TEDxYouth@AntarcticPeninsula (Photo: Garry Donaldson/Students on Ice)
Here at TEDx HQ in New York City, it’s a wintry wonderland — with the snow piled up and the wind raging, it’s hard to muster up the motivation to face the blustery outdoors.
If you’re like us — curled up inside trying to stay warm — how about a break from that Gossip Girl marathon for entertainment a bit more brainy? 9 TED/TEDx Talks to help you look at snow in a whole new way:
- Ken Kamler: Medical miracle on Everest
- Paul Nicklen: Tales of ice-bound wonderlands
- Nathalie Miebach: Art made of storms
- Ray Zahab treks to the South Pole
- Rob Dunbar: Discovering ancient climates in oceans and ice
- Lee Hotz: Inside an Antarctic time machine
- Ben Saunders: Why walk to the South Pole and back?
- Dale Stephens: From snow men to social movements
- Jeff Masters: The 9 biggest weather disasters in the next 30 years