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5 transformational policies for a prosperous and sustainable world | Johan Rockström

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In a talk about how we can build a robust future without wrecking the planet, sustainability expert Johan Rockström debuts the Earth3 model -- a new methodology that combines the UN Sustainable Development Goals with the nine planetary boundaries, beyond which earth's vital systems could become unstable. Learn more about five transformational policies that could help us achieve inclusive and prosperous world development while keeping the earth stable and resilient. Check out more TED Talks: http://www.ted.com The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TEDTalks Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/TED
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Gershom Maes (3 days ago)
I have no idea whether this research is totally useless, or of the highest quality. The information conveyed in this talk is at the highest, least-nuanced level: "Current approaches don't work, we should do something new, we know this because the current approach has a red arrow and the new approach has a green arrow". What the heck was the chart that he said was so great? If you pause when it's shown you'll see nothing revealing. I'm sure any uninitiated person watching this has no deeper understanding of what he's talking about.
Andy K (5 days ago)
Most the countries like US and east asian countries will not work together on this...Maybe china now
me myself (6 days ago)
there are simply too many people!
family gtale (6 days ago)
The world is flat .
Tiavor Kuroma (6 days ago)
you want to share the wealth and then talk about conservative measurements? this is socialism!
Tatiyana Kholomonova (4 days ago)
+Tiavor Kuroma , - )) - ,well, actually, - yes!), I prefer to believe that each person could save his/her/any personal identity even in case of all-over-the-world neuron equality will occur), but I also believe it wouldn't be a matter of instinct-basis afterall... As for ethic generalisation - it is very complicated problem indeed(( - 'cause me, for example, I'm not ready to sacrifice any national calture for that, - each of them is absolutely presious... I think there must be some other way - something over- (above-) national, humanity in general...
Tiavor Kuroma (4 days ago)
+Tatiyana Kholomonova why should everyone be equal anyway? everyone has personal preferences, ideas, dreams and thoughts. Equality = where everything outside the norm has to be eliminated. I would be glad if we could equalize our ethnic norms and values across the world, even if that means to loose some cultures. too bad that our leaders decide to invite an incompatible norm system to the western world.
Tatiyana Kholomonova (4 days ago)
i think any kind of talk about socialism or any other -ism - finally it would be always a philosophical conversation: WHAT does make people unequal? - the number of neural connections? - this probably could be easily fix by AI in some time... - but what would happen to our behaviour then? after we erase final unequality sign?.. - while evolution spent milliards of years to align our behaviour with our main instincts... including hierarchical... -?... - Should we care first about how to... to equalise... more-or-less our ethic norms... if this is ever possible...or, I could be wrong...and there's no need...
Maleya Cordova (5 days ago)
i love socialism
Tema Mayorov (8 days ago)
does anybody know a book where I can read about stuff this guy is talking about?
Space (8 days ago)
Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah BS This is a pretext for Global Government & Globalisation in which the likes of Facebook, Google, Apple and likes, will rule the world. Mankind will then be a slave labour to these overlords, with no respite, eat what they say, say what they say, live how they say, think how they want, and so on and so forth. Is Humankind that stupid to let it happen is a question that remains to be answered.
Alexander Hall (8 days ago)
Technology has taken away humanities self reliance, because the knowledge of how to do things manually has been forgotten. If you don’t know how to make flour, or sugar, or salt, or yeast, how could you dream of making bread. What part of the wheat makes flour? What does real wheat look like? Where do you mine salt? How do you grow yeast? See you’re doomed. What part a cow is sirloin? How do you make gun powder? How do you Smith steel? What metals are milled and mixed to make steel?If you don’t know those things you can’t get food. You can’t even make a knife. And you won’t learn because you have money. Money is the root of all evil. Smart people don’t need money. Rich people pay some mart people to do things for them. The more money you have the less need you have for intelligence. Medicine has destroyed our chances entirely because we no longer have the immune strength to fight pathogens without medicine. Wealth has made us lazy weak and stupid because we can pay others to solve our problems instead of solving them ourselves. Get rid of needless crap and be happy with basic necessities. That whole list is bullshit because #1 on the list is no poverty. Poverty is associated with financial attainment, aka money. Money only works if there are hired guns to enforce its use. Since you don’t know how to make your food from scratch, and you are too spoiled learn how, you need money. I don’t. GMO crops are plants that have seeds that do not sprout. Remember seedless watermelon? Seeds that sprout must be bought from MonSanto corporation. Growers must by new seed every year. In order to produce food. This is the roots of Supply side economics. The root of human slavery on earth. A corporation controls the food supply and we are forced to do as they please. They hire police and military to enforce there regime. They choose the politicians we vote for and pay the government paycheck. They have already disarmed the public by selling us inadequate weaponry to combat the military. Do you think a 9mm will beat a tank? If we revolt, in any way, they will deploy the national guard and repress us. So we are stuck. For the moment. Next time you think of Richie rich as smart. Think twice. He’d be dead if it weren’t for me. Xoxo
devluz (9 days ago)
Play it with 1.5 speed. His voice and way of speaking works perfect with it
Adriana Andrian (9 days ago)
Greed! Greed my friend. Talk about Greed and Corruption from the big guys.
