"Tortoise is a response to two problems The daily noise: we are overwhelmed by information. The problem isn’t just fake news or junk news, because there’s a lot that’s good – it’s just that there’s so much of it, and so much of it is the same. In a hurry, partial and confusing. Too many newsrooms chasing the news, but missing the story. The power gap: the divide between the powerful and the powerless is widening. We feel locked out. Alarmed by the lack of vision, hungry for leadership in business, technology and society. We believe in responsibility; we care about dignity.".
2. South by South West
Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. South By Southwest dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals.
Through a series of invitation-only events, Summit fosters a global community of entrepreneurs, academics, athletes, artists, astronauts, authors, chefs, engineers, explorers, philanthropists, spiritual leaders, scientists, and beyond.
4. Anna Jones: A modern way to cook
Anna Jones is a cook, writer, the voice of modern vegetarian cooking and the author of the bestselling A Modern Way to Eat, A Modern Way to Cook, The Modern Cook’s Year, and most recently, One. On her website you can find her blog, recipes, videos, books and more.
Notion is an all-in-one workspace for you (free) or your team. The idea is that under one tool, everyone sees the whole picture and nothing gets lost. Your team can collaborate in real time, invite and share with one another, embed current tools and much more.
6. Crowd DNA
Crowd DNA uses various methods ranging from narrated galleries to citizen journalism to conduct a variety of crowd sourced case studies in the latest trends and topics.
Substack aim to build a better future for writing. They believe you read what matters and good writing is valuable. When readers pay writers directly, writers focus on doing work they care about most. Readers, as a result, can also be more selective with how we consume information, honing in on the ideas, people, and places we find most meaningful.
Founded in 2021, Every deliver a bundle of business focussed newsletters that they write analysis and commentary on from the perspective of the practitioner. Every serves curious and ambitious readers in every industry, every job function, and every topic in business. Every believe that the stories told today shape businesses of tomorrow.
9. The Verge
The Verge examines how technology changes life in the future for a massive mainstream audience.
10. Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Stay pop culture savvy with NPR’s guide to TV, books, movies, music and more, sent weekly."
11. Non Obvious Insights
Rohit Bhargava curates a newsletter that includes 5-6 under appreciated brilliant stories you may have missed throughout the week. He promises to send one email weekly, every Thursday, with non-obvious stories to help you see the world differently and in a more interesting light.
12 The Prof G Show
Scott Galloway believes we live in a 'winner-take-all' economy. In his Prof G Show, Scott answers his lsiteners questions on winning and losing, and how you can get ahead. No mercy, no malice takes on how to get a leg up in the world of business. In each episode, you'll hear contributing or alternative insights from professors, practitioners and entrepreneurs.
13. Yale Climate Connections
A website and podcast that explores the latest news and research on climate change, as well as solutions and strategies for mitigating its impacts. The content is accessible and informative, with a focus on practical solutions.
14. Wunderman Thompson
Wunderman Thompson Intelligence has created a think tank for the futures tank Wunderman Thompson. Their team identifies new consumer behaviors, and upcoming innovation in lifestyle sectors. By using a holistic approach to research and strategy, they are able to present the world with the most current insights.
15. Fast Company
"Fast Company is the world’s leading business media brand, with an editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, world changing ideas, creativity, and design. Written for and about the most progressive business leaders, Fast Company inspires readers to think expansively, lead with purpose, embrace change, and shape the future of business."
16. The Future Laboratory
A consultancy that believes in the future, The Future Laboratory is focused on trend forecasting, consumer insights, brand strategy and innovation. They work to help clients adapt current trends and stay relevant in an ever changing consumer market.
17. The Guardian Environment Section
The Guardian's environment section covers climate change, sustainability, and environmental issues in Europe and around the world. It offers news, analysis, and opinion pieces from journalists and experts.
18. Harvard Business Review
"Harvard Business Review Group Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through its flagship magazine, books, and digital content and tools published on HBR.org, Harvard Business Review aims to provide professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to help lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact."
19. The Atlantic
The Atlantic covers news, politics, culture, technology, health, and more, through its articles, podcasts, videos, and flagship magazine. The Atlantic look for the truth above the story and go beyond what happens to find what matters by embracing a diversity of perspectives and immersing themselves in the world rather than escaping from it.
20. The Energy Gang
A podcast that explores the latest developments in clean energy and sustainability, as well as the business and policy implications of the transition to a low-carbon economy. The hosts are experts in the field and offer insightful analysis and commentary.
ZED is a platform for marganilised voices across the globe. They publish content for an international audience of thoughtful and engaged readers and thinkers. ZED publish a range of content from general interest books to highly specialised scholarly research. ZEDBooks is for socially and politically meaningful books, published for general readers as well, as the academic market, with writers from around the world. ZEDScholar is for ZED's scholarly output is geared towards our mission of making the academy and academic publishing more diverse, inclusive and international.
