“I don’t think we’re going to make it,” John Doerr proclaims, in an emotional talk about climate change and investment. Spurred on by his daughter, who demanded he fix the mess the world is heading for, he and his partners.

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  1. I have finished watching this video completely.


    I am a Taiwanese who cares about the global affairs.


    And, sadly, most of my fellow Taiwanese don't really care about the world.


    Hopefully Taiwan can become increasingly globally-aware and globally-competitive.


    God bless Taiwan.


  2. Talking, outpouring of emotions and commenting on places like YouTube accomplishes next to nothing.
    Roll up your sleeves, study and learn science and engineering, outwit the corrupt profiteers and others who really couldn't care less about anyone but themselves, and git 'er done.
    It's what I've been doing over the past 50 years. While I can look back and see things I would do differently, I have peace of mind the opposition will never know.

  3. just my words, take and understand however you want to, This man really does care about the world he is leaving behind. This is the message he is sending. It's not so much about his life but rather his children's lives. This is the heart of what this movement is all about.

  4. Why does he look so angry? Is it because more and more people start to see through the dangerous human caused global warming swindle? Or is it because his investment buddies on Wall Street and Silicon Valley are becoming exposed?
    CO2 is going to kill you, yeah, right!

  5. Crocodile tears. What a bunch of complete and utter bullshit this, and the whole bullshit so-called environmental movement, is.

  6. hey, thats may right. but in this world the most oft the people act because of money.and you cant tell me the oil industry and so on do not behave like they do becuas of the money …and they interupt the changing to the green technology.
    and of course taking the subway etc. is cheaper than having a car – at least in germany.
    and i although think, that the green technologies are still at a kind of beginning because it would cost some ritch people pretty much money if its not.

  7. Great, the reduction of so called green house gases is good for the economy of California? This is why the fools in Sacramento passed AB32 & why the buffoon governor signed the legislation. Well what are the results? California is is free fall. Manufacturing is leaving because the cost of energy & regulation of the type that Doerr is supporting. CA has $100 Billion Budget Deficit & 12% unemployment & it's only going to get worse. Where are the green jobs John? Solyndra? What a fool this guy is.

  8. Well what do you want to happen? What should people do? And can't you recognize that this guy has a VERY big financial interest in so called "green" technologies that are very expensive and do not produce much energy? That's a huge decrease in our standard of living & well being. This guy is mega rich & he can afford to have solar panels or $100K electric car. I know about this guy. He lives in a palatial estate and probably uses at least 20X the amount of energy the average American does.

  9. What a load of manure. The climate is either warming or cooling. Stasis has never been the norm on planet earth. The climate has been continuously changing for 4.5 billion years. The forces are cosmic in nature & are many orders of magnitude greater than anyt impact man has had. What we see here is a manipulator. This guy and his ilk are using junk science to try and scare the hell out of people so that they will follow a path that will be in the best interest (financial) of a lot schemers.

  10. Too bad TED talks pulls the viewers in the direction of the talk. The participants are also pulled 1000 ways each year

  11. there are so many acitivsts trying to galvanize people but at the climate change summit nothing happens.
    when one says "you have to go green!" the people just dont care or say they have too little money to do that. im just a student but im buying eco-cloth, get clean power and i always take the subway. i think everyone is capable of doing that.

  12. doesn't brazil use sugar cane which grows very very easy down south? they have a growing season all year round so they have a competitive advantage in making ethanol??

  13. @nealeu Have you noticed the CO2 rise has occured on the same graph points as the rapid deforestation, the two are in tandem. No polititions seem interested in stopping deforestation though.


  15. CF bulbs full of mercury made in China. I thought you might have real solutions with this video, but it is an advertisement for BMW (big corporation) and Walmart (big corporation) with a desire to drain the taxpayers dry. No talk of cleaning up the water, no talk of using methane gas for fuel, no talk of getting Monsanto to stop polluting with their toxic chemicals. Sorry this is a big FAIL.

  16. It's not personal action that is going to fix it. Yes, it would help a lot of everyone cut their energy usage, but broader political regulation is needed. Hence all of the cap and trade efforts. Gore knows that. His movie was more about personal initiative, but now he has moved toward the realm of political movement, which is far more important. So it's not about a handful of people voluntarily being more efficient. It's about getting the whole world to be greener.

  17. It is good to acknowledge the other big problems our world has besides the energy / environment problem. But they are all linked to some extent. Models project that an additional 400,000 Africans will die from civil war brought on by climate change by 2030. This will be due to different peoples fighting over the diminished resources as a result of famine and drought. Hunger can be slowed by addressing climate change. As can the economy – employing smarter technology will produce many jobs.


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