DURMUŞ BAYSAL (9 days ago)
Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands but not you. Success is not final, failure is not fatal: ıt is the courage to continue that counts. (Winston Churchill) Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. (Robert F. Kennedy) The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that is too low and we reach it. "So whoever does an atom's weight of good will see it, And whoever does an atom's weight of evil will see it. (The Noble Quran. Surah Al Zalzalah Verse 7-8)" "By time, Indeed, mankind is in loss, Except for those who have believed and done righteous deeds and advised each other to truth and advised each other to patience. (Surah Al Asr)" "Corruption has appeared throughout the land and sea by [reason of] what the hands of people have earned so He may let them taste part of [the consequence of] what they have done that perhaps they will return [to righteousness].The Noble Qur'an. Surah Ar Rum. Verse:41)" Listen to the voice of the Noble Quran. Maybe your life will be changed If God allows. Really amazing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVY8pwx9B74 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVqY9TYEkvk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Omh4oG8T_Fw
Peace and justice is 16th and gender equality is 5th, that's all you need to know about this program, really
Aidan Jacobs (9 days ago)
Would someone just force Trump to watch this ?
Ben Tisdale (9 days ago)
Why is the comment section a garbage fire?
Darwin Ranzone (9 days ago)
People is the most valuable resource we have We can see people as a pest on this planet, but that is only because of the way we where brought up A single human could help protect nature, help with reforestation and help develop modern sustainable technologies for the future Are we humans going to be a pest in this world or are we going to be the saviors of the dying natural ecosystems? It is up to us
Alexander Hammond (9 days ago)
I don’t think anyone really sees that by “gender equality” he means in countries where women are restricted from education. Or that access to better healthcare is in third world countries. gender equality and healthcare, on the global scare, aren’t dire western society issues. We are doing pretty good on those sectors
Eli Nope (9 days ago)
+Alexander Hammond Gender equality is population control.
Alexander Hammond (9 days ago)
+Eli Nope Advocating for better healthcare in poor countries is not population control. It is quite the opposite. Change our eating habits and we can add billions more of us.
Eli Nope (9 days ago)
Its about population control but is sold to the public as human rights. I hate the dishonesty in it. Call it what it is.
NietzscheanMan (9 days ago)
What part of "all" don't you understand?
Alexander Hammond (9 days ago)
+NietzscheanMan "All". Very sound argument
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Alpha Strength (9 days ago)
Why the dinosaurs disappeared?
Hery Ansyah (9 days ago)
ja sa (9 days ago)
Horrible speaker. Too many acronyms. Not a clear flow to the presentation. Could have been an interesting topic... sad
George Mason (9 days ago)
Can already tell this video is gonna piss the conservatives off. Which will be pretty funny given how much they love to say "the facts don't care about your feelings". They're right, the facts don't care about your feelings. And the facts are that left wing economic policies are objectively superior to right wing economic policies.
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Zahlenteufel1 (9 days ago)
Incredible work! Also great presentation, I love the diagrams!
Mr.Night (10 days ago)
Increase your attention span.Take a life's moment and WATCH.
Adonis Kuruvilla (10 days ago)
Give us PDF
Greg Barton (10 days ago)
What about nuclear power?
We can achieve each Global Goal keeping a safe space for humanity through agroecology.
