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We may have fallen out of love with our city homes, but cities are still going to be essential dwelling places for a growing population. International sustainability and wellbeing advocate, Claire Bradbury explores what we need to do to fall back in love with the city, and find our city homes again. Dwellbeing calls us to stand firm on the seven pillars we love and so desperately need from our city homes: wilderness, nourishment, movement, connection, dwelling, imagination and unity.More
We are all grieving something. We grieve when our life changes and we grieve on a larger level – for a lost way of life and for our planet. In this book, grief therapist Dipti Tait redefines grief – exploring her own experiences, both personal and professional, the science behind it and our complex relationship with it across the world. In doing so, she reveals how learning to navigate grief could be the gateway to building a more resilient and resourceful society, equipped to face whatever changes may come our way...More
The Great Melt: Accounts from the Frontline of Climate Change
The fate of the world’s coasts rests on a knife edge as global warming melts ice sheets and glaciers from the Alps to the Andes. The choices we make now will determine whether oceans rise by a coast-swamping one metre by 2100 or whether we can save our coastal communities. 'The Great Melt' is a wake-up call for action on climate change. It will bring the thaw to life by focusing on the...More
Friday is the New Saturday: How a Four-Day Working Week Will Save the Economy
Drawing on an eclectic range of economic theory, history and data, Pedro Gomes argues that a four-day working week will bring about a powerful economic renewal for the benefit of all society. It will stimulate demand, productivity, innovation and wages, whilst reducing unemployment and crushing populist movements. Friday will become the new Saturday, and we will never look back...More
A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions
Susan Denham Wade
Packed with fascinating insights and impeccably researched, 'A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions' investigates the story of seeing from the evolution of eyes 500 million years ago to the present day. Time after time, it reveals, inventions that changed how people saw the world ended up changing it altogether. Can our eyes keep up with technology? Have we gone as far as the eye can see?More
Stop Believing Bullshit and Actually Start Helping Yourself
'Stop Believing Bullsh*t' offers sense in place of the sparkling nonsense that permeates the inspiration industry. It exposes the unrealistic clichés and misleading mantras that frequently just make you feel bad, replacing them with evidence-based insights that are no less motivating, but are credible, reliable and, most importantly, scientifically tested...More
Mauro F. Guillén
Once upon a time, the world was neatly divided into prosperous and backward economies. We expected the rules to remain the same throughout our lifetimes, but that world – and those rules – are over. By 2030, a new reality will take hold. '2030' is both a remarkable guide to the coming changes and an exercise in the power of ‘lateral thinking’, thereby revolutionising the way you think about cataclysmic change and its consequences...More
Fuck Off, I’m Sewing!
Profanity Embroidery Group
Swearing is good for you. Stitching is good for you. It’s win fucking win. Once upon a time in the quiet coastal town of Whitstable, previously known for oysters and fingering, a bunch of unknown stitchers came together to sew, drink and swear. We bring you the highlights and lowlifes of the Profanity Embroidery Group. Inspired by Mrs Winchester who found a positive outlet for her frustrated negative energy. Beautiful stitching for a world that is fucked...More
Caroline Harris (editor)
'M-Boldened: Menopause Conversations We All Need to Have' is a book about menopause unlike any other. Its contributors, speaking from many different walks of life, open up the conversation in new and profound ways for people across the globe. Recognising menopause as a human rights issue that affects everyone everywhere, this book shapes a new courageous conversation about how we can and should view the menopause and midlife...More
Dare To Be Great
Celebrated Earth lawyer Polly Higgins was a luminary in the environmental justice movement as she worked to Stop Ecocide globally. She was a beacon for how to live the brave, bold lives that, at our best, we imagine for ourselves. Both a playful, inspirational conversation and a heartfelt, lived call, this book offers each of us a transformational roadmap through selfcare to Earth-care, and will empower you to unlock your potential and step out into the future...More
Part climate-change investigation, part travel memoir, 'Zero Altitude' follows top travel journalist Helen Coffey as she journeys as far as she can – all without getting on a single flight. Among trips by train, boat and bike, she meets climate experts and activists at the forefront of the burgeoning flight-free movement. Over the course of a year, she discovers that keeping both feet on the ground is not only possible but that it is also an exhilarating opportunity for adventure...More
What would a four-day working week mean for you, for employers and for society? Dr Pedro Gomes is an academic...
Climate Change – Code Red For Humanity From the deadly floods in Germany to scorching heat in Canada and a deluge in...
World-renowned barrister Polly Higgins proposed to the United Nations that Ecocide be made a crime. This Earth Day,...