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The Edit: The World Tomorrow
The Edit

The Edit: The World Tomorrow

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

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21st Oct 2022

Transforming ecosystems, rethinking carbon and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • The corals of tomorrow. A warming planet and acid oceans will radically transform marine ecosystems – Aeon
  • The stubborn persistence of paper in a digital world. Paper, the persistent artefact, shows that we still like doing business face to face – Financial Times
  • A polar bear’s migration. A documentary follows polar bears as they clash with a gaggle of tourists, wildlife officers, and the residents of a small Canadian town – New Yorker Video
  • How does Gen Z see its place in the working world? American 18-24 year olds report high rates of mental-health challenges, and worries about the future – McKinsey
  • Managing teams in the new world of work. Employers are increasingly aware of the vital role that line managers play in hybrid and remote-working contexts – Raconteur
  • How HR lost employees’ trust – and how to get it back. When employees have concerns, they aren’t turning to HR, according to a new study – Harvard Business Review
  • The best work of panoramic photographers around the world.  Winners of the 2022 Epson International Pano Awards – The Atlantic
  • The untold story of carbon’s circularity. Unilever uncovers how we can produce less CO2 without sacrificing our use of carbon-based products – The Beautiful Truth

“Leave the door open for the unknown, the door into the dark. That’s where the most important things come from, where you yourself came from, and where you will go.”

Rebecca Solnit