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The Upside of Uncertainty: A Guide to Finding Possibility in the Unknown
By Dylan Schleicher
The level of uncertainty we are all living through can feel debilitating. Nathan Furr and Suzanna Harmon Furr help us navigate it all by helping us understand that there are opportunities inherent in it, and giving us tools and strategies for opening ourselves up to and creating them.
The Emotional, Financial and Health Toll of Being the First and Only
By Jennifer R Farmer
Our community tends to celebrate when one of our own breaks through. But there is an underbelly associated with being the first. Have we even counted the costs? They include academic, emotional, health and physical costs.
Books to Watch | July 19, 2022
Radically Human: How New Technology Is Transforming Business and Shaping Our Future
Technology advances are making tech more . . . human. This changes everything you thought you knew about innovation and strategy.
Milked: How an American Crisis Brought Together Midwestern Dairy Farmers and Mexican Workers
By Jasmine Gonzalez
Milked focuses on how farmers and immigrants have been pitted against one another, but in many ways, it is a broader metaphor for how all Americans are pitted against each other. Yet it is not about the doom and gloom of it all—it is about hope.
It's Not Too Late: Transitioning to a Low-Carbon Economy
By Seth Godin
Sustainable technologies must overcome the initial hurdle of adoption and infrastructure in order to create the necessary change. Only then can they achieve lock-in to begin to reverse the underlying threat of climate change.
A Q&A with Doreen Cunningham
By Emily Porter, Doreen Cunningham
An extraordinary memoir, we follow Doreen Cunningham through the frigid landscapes of the Arctic following Indigenous whalers, to her journey tracking grey whales along the West coast with her two-year-old son.
Books to Watch | July 12, 2022
The Carbon Almanac: It's Not Too Late
When it comes to the climate, we don’t need more marketing or anxiety. We need established facts and a plan for collective action.
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
By Gabbi Cisneros
Sam, Sadie, and Marx's stories may begin in similar places, but it becomes evident how a significant part of their lives is determined not by their goals but by their mindsets. They rely on virtual lives over physical, at least until the two become more intertwined.