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The Edit: Moving Forwards
The Edit

The Edit: Moving Forwards

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
24th Mar 2023

What the IPCC report means for the future of the climate crisis and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • “Act now or it’s too late.” The IPCC report, made by world’s leading climate scientists, says only swift and drastic action can avert irrevocable damage to the world – The Guardian
  • How to judge the ROI of your sustainability efforts. The benefits of sustainability don’t always show up on the balance sheet – Raconteur
  • What conversation can do for us. Our culture is dominated by efforts to score points and win arguments – New Yorker
  • “Perhaps she will not spoil the atmosphere after all.” Some of the first female traders recount how they started on the floor of the exchange – Financial Times
  • Cortisol, the stress hormone, and what it really does to the body. Cortisol imbalances may not be responsible for the various ailments that are being proposed – The New York Times
  • Becoming more collaborative, when you like to be in control. The overconfident, decisive leader must go through a mindset change – Harvard Business Review
  • Dyslexia: one of the creative industry’s greatest hidden assets. Rather than a setback, dyslexia can be a super power in an industry where creative and visual thinking are vital – Creative Review
  • In search of happiness. Christopher Boyce spent years studying happiness. Here’s what actually makes for a happier life – The Beautiful Truth 

“Our world needs climate action on all fronts: everything, everywhere, all at once.”

António Guterres, UN secretary general