TEDxURI brings big ideas to the world stage through the inspirational voices of our community and beyond, and our speakers challenge us to think bigger than ourselves, participate in shaping the future, and do our part in protecting the planet.
With this vision in mind, TEDxURI 2021 will focus on decoding the language of climate. Leading climate scientists, philosophers, researchers, policy makers, and artists from around New England will welcome viewers into their world, sharing their unique experiences with and perspectives of this multi-faceted issue. Meet the presenters.
Attendees will be mesmerized by stories of glass ocean robots, the engineering of wastewater, consumerism, and more.
TEDxURI: Decoding the Language of Climate will be presented in two parts on March 20 and April 3, 2021.
Both events will be live streamed at 7:30pm and are free of charge.
Simply register below and you will be sent a link to watch the stream.Register Here
In 2021, TEDxURI will be virtual and streamed online. The event is traditionally held at the Richard E. Beaupre Center for Chemical and Forensic Science at the University of Rhode Island’s main campus in Kingston.