Skip to 0 minutes and 8 seconds[BREATHING] We take 20 thousand breaths a day To extract the oxygen from the air that we need to live. Wake up the next morning, the oxygen's still there. There's an invisible world A life support system which gives us this clean air, fresh water, fertile soil, rich biodiversity, a stable climate, and a phenomenal recycling system. I'm Professor Tim Lenton, from the University of Exeter. And I'm Dr Jo Elworthy from the Eden Project. And together, we're going to be teaching you about the incredible Invisible Worlds that provide this life support system for us.
Skip to 0 minutes and 46 secondsInvisible Worlds is also an exhibition here at the Eden Project, where scientists like myself work with communicators, artists, designers, writers to bring those Invisible Worlds to our senses and to explore a fresh perspective on our life support system. Because if we are to have a flourishing future on this planet, with all the magnificent life forms that we share it with then we need to see our place in the world in a new way. We need to think about how we interact with the rest of our life support system to create a better future together.