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TED Talks – The secret to a happy life — lessons from 8 decades of research

The happiest and healthiest people are those who have warm connections with others, says psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, who leads the Harvard Study of Adult Development — one of the longest-running studies of adult life ever conducted.

The most popular TED-Ed Lessons of 2022

The most popular lessons of 2022 from TED-Ed, TED’s youth and education initiative

Today’s TED Talk – How Millennials and Gen Z Can Invest in a Better Future

Millennials and Gen Z will inherit 30 trillion dollars of wealth in the coming decades, and what they do with their money will have an incredible impact on the future of the planet, says impact investor Miguel Goncalves.

Today’s TED Talk – How Great Leaders Take On Uncertainty – Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud

In a constantly changing world, it’s impossible for leaders to provide employees with the assurance they want, says Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud.

TED Talks – Jane Fonda: How to transform your climate concern into action

Hear why she decided to bring her climate activism into the electoral arena after decades of marching, protesting and civil disobedience — and how anybody can join in and stand up for change.

Today’s TED Talk – Whose land are you on? What to know about the Indigenous Land Back movement

Land thrives in Indigenous hands, and there are real, tangible ways you can help return what was stolen by colonizers from tribes across North America. Indigenous scholar Lindsey Schneider addresses the ill-gotten legacy of settler colonialism with an introduction to the Land Back movement: the push to return stewardship of the Earth to its rightful guardians and restore balance to ecosystems for generations to come.

Podcast – What the Last Decade Has Done for the Walkability Movement

In 2012, Jeff Speck’s Walkable City sparked a conversation about why pedestrianized places matter and became one of the best-selling books about the built environment in recent memory. Ten years later, though, so much about the world has changed — even as human-centered communities have become more important than ever.

A virus-resistant organism — and what it could mean for the future

What if we could use the power of DNA to create a sustainable, circular economy?

Recommended TED Talk – Why I have coffee with people who send me hate mail

Cekic has an enormous heart – and there is great wisdom in what she says. With gentle humor, she encourages a novel way to deal with that scourge of social media – hate mail. This talk is both powerful and inspiring.

TODAY’S TED TALK – Is humanity smart enough to survive itself?

With quick wit and sharp insight, writer Jeanette Winterson lays out a vision of the future where human and machine intelligence meld — forming what she calls “alternative intelligence” — and takes a philosophical look at our species, asking: Are we smart enough to survive how smart we are? (Followed by a Q&A with TED’s head of curation Helen Walters)