Nguyen Chanh (10 days ago)
Soo, what is the point of making these? What is its application for the laymen (in this case, me) to actually feel it? Or is this yet another up-there and on-paper? Well, at least those five things look nice, more foods and stuffs.
ki daniels (10 days ago)
Yes I say yes!
My colour mania (10 days ago)
ki daniels (10 days ago)
Whar are the limited actions that are subverting us. I believe in earth first now, 4 if we do not address this on the vanguard of theories our earth home can not support humanity. In my view this paradigm shift is essential in order to create a sustainable humanity.
ki daniels (10 days ago)
I like this ah lott# how can this be immediately institute this politically and legally manifesting sustainable reality from theoretical redorich
Mac Bizzo (10 days ago)
closer to 12 billion plus
Si Xing (10 days ago)
This is critical and amazing.
Blitzen Vanilla (10 days ago)
He talks about needing to cut carbon emissions by 50% every decade but then doesn't even talk about nuclear energy. If you look at Germany you see that that is not possible.
Lapis lazuli (10 days ago)
WOW Your models are amazing but you could do with a throat losenge. Climate change is real. Global warming is a myth. We are now in GSM. Our earth is cooling, not warming. Crop losses due to extreme weather are becomming the norm. The mass die off of wildlife globaly is hardly reported by the MSN. Fukashima has killed the Pacific ocean and only a matter of time before it kills us all. Planning for the future needs to be based on the real future of our world and the looks very cold and very radioactive. Fix Fukashima first and we might have a chance. MSM is blinkerd by the corrupt science it contiues to embrace has warped the greneral publics perception of real climate change. The extremes in our weather are not man made but due to our sun and the phase it has entered. Polution on the other hand is completly our doing. Be kind to those you love and prepare as best you can because the next few years are about to get rough.
ridjf (10 days ago)
I don't think having it so that the top 10% having no more than 40% of the money would just lead to 5 people having 35% of the money rather than a good slope.
NietzscheanMan (9 days ago)
If you make more then 27k per year you are in the top 1% of earners in the world. Look it up. All Western socialists are de facto natoonal socialists, it's about their greed and resentment towards their betters.
BILL G (10 days ago)
We must address overpopulation first and birth control is the best way to reduce pollution and climate change . There are over 250,000 babies born every day on this planet of 7.7 billion .Promote birth control around the world especially the starving nations that want to migrate to other nations because they are running out of the capacity to feed their starving masses .
robdood (10 days ago)
Just have a cough already, man!
Zaffar hayat (10 days ago)
amazing and best policies
Split Lazer Gaming (10 days ago)
That’s guys voice cracked more in this talk, then the entirety of my time in puberty.
DJDiverDan436 (10 days ago)
The notion that this can all be planned and managed by governments is the most insipid inanity ever. As F.A. Hayek noted, “The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design.” The incredible combination of arrogance and ignorance displayed by this TED Talk demonstrates that, at least in this case, economics has failed in its task.
Ordinary Speaker (10 days ago)
The problem with this is that it seemingly relieves us „normal“ people from our duty to change, by allowing us to think that the change must come from „above“. Each and every one still has to do all the small things which will amount to something in the big picture, like avoiding plastic, eating less meat, reducing electronic waste, speaking up for equality, vote after informing oneself, etc...
Ordinary Speaker (10 days ago)
+campusdynoYeah, and that's something that needs to change.
campusdyno (10 days ago)
Ordinary Speaker: then I'd ask why have a government at all? I elect so I don't have to think.
Shaun Cerborino (10 days ago)
Ordinary Speaker while I agree with the fact that the average citizen shouldn’t be lazy about it with a top down approach, you have to consider- we are currently aware of a lot of these things, Like waste, and we know there are resources to do it better. But instead because it’s not as convenient or a little extra money, we choose not to believe and already expect someone else to do it. We live in a capitalist consumer society, everything has to be changed through the ways people consume. Everything operates between the transaction of money. It’s the only way we can enact sustainable measures. You vote for policy, it’s enacted by your dollar. Government policies need to force companies that make what we consume sustainable. While at that, government policies can mandate there is requirement to teach civic engagement to normalize again that as a species we are social group based and need to work as a team. Also for people to put in the amount of effort each should be doing, they may need more personal time, which the poorest people often have the least amount of resources to participate in a sustainable consumer society or have the time to make habitual changes, because most of their time and energy is spent working. With policies set in place to both mediate inequality and policies to provide people with sustainable products it will no longer have to be that those who are well off have a better ability to do those things, because ultimately that still isn’t going to aid with climate action. Government policies don’t have to mean that the state demands to teach or enact the changes to a uniform agenda, it just means these things are required and as long as you meet them in a graded efficiency, do you.
