Daily Archives: July 7, 2019

David Brooks and Karen Tumulty on Trump’s July 4 event, 2020 Democrats

Published on Jul 6, 2019
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty join Judy Woodruff to analyze the week’s political news, including President Trump’s Fourth of July celebration, political and cultural implications of the crowded detention centers on the U.S.-Mexico border and the latest dynamics within the race for the 2020 presidential nomination.

China’s Liangzhu Archaeological Site opens to public

OP-ED: Tomorrow’s children cannot afford Trump’s ignorance on climate change


Climate Change Divides Europe


UN official: US can’t ignore that climate change will force 120 million people into poverty | TheHill


Climate State Tipping Point – Official Trailer

Published on Jul 7, 2019
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The global man-made machines caused a disturbance for the planetary forces.

We are excited to announce a new Climate State release, an incredible feature film based upon the award winning Our Planet climate change documentary series by the WWF.

Climate State Tipping Point takes the viewer on a stunning eye-opening journey around the world, the film theme evolves around human existence in the Anthropocene, and is narrated by David Attenborough, Jennifer Sayang and Paul Narguizian.p

Leah Y. Parks – All Electric America: A Climate Solution and the Hopeful Future – Offstage Interview

Published on Jul 7, 2019
“All Electric America: A Climate Solution and the Hopeful Future by Leah Parks

Parks is currently VP of Business Development at OpConnect. OpConnect is an electric vehicle fueling solution provider dedicated to the reduction in greenhouse gases and air pollution through the electrification of transportation. Parks is also an independent consultant who works in the field of environmental engineering, science and policy solving problems in renewable energy and energy policy.

Parks recently co-authored the book, “All-Electric America: A Climate Solution and the Hopeful Future.” The book explains how making the transition to an all-electric, all renewable society by the year 2050 is necessary, practical, and achievable. It details on how an energy infrastructure powered by the sun and wind & running on electricity, for all our energy needs, will be reliable, cleaner, safer, and CHEAPER and will lead to a better energy future.

Parks was former editor for ElectricityPolicy.com and Electricity Daily, a journal that informed utility executives and commissioners about current events and the state of the electricity industry. As an engineer she worked on projects focusing on water distribution, water planning, and resource allocation.

She served on City of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s Environmental Policy Task Force, has carried out extensive research, has acted as an advisor for technology reports, and has written about innovations in energy storage, smart grid technology, and renewable energy.

She holds a Master of Science degree from Stanford University in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in International Relations.

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China 2019 – Promoting Responsible Leadership

Published on Jul 7, 2019
Leaders today have the choice between leaving a legacy that tackles the imminent climate crisis and addresses unprecedented levels of inequality, or one that risks ecological and societal collapse. How can leaders pave the way to set up the next generation for success? – Flemming Besenbacher, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Carlsberg Group, Denmark – Hao Jingfang, Founder, Fangjing Culture Studio, People’s Republic of China; Young Global Leader, Cultural Leader – Isabel Wijsen, Founder, Bye Bye Plastic Bags, Indonesia With – Jesse Appell, Intercultural Comedian, Laugh Beijing, People’s Republic of China; Cultural Leader – Adriana De Palma, Co-Investigator Researcher, Natural History Museum, United Kingdom – Henry Motte-Muñoz, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Edukasyon.ph, Philippines Moderated by – Nancie Zhu, Anchor, Phoenix Satellite Television, Hong Kong SAR, China

Christian nationalists have a plan – Alternet.org


Humanity on the Edge of Extinction | Anders Sandberg | TEDxVienna

Published on Dec 14, 2017
Existential risks are risks that threaten the survival or long-term flourishing of humanity. Avoiding them is an obvious top priority. But if a major catastrophe was to occur, what could we do to prevent humanity from going extinct? Can we ensure that survivors can rebuild civilisation? Anders Sandberg is a senior research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at the Oxford Martin School at Oxford University. His research centres on management of low-probability high-impact risks, estimating the capabilities of future technologies, and very long-range futures. He has a background in computational neuroscience, transhumanism, and future studies.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx