply to the crisis we face today.
Jennifer Wilcox: How Can We Remove CO2 From The Atmosphere? Will We Do It In Time?
To slow climate change, we need to lower emissions and remove carbon from the atmosphere. Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox says the technology is there, and we need to scale it.
Charly Haversat: How Can We Let Go Of The Need To Be Perfect?
As a former pro runner, Charly Haversat would fixate on an unattainable goal: perfection. She discusses the crippling effects of perfectionism, including how it can prevent learning from failure.
Jon Bowers: Can Striving For Perfection Help Us Learn From Our Failures?
Everyone makes mistakes, but sometimes mistakes have big consequences. Jon Bowers argues that we should always strive for perfection—knowing we will fail and we have to learn from those failures.
Phil Plait: How Can Mistakes Lead To Scientific Advancement?
When it comes to scientific research, mistakes are not only part of—but also crucial—to the process. Phil Plait explains how small setbacks can play a critical role in making big discoveries.