22 Feb 2010
The TEDGlobal 2010 Conference will run between the 12–16 July in Oxford UK. If you want to participate in this positive event, now is the time to register.
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Headlines remind us daily of the political, economic and environmental woes facing the planet. But behind the scenes lie an amazing array of new ideas, new science, new technology, new social and political thinking, new art and a new understanding of who we are. When you put it all together, an entirely more hopeful view of the future emerges.
TEDGlobal 2010 is held over the course of four days in Oxford between the 12–16 July and will explore the surprising undercurrent of good news just below the surface of today’s troubling mainstream media headlines.…
Many of the remarkable architects of that future — those who are pushing the boundaries of what is known and expanding the possible — will join together, from all over the world, at TEDGlobal 2010 . Registration application requests are now open and you can find details on:
A full announcement of the program will be made in the months leading up to the conference. But here is an excerpt of their working sheet outlining some of the questions that they aim to consider while developing the TEDGlobal 2010 program:
- How do we cope with ecological debt?
- Does life have a price?
- Can technology avoid disasters?
- Is the world becoming free-er?
- Are we winning the war on cancer?
- Is kindness an art?
- Can music teach math?
- Are peacemakers getting stronger?
- Can ancient molecules tell us who we are?
- Can kids self-educate?
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