Ordinary Speaker (10 days ago)
campusdyno I am not saying that the governments of this world should not change their policies, that is absolutely necessary. I just wanted to point out that the regular citizen mustn’t lean back telling himself that it is all in the government’s responsibility.
campusdyno (10 days ago)
Ordinary Speaker: well keep buying energy efficient bulbs and recycling your cardboard. I'm sure government policies have no effect on the planet.
Nigel Ritson (10 days ago)
That people like this guys team, and many other unsung heroes who are working to try and save the earth and all that dwell therein is encouraging and inspiring. I'm doing my best as a Feijoa plant breeder to lift yields, increase nutrient and bio actives content in what often feels like a lone mission. Unfortunately many people with disposable income spent it on vanity projects like an overseas trip, or remodeling their kitchen, instead of helping solve real world problems - even in their local community. We all have choices every day, even the poorest of us, and each choice can place our actions on Johans final chart as part of that green arrow towards survival, or all those red ones towards death.
Nigel Ritson (7 days ago)
+John Doe There are many mass extinctions in the past, and some scientists living today say that the present rate of species extinctions is higher than at any time in history. There are always choices about how we do things, and new jobs can come from new solutions. e.g Solar in the USA employs many times the number of people employed in the coal industry.
John Doe (7 days ago)
This man makes a living by promoting the idea that none of you should be allowed to make a living. How noble.
olives peppers (10 days ago)
bacteria throat build up, sure "Georgia Guidestones" on display, ha ha
Bob Frog (10 days ago)
Proving the Left is truly psychotic.
Blake NoLast (10 days ago)
The number thing on this list should be going vegan. The least sustainable industry is animal agriculture, period.
Shaun Cerborino (10 days ago)
Blake NoLast veganism/plant based eating would probably be an aspect of both food production, starvation and climate action since it’s all related there, I don’t think it requires its own step.
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Taco-Tanner (10 days ago)
I find it funny that America has improved its carbon footprint since leaving the Paris climate summit. And Trump just passed legislation to get the oceans and lakes cleaned up.
joop van groot (10 days ago)
I agree Doughnut economy is a good book!!!
roma kitchen (10 days ago)
Happy Diwali!!
Stu Parker (10 days ago)
JACQUES FRESCO’S(I THINK that’s the right spelling) ‘THE VENUS PROJECT’!!!!!! That is all.
Lugh Summerson (10 days ago)
That is not all. How exactly do you propose that we transition from this mess to Utopia in the absence of a global emperor to mandate it?
devildham (10 days ago)
This roughly correlates with Kate Raworth's doughnut economy model
NietzscheanMan (10 days ago)
Marxist bs. Green on the surface, red at the core.
2pd6cas (10 days ago)
Mandkind trying to play God, Earth Savers! You're plans are No different then our current systems,picking winners for My Agenda and Belief. Thank you.
MEEZAN ASHRAF (10 days ago)
I want to give you advice Mr.Ted director Introduction the video with subtitles It's is very useful for beginners
Mort (10 days ago)
How's this guys voice still going thru puberty?
John Mivule (10 days ago)
This is a very fascinating topic, more people should be talking about this
John Mivule (9 days ago)
+Flavio Ferreira oh yeah true, great thinking
Flavio Ferreira (9 days ago)
Wrong. They should be acting on it!
Ok man (10 days ago)
9:41 agree China is grown faster but not within environmental parameters Because most of there environment details are highly censored
Zhu Bajie (10 days ago)
Trump, Xi, and Puting and their supporters don't want that world because it would make these so-called leaders worse off and unfortunately, they have the real power. We're doomed by the powerful over the many.
Alejandro Perales (10 days ago)
When you our born sin live in sin have sin push on you what do you expect? when you our judged by 2 evil? Angels? He who is in me is in you. Hebrew in the He i took down to the subatomic particles of lost properties fond Homotopy ! Is this you fault on even the Jewish NO! He was lost in the translation of the word this is. Why? He was hiding because he scared angel that was Homosexual abuse and fond be asumes why? He didn't know any better because in them days they would had kill you...
