The planet is in peril, and the time to act is now. Meet 8 TED Fellows who are spreading the message through their art.

Just like humans, fish have social networks too — and these could be key to helping protecting them and the coral reefs where they live, says marine biologist Mike Gil.

On 10.10.2020, 6 TED Fellows are unveiling art projects that will be on view for just 24 hours — a powerful reminder that the time to take decisive action on climate change is now.

Here’s an eclectic list, from scientists Ayana Johnson and Katharine Wilkinson, containing books, essays, a newsletter, an archival scientific paper and even legislation.

The key to being a successful activist is to understand the power you do and don’t have. No matter your movement, here’s how to take your strengths and use them to push for change, from climate activist Jamie Margolin.

We are never going to solve climate change — or a whole host of related challenges — without women, says political activist and actress Jane Fonda. She explains how to get involved and how the rest of us can support the women in our lives.

Fighting climate change can feel overwhelming, but what if action looked like something as small as planting a tree — or a forest? A forest can be grown anywhere, even in your own backyard. Shubhendu Sharma, an eco-engineer and TED Fellow, explains how.