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TED(指Technology, Entertainment, Design在英语中的缩写,即技术、娱乐、设计)是美国的一家私有非营利机构,该机构以它组织的TED大会著称。TED诞生於1984年,其发起人是里查德·沃曼。
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第28期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-13
I would just like to say as an African woman that I believe the diet that we need is really to remove the crazy belief that there is anything wrong with a nice backside. No, I am teasing about that. There is nothing wrong with a woman of size.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第27期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-13
But if had to give my opinion about meat, I think first, the most important thing is to say that we dont have to have perfect food, but maybe it can also not be poison. Maybe we can have some middle ground for that.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第26期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-12
Like, not that theres anything wrong with that, but my mom, shes like, like, why do you have to wear pants that, like, objectify your body? I like my pants. Like, I like my voice. Like, shes like, why do you have to talk like Talk like what?
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第25期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-12
kind of thinking about this concept of the future and that, you know, all around the world parents are kind of telling their small children, please, you have to eat that, you know, I have slaved over a hot 3D printer all day so that you can have this meal.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第24期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-11
What are your top five favorite songs right now? All right, well first of all, Imma say, you know what Im saying, Im the only dude up here right now. My name is Rashid, and I never been at TED before, you know what Im saying.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第23期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-11
Who do we got? Hi, um, okay, hi everybody. My name is Nereida. I just want to say first of all that dating is never boring under any circumstance. But I am very excited to be here right now, so I am just trying to remind myself that
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第22期:未来掌管着什么?2015-02-10
First of all, for those of you who are not familiar with my work, I create multicultural characters, so characters from lots of different backgrounds. So before the present is the new future, a bit about the past is that I grew up in a family that was multi-everything
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第21期:石油真正的代价2015-02-10
We need to ensure that these wetlands and forests that are our best and greatest and most critical defense against global warming are protected, and we are not releasing that carbon bomb into the atmosphere.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第20期:石油真正的代价2015-02-09
This would put a pipeline to take natural gas from the Beaufort Sea through the heart of the third largest watershed basin in the world, and the only one which is 95 percent intact. And building a pipeline with an industrial highway would change forever this incredible wilderness, which is a true rarity on the planet today.
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第19期:石油真正的代价2015-02-09
This is one of the reasons why Canada, originally a climate change hero -- we were one of the first signatories of the Kyoto Accord. Now were the country that has full-time lobbyists in the European Union and Washington, D.C. threatening trade wars when these countries talk
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第18期:石油真正的代价2015-02-08
And the Athabasca River drains downstream to a range of Aboriginal communities. In Fort Chippewa, the 800 people there, are finding toxins in the food chain, this has been scientifically proven. The tar sands toxins are in the food chain
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第17期:石油真正的代价2015-02-08
The oil produced from either method produces more greenhouse gas emissions than any other oil. This is one of the reasons why its called the worlds dirtiest oil. Its also one of the reasons why it is the largest and fastest-growing single source of carbon in Canada
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第16期:石油真正的代价2015-02-07
And I think particularly now, as we see ourselves in a time of environmental crisis, we can learn so much from these people who have lived so sustainably in this ecosystem for over 10, 000 years. In the heart of this ecosystem is the very antithesis of all of these values that weve been talking about
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第15期:石油真正的代价2015-02-07
The worlds largest and most devastating environmental and industrial project is situated in the heart of the largest and most intact forest in the world, Canadas boreal forest. It stretches right across northern Canada, in Labrador
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第14期:慈悲心与感同身受的真正涵义2015-02-06
If compassion is so good for us, why dont we train our health care providers in compassion so that they can do what theyre supposed to do, which is to really transform suffering? And if compassion is so good for us, why dont we vote on compassion?
该音频有LRC字幕 TED演讲 第13期:慈悲心与感同身受的真正涵义2015-02-06
That compassion is actually an inherent human quality. It is there within every human being. But the conditions for compassion to be activated, to be aroused, are particular conditions.