Bocbo (10 days ago)
At least thats what the grant proposal says...
Khogn TM (10 days ago)
The year is 2018 and scientists are still completely oblivious to economical mechanisms and social realities. What's new?
Anomander82 (8 days ago)
The average non-scientist has even less understanding of the science governing long-term sustainability; finding it easier to dismiss or criticize that which they fail to understand either through simple ignorance or willful ignorance because the impacts of poor long-term decision-making are not immediately perceptible. To date the public response to the warnings of natural scientists has been much the same as the Trojan response to Cassandra's dire prophecies. While prophecy can usually be dismissed as fallacy the same should not be said of scientific prediction that is repeatedly ratified.
Buddy Scogin (10 days ago)
Soooo many assumptions in this talk. I wonder if anyone is considering that if we rebuild lost soil in brittle climate regions (80% of land mass) we can sink all the carbon spewed out since 1900 in one inch of topsoil and it’s bio matter.
fiona fiona (10 days ago)
... And other places are a sunk "artificial reaf" apart from being build up by sand from other places. I don't say you are wrong or we used all alternatives but space to live is a basic need and keeping it as is reduces conflict.
Alejandro Perales (10 days ago)
The way you do that is to prayer and used used the 10 Commandment as your foundation.
MrSnivvel (10 days ago)
How about: stopping population growth in the 3rd world, curbing the influence of multi-national corporations and entities, investing in nuclear energy, stopping 3rd world populations from migrating to the 1st world, and promote the growth of 1st world populations since they are the only ones that care about global health. This emasculated commie can shove his ideas deep inside himself.
MrSnivvel (9 days ago)
+Samar Tareen CO2 is not a pollutant by itself. By migration, I mean the quality of the people who are moving. Stopping low quality people, who pollute the environment (aka those from shitholes), from moving into areas where high quality people live will have greater positive effects on the environment. Hence the need for reducing their numbers by default. Your statement is fundamentally wrong since it's built on a faulty premise.
Samar Tareen (9 days ago)
I assume by the 1st world and 3rd world countries, you mean developed and developing countries respectively. The fact is, developed countries produce more pollution per capita than the developing countries, even with the massive population that the developing countries have. Migration has nothing to do with pollution given the previous statement. https://www.ucsusa.org/global-warming/science-and-impacts/science/each-countrys-share-of-co2.html
Nikola Demitri (10 days ago)
I’m not even going to look through these comments, not that I typically do anymore, anyway.. I’m quite certain that there will be plenty of hardline right wing ppl freaking out, calling climate change a hoax, calling this dude an “SJW” bc he dared to talk about equality, and calling him a social bc he dared talk about wealth redistribution. You can settle down, my fascy friends, he’s clearly still talking about economic growth within a capitalist paradigm. Speaking of capitalism, I wonder if the model accounted for the crises of capitalism we’re seeing right now: the rise of hardline, authoritarian far right, and yes, fascist leaders and movements, across the globe. By the sounds of it, the economic goals that the model seeks to hit wouldn’t be workable within the current neoliberal economic era, and I do think moving towards a social democrat state would improve economic conditions in such a way that would push back against this far right movement, but economics aren’t good enough to account for the problem. He mentioned education, and a lack of education definitely accounts for the problem to a large degree, but that’s only going to be especially effective on future generations, and much less effective on folks currently brainwashed by these movements. This is not a small problem, it’s an existential threat to life on this planet (eg - Bolsonaro’s privatization of the rainforest, Trump writ large, etc), and it absolutely has to be addressed/extinguished if a plan like this is ever going to work. Let’s just hope that can happen without serious war, maybe world war, maybe even nuclear war, taking place. I’d really like to know if this model accounts for all of these things, bc if it doesn’t, it seems rather incomplete.
NietzscheanMan (9 days ago)
Communism kills, how much more bodies do you need to see on the pile before your willing blindness, greed and vanity is satisfied.
Donavan LoForte (10 days ago)
Fckng essay
Tlön (10 days ago)
I love how the global right and left wing values must be labeled as the US's political parties
Brokkoli OMG (10 days ago)
I agree Nikola.
