Karen Lloyd [ 29 JUL 2019 | Microbiology ] It may seem like we’re all standing on solid earth right now, but we’re not. The rocks and the dirt underneath us are crisscrossed by tiny little fractures and empty spaces.
Miranda Wang [ 20 JUN 2018 | Waste Management | 15:33 ]At this point you’ve definitely seen pictures of the great Pacific Gyre every year over 12 million tons of plastics into our oceans it takes on average 500 to
Suzanne Simard [ 30 AUG 2016 | Biomimicry | 18:24 ] Imagine you’re walking through a forest. I’m guessing you’re thinking of a collection of trees, what we foresters call a stand, with their rugged stems and their beautiful crowns.
Janine Benyus [ 11 SEP 2015 | Biomimicry ] Life’s been on earth for 3.8 billion years and, in that time, life has learned what works – what’s appropriate here and what lasts here. The idea is that perhaps we
Rupert Sheldrake [ 15 MAR 2013 | Machine Learning | 18:20 ] The Science Delusion is the belief that science already understands the nature of reality in principle, leaving only the details to be filled in. This is a
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Tony Lovell [ 9 SEP 2011 | Carbon Sequestration | 20:45 ] explains the reasoning behind how more green growing plants means more captured carbon dioxide — more water — more production — more biodiversity — more profit. A 1%
Ichsani Wheeler [ 20 AUG 2011 | Carbon Sequestration | 19:53 ] Good morning everyone, my name is Ichsani. I’m here to tell you a story about carbon. It is a substance that gets referred to very often. I think
Michael Pawlyn [ 10 FEB 2011 | Biomimicry | 13:39 ] I’d like to start with a couple of quick examples. These are spinneret glands on the abdomen of a spider. They produce six different types of silk, which
John C. Warner [ 1 JUN 2009 | Waste Management | 1:07:45 ] is an American chemist, educator, and entrepreneur, best known as one of the founders of the field of green chemistry. Warner worked in industry for nearly a