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The Edit: Return to the Moon
The Edit

The Edit: Return to the Moon

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

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23rd Feb 2024

The planet’s pulse, a US spacecraft finds its new home and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • Did the year 2020 change us forever? The Covid-19 pandemic affected us in millions of ways. But it evades the meanings we want it to bear – New Yorker
  • A US-built spacecraft lands on the moon for the first time since 1972. For the first time in a half-century, the aptly named Odysseus has found its home – The New York Times
  • Great leaders balance ambition with humility. How to find a better balance between our desire to achieve and the qualities that earn more respect from colleagues – HBR Podcast
  • Indexing the information age. Over a weekend in 1995, a small group gathered in Ohio to unleash the power of the internet by making it navigable – Aeon
  • Taking the pulse of the planet. Monitoring biodiversity from space as we do the weather: a global satellite scheme aims to fill the gaps to target protection of our seas, soils and wildlife – The Guardian
  • How we became addicted to therapy. And lost our tolerance for everyday stress – The Atlantic
  • How can business help to support refugees? Hamdi Ulukaya is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Chobani. He discusses with the CEO and Co-founder of Leaders on Purpose Christa Gyori the importance of purpose  – The Beautiful Truth 

“It’s faint, but it’s there. So stand by, folks. We’ll see what’s happening here.”

Tim Crain, CTO of Intuitive Machines (builders of Odysseus)