Shlomo Silversteinberg (10 days ago)
If you want to push back against far-right growth, then stop immigration. Completely. Now. Anything else, you're just being delusional.
State Craft (10 days ago)
World is already been failed by monarchies committee of 300 global oligarchy and venetian global banking mafia to the core of every human being on this planet.
Armands Liniņš (10 days ago)
People in power are waaaaaaaaay too dumb to get on with it.
Xeno Phon (10 days ago)
Transformational sure, transitional from our current system without a total collapse and rebuild, no. You need to attach a transitional model to your Utopian nonsense or it is not viable at all. A good transitional model from what we currently have that is very viable is a reverse Tyranny, where the people are tyrants to their government. Their rights while in office removed, they every move monitored 24/7. their assets public record and any breach of law or trust or duty results in an immediate death sentence.
mick anick (10 days ago)
OCASM (10 days ago)
Oh, he painted a green line in his graph, that means we all have to do what this commie says. lol
OCASM (10 days ago)
Retroman I call him a communist because he is a communist. Divergent Evolution Capitalism is the most prosperous economic system ever created. Wherever its implemented civilization flourishes. Wherever communism is implemented mass death follows.
Divergent Evolution (10 days ago)
You do realize that capitalist nations have killed far far more people than communist or socialist nations have, right? I mean, imo, they are all obvious wrong and failures, especially capitalism, but I mean, who do you think you are? How dare you sit there soaked in the blood of your ideology and call out others for having blood on them as well. How dare you.
Retroman (10 days ago)
Wow you call a scientist a commie because he wants to save the environment and the whole of humanity.... You and your ignorance are a big part of the problems we have today
Merthalophor (10 days ago)
that PPP though
OCASM (10 days ago)
Capitalism (aka FREEDOM) solves all those issues, BTW.
Erik Helander Halle (4 days ago)
+Divergent Evolution How has capitalism killed anyone?
neo8378 (6 days ago)
Jake Karpinski (9 days ago)
OCASM Hahahaha! Oh man, you can't be serious.
Lugh Summerson (10 days ago)
The relationship between capitalism and freedom is that capitalism is the freedom of some to take away some of the freedoms of others.
OCASM (10 days ago)
Leo Schlichter lol, we haven't even scratched the surface of the Earth and you think we have depleted its resources already. Then again, capitalism doesn't require infinite growth, just freedom. Another lie told by commies.
Lvl99 WhiteMage (10 days ago)
This is what happens when ideology trumps science. So many of these policies would do the OPPOSITE of what they are trying to accomplish like redistribution schemes and investing in wind and solar. Why wont these guys see that top down solutions do not work.
Patrick Laughlin (9 days ago)
+M.C. Davey B. well said, thank you
M.C. Davey B. (9 days ago)
The first link you show actually contradicts your point. The emissions caused by solar power are 300x lower compared to the emissions of fossil fuel. In fact, according to that article, the most emissions actually come from fossil fuel factories. As for wildlife deaths you refuse to mention how fossil fuel from semi trucks, factories, and other sources have caused EXTREME increases in asthma across the U.S. lowering certain life expectancies for people (and wildlife) with respiratory issues.While I disagree with your opinion on Solar Energy I 100% agree with Nuclear Fusion. Just by reading an article on it I'm excited to learn more and show others. While we all have differing opinions we can all agree on the ultimate goal, the reason we watched this video in the first place, and we can agree to set aside those differences to give future generations a safer, healthier and longer lasting planet to enjoy.
Sean Ahlenius (10 days ago)
+Lvl99 WhiteMage nuclear fusion is the goal.
Lvl99 WhiteMage (10 days ago)
+malcolmthebear well for example when he says "renewables" im pretty sure he means wind and solar and those dont help lower carbon emissions like people think they do. https://www.livescience.com/2324-solar-power-greenhouse-emissions-measured.html or they lead to wildlife deaths https://www.audubon.org/news/will-wind-turbines-ever-be-safe-birds http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-solar-bird-deaths-20160831-snap-story.html What really needs to have more investment in nuclear fusion which has the potential to be cheap(and plentiful) to fuel, clean, and can be placed anywhere.
