Ep. 27 GRETA THUNBERG
Release Date: 03/18/2019
"**Scenes that can only be performed, they can't be read**".info_outline Ep. 34 AARON SORKIN (Part One)
"The story doesn't really begin until you've introduced the intention".info_outline Ep. 33 Sir DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
"Nothing stays the same and it can't remain the same".info_outline Ep. 32 BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH
"Enjoy the journey of life and not just the end game".info_outline Ep. 31 MARK RONSON
"Take the things that you love and build on them."info_outline Ep. 30 JEREMY WAITE
"You can change the world just by sharing your story".info_outline Ep. 29 Sir DAVID BRAILSFORD
"There is no 'I' in team (but there is a 'Me')".info_outline Ep. 28 CHRIS HADFIELD
"It's really important to remind ourselves that impossible things happen".info_outline Ep. 27 GRETA THUNBERG
"We can't save the world by playing by the rules".info_outline Ep. 26 STEVE JOBS
"You can change the world just by sharing your story".info_outline
"We can't save the world by playing by the rules".
In August last year, hardly anyone knew who Greta Thunberg was. A few months later, she's inspiring millions of people to campaign governments around climate change and has been nominated for a Nobel prize. What did Greta do to become so influential in such a short period of time? And what can we learn from the way that she did it? Let's take a look...
- Greta's story [WIKIPEDIA]
- How to analyse one of your talks with IBM Watson
- Nominated for a Nobel Prize
- Greta's TEDxStockholm Talk [11 mins]
- @TEDxStockholm on twitter with no idea what's about to happen
- Per Espen Stoknes on 'Apocalypse Fatigue'
- Follow Greta on Twitter
- Photos and placards from the #FridaysForFuture march
- Kairos - "A supreme moment which one must act..."