Articles about Travel, Sustainable Food, The Art of Listening and more in this week’s list:
Why travelers need to rethink their attitude to travel – There is no doubt that travel is one of the worst affected industries by the pandemic. While the industry is cautiously reopening, the recovery is going to be slow. And there is a strong likelihood that things might never go back to ‘normal’. As this articles states, “Each of our individual drives to travel will be different, but as we’re all likely to travel less, it’ll be a lot more important to really understand why we want to travel somewhere so that we can really appreciate it.”
How to feed the world without destroying the planet – This is an article from last year, but still very pertinent. As the world’s population is expected to touch 10 billion by 2050, the article looks at what would need to change across the way we produce and consume food to ensure that everyone has access to a healthy diet.
Coordination Problems: What It Takes to Change the World – “It’s possible to change things on a large scale if we are able to communicate on a much greater scale. When everyone knows that everyone knows, changing what we do is much easier.”
How to Disagree Well – Of late, I have started to see more articles trying to connect observations while working at home (typically related to family) with business situations. This is one such post. Worth a quick read.