Captain Heat (10 days ago)
+malcolmthebear thinking that respreading the wealth making everyone more poor is a good thing
Sonali Sharma (10 days ago)
Timothy Wilson (10 days ago)
That moment you realise you've just been trolled 13:21😂👍
Achozzi (10 days ago)
Talk all you want, but China WILL NEVER back down on what they're doing. They're like that kid at school that asks you for food, but doesn't give you any when you ask it.
OCASM (10 days ago)
Central planning by unelected bureaucrats.
666Tomato666 (6 days ago)
+E K or the majority of voters that want environmentally concious decisions are suppressed and put into the minority... but, nah, that's not possible in a country that has so much democracy it exports it to other countries /s
E K (7 days ago)
Well considering the amount of idiots more interested in drama series, loud engines, and FPS, these unelected people are simply taking the initiative when the majority are complacent. Silence sometimes is consent it seems.
Bob Quigley (10 days ago)
Good comment, we can't stand the Koch brothers, american enterprise instute, cato institute, federalist society, hoover institute, or the other unelected bureaucrats either! Welcome aboard dear brother
Joshua Boutilier (10 days ago)
I love this. Having a real model with predictions for various paths we can take into the future does so much to take the hand waving out of conversations about which policies we should advocate for. I would love to see this, or similar work, become mainstream knowledge. It would do so much to help pressure our policy makers to make good decisions if we pushed for their adherence.
John Doe (7 days ago)
This man makes a living promoting the idea that none of you should be allowed to make a living. How noble.
Joshua Boutilier (9 days ago)
​+NietzscheanMan I don't support communism. Economic growth and innovation under capitalism seems to be one of the key things we need to combat climate change, as well as the other issues we face. That said, I have difficulty taking this response as more than a troll.
NietzscheanMan (9 days ago)
Communism kills, how much more bodies do you need to see on the pile before your willing blindness is satisfied.
e4r (10 days ago)
I want to clear my throat.
Zoely :3 (9 days ago)
Me too
TheInfamousTroll (10 days ago)
Sonali Sharma (10 days ago)
WoU SHoU TV (10 days ago)
Goood video
SuperTjizzy (10 days ago)
We need communism
hermanwahsletn (9 days ago)
True, but today we call it "alarmism".
NietzscheanMan (9 days ago)
Communism kills, how much more bodies do you need to see on the pile before your willing blindness, greed and vanity is satisfied.
Genosse Leelnin (10 days ago)
I was summoned! Where are the means of production to seize?
paskowitz (3 days ago)
No, what we really need is fewer generic and impetuous statements of no consequence.
Achozzi (10 days ago)
you most definitely do NOT want communism
Jim Griffiths (10 days ago)
Can they fit more Agenda 21 trigger words in the title? _EDIT: __00:56__ - Oh, I see. More trigger words here._
Bob Quigley (9 days ago)
wear your tunfoil hat abd the 'trigger' words are changed to unicorn puppy Santa etc
Should change the name of this YouTube channel from TED to "PED" (As in PEDophile).
William Edmiston (10 days ago)
Why, what happened?
יובל זרצקי (10 days ago)
Eyes 2 C ministries (10 days ago)
NWO coming to a “community” near YOU!!! Funny how goal 13 looks like an Eye... get it?
Stephan Sockel (10 days ago)
I suggest you dig a bit around to find out what meaning the term "NWO" originally had when it first became popular (hint: Alex Jones). Then you might see that it had a totally different meaning. Today its just a buzzword devoid of any meaning and thus suitable to be used as a vehicle for any conspitracy theory you prefer.
*We are all born mad. Some remain so.* *–Charles Bukowski*
+Bikiron Yes, that's serious illness.
Bikiron (10 days ago)
+DiscoverYourAwesomeness , Bro ,Charles Bukowski was so right when he quoted those lines. The world actually is an asylum where majority of us are infected by this disease " Material Madness ".
+Bikiron You are right, I will. I am editing this post as a matter of fact. All the best! :)
Bikiron (10 days ago)
+DiscoverYourAwesomeness , I love your quotes . I just made a simple joke . Just a small advice , plz also write the name of that person who quoted the lines.
+Bikiron Just trying to promote my channel bro. :)
Ron Hahahaha (10 days ago)
Paris agreement failed politically motivated people work
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Ron Hahahaha (10 days ago)
Politically driven goals that will never come to reality
Kacper Pawlikowski (10 days ago)

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