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Rethink : How We Can Make a Better World

Rajan, Amol
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Ebury Publishing (BBC Books)
Published: January 6, 2022
ISBN: 9781785947186
352 pages
Country of publication: United Kingdom

£9.99

After darkness, there is always light In a time of increasing uncertainty, Rethink offers a guide to a much-needed global ‘reset moment’, with leading international figures giving us glimpses of a better future after the pandemic. Each contribution explores a different aspect of public and private life that can be re-examined – from Pope Francis on poverty and the Dalai Lama on the role of ancient wisdom to Brenda Hale on the courts and Tara Westover on the education divide; from Elif Shafak on uncertainty and Steven Pinker on Human Nature to Xine Yao on masks and Jarvis Cocker on environmental revolution. Collectively, they offer a roadmap for positive change after a year of unprecedented hardship. Based on the hit BBC podcast, and with introductions by presenter and journalist Amol Rajan, Rethink gives us the opportunity to consider what a better world might look like and reaffirms that after darkness there is always light. RETHINK List of contributors nWHO WE ARE Carlo Rovelli – Rethinking Humanity Pope Francis – Rethinking Poverty Peter Hennessy – Rethinking Democracy Anand Giridharadas – Rethinking Capitalism Jared Diamond – Rethinking a Global Response Ziauddin Sardar – Rethinking Normality The Dalai Lama – Rethinking Ancient Wisdom C.K. Lal – Rethinking Institutions Jarvis Cocker – Rethinking an Environmental Revolution Clare Chambers – Rethinking the Body Steven Pinker – Rethinking Human Nature Tom Rivett-Carnac – Rethinking History Jonathan Sumption – Rethinking the State WHAT WE DO David Skelton – Rethinking Industry Emma Griffin – Rethinking Work Caleb Femi – Rethinking Education Gina McCarthy – Rethinking Activism Tara Westover – Rethinking the Education Divide Kwame Anthony Appiah – Rethinking the Power of Small Actions Charlotte Lydia Riley – Rethinking Universities K.K. Shailaja – Rethinking Development Samantha Power – Rethinking Global Governance KT Tunstall – Rethinking the Music Industry Rebecca Adlington – Rethinking the Athlete’s LifeBrenda Hale – Rethinking the Courts Nisha Katona – Rethinking Hospitality Katherine Granger – Rethinking the Olympics David Graeber – Rethinking Jobs James Harding – Rethinking News Carolyn McCall Rethinking Television HOW WE FEEL Mohammad Hanif – Rethinking Intimacy H.R. McMaster – Rethinking EmpathyCarol Cooper – Rethinking Racial EqualityPaul Krugman – Rethinking Solidarity Amonge Sinxoto – Rethinking Safety Reed Hastings – Rethinking Togetherness Kang Kyung-wha – Rethinking Accountability Lucy Jones – Rethinking Biophilia Colin Jackson – Rethinking Our Responsibility for Our Health Mirabelle Morah – Rethinking Ourselves Nicci Gerrard – Rethinking Old Age Brian Eno – Rethinking the Winners Jude Browne – Rethinking Responsibility Elif Shafak Rethinking Uncertainty HOW WE LIVEAmanda Levete – Rethinking How We Live Niall Ferguson – Rethinking Progress David Wallace-Wells – Rethinking Consensus Margaret MacMillan – Rethinking International Cooperation HRH The Prince of Wales – Rethinking Nature Onora O’Neill – Rethinking Digital Power Matthew Walker – Rethinking Sleep Henry Dimbleby – Rethinking How We Eat Eliza Manningham-Buller – Rethinking Health Inequality Pascal Soriot – Rethinking Medical Co-operation Xine Yao – Rethinking Masks George Soros – Rethinking Debt Mariana Mazzucato – Rethinking Value Douglas Alexander – Rethinking Economic Dignity WHERE WE GO Peter Frankopan – Rethinking Asia Stuart Russell – Rethinking AI DeRay McKesson – Rethinking the Impossible V.S. Ramachandran – Rethinking Brains Seb Emina – Rethinking Travel Aaron Bastani – Rethinking an Aging Population Rana Foroohar – Rethinking Data Anthony Townsend – Rethinking Robots

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