We read social posts and blogs on sustainability, we share them, we like them, we tag our friends. We think about it, we want to know more about it and we share thoughts about it. We invest our time in knowing more on how to protect our planet. We accept less of the solutions given and question more. Are the things we do, the things we should be doing?
The opinions of others will continue to clash but the integrity of your thoughts should stay strong. Stand up for what you believe in and stand up for our world. Question the views of others and plan for tomorrow. Time is going faster, it’s a fluid and precious aspect of life. It feels like we’re running. It’s what we do with our time and our thinking that counts.
The time to think is now over. It is time for action. Immediate action. Planet act thinks less and does more. It’s how we act. Don’t wait. Do more. Join the movement. Planet act.
Sit down less. STAND UP MORE.
React less. ACT MORE.
Accept less. QUESTION MORE.
Waste less. SAVE MORE.
Today less. TOMORROW MORE.
Panic less. PREPARE MORE.
Break less. BUILD MORE.
Exist Less. LIVE MORE.
Talk less. ACT MORE.
The Speakers .
Govert Schilling has spent his life exploring the stars. A science journalist by trade and a passionate astronomer by heart. He has shared his passion for astronomy through various articles and books, but recently also through his own television program
Carola Rackete is a German ship captain who works for the German sea rescue organisation Sea-Watch. Fortune called Rackete the "fresh new face" of the European migrant crisis. In June of 2019, she was arrested for docking a migrant rescue ship
To dig up the truth we must accept less, and question more. Bette Dam, Dutch journalist & author, wrote a book about one of the most mysterious people in the world of terrorism, Mullah Omar. By cross checking sightings and
Toine Heijmans, the multi award winning columnist, editor and novelist who’s made a credible stamp with his input writing for Volkskrant will take the stage at this year’s TedxAmsterdam. A writer who’s work is heavily infused by the experience he’s
Once in a small Dutch town, called Utrecht, Charles Groenhuijsen studied history. He always had a passion to understand how we get to where we are today. A drive to learn the reasons behind events that impact how we see
In times where topics like climate change, deforestation and mass migration can be overwhelming, artist Thijs Biersteker turns scientific research into empowering interactive art installations. As an artist and tutor at the Technical University Delft, he works together with universities and