Gates Notes is a hub for Bill's thoughts on pressing global issues and potential solutions. Gates shares thoughts about the people that he meets, the books that he is reading, and what he is learning in hope others join in on the conversation to improve global health and tackle climate change. You can watch videos, subscribe to e-mails, view photo essays and more.
23. Desert Island Discs
Eight tracks, a book and a luxury: what would you take to a desert island? Guests share the soundtrack of their lives. On Desert Island Discs, guests explain their choices and discuss key moments in their lives, people and events that have influenced and inspired them and brought them to where they are today.
24. Guernica Mag
Guernica is an award-winning non-profit magazine focused on the intersection of arts and politics. Run entirely by a staff of volunteers, Guernica is also the grateful recipient of federal and private support. A home for incisive ideas and necessary questions, we publish memoir, reporting, interviews, commentary, poetry, fiction, and multimedia journalism exploring identity, conflict, culture, justice, science, and beyond.
25. Industry Dive Publications
Industry Dive help decision-makers stay ahead in competitive industries by producing the business world's most respected journalism. Their insights spark innovation, fuel growth and shape agendas in every industry we cover.
26. European Environment Agency
The European Environment Agency provides information on the environment in Europe, including climate change, sustainability, and environmental policy. It offers reports, data, and indicators to inform decision-making and policy development.
Medium is an open platform where 170 million readers find insightful and dynamic thinking. On Medium expert and undiscovered voices alike dive into the heart of any topic and bring new ideas to the surface. Medium's purpase is to spread these ideas and deepen understanding of the world by having their community write and read on their platform.
28. Into the Woods: How Stories Work and Why We Tell Them
We all love stories. But why do we tell them? And why do all stories function in an eerily similar way? John Yorke, creator of the BBC Writers' Academy, has brought a vast array of drama to British screens. Here he takes us on a journey to the heart of storytelling, revealing that there truly is a unifying shape to narrative forms - one that echoes the fairytale journey into the woods and, like any great art, comes from deep within. From ancient myths to big-budget blockbusters, he gets to the root of the stories that are all around us, every day.
29. The Browser
Every day the Browser Newsletter scans hundreds of articles to recommend five outstanding stories for you to enjoy, so you'll always have interesting things to ponder and fascinating ideas to discuss at dinner.
30. Reasons To Be Cheerful
Reasons to be Cheerful is a non-profit editorial project that is tonic for tumultuous times. Many of these reasons come in the form of smart, proven, replicable solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. Through sharp reporting, our stories balance a sense of healthy optimism with journalistic rigor, and find cause for hope. Reasons to be Cheerful are part magazine, part therapy session, part blueprint for a better world.
31. HBR Idea Cast
A weekly podcast that covers topics such as leadership, entrepreneurship, technology, and decision making. Each week.
32. Business of Purpose
We’re keen to be your companion on your journey to deliver on your purpose. How? Let us help you connect you to your purpose-soulmates, further learn about the latest on purpose-driven business, experience this new way of doing business and create an impact in the real world. So you can and will make a difference. Amen. Now let’s get to work, even if it’s from your living room for another couple of months 😉. Let’s go.
33. Renegades: Born in the USA
A podcast featuring a series of conversations between President Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen about their lives, music, and enduring love of America.
34. In Search of Black History with Bonnie Greer
I’ve listened to this podcast so many times now, and every time I find something new, insightful and inspiring there. This podcast challenges perceptions of who we are and where we come from, how we think about race, whether race is even a thing, how slavery has become a twisted prism through which we view antiquity and more, and more, and more. Excellent stuff.
35. The Syllabus
Eveygy Morozov's tailored 'expert guide to the digital public sphere', brilliantly categorised, beautifully designed, plus you get your own 'cabinet' if you pay.
Genius service that sends regular emails with highlights you've made in Kindle/Pocket/Medium etc., plus suggestions of other things to read.
37. The New York Times Newsletter
A variety of options allowing you to receive customizable content in the form of a newsletter straight to your email.
38. Climate Home News
iClimate Home News is a news organization that covers climate change and sustainability issues in Europe and around the world. It offers in-depth reporting and analysis of policy, science, and technology developments.
39. "Money Stuff" by Matt Levine
Matt Levine's newsletter "Money Stuff," for anyone who wants to understand financial markets a little better. It's a daily newsletter that's very well written and always helps me learn something new.
40. Sociology of Business
Same goes for Ana Andjelic' "Sociology of Business" newsletter, which sometimes shares stuff you already know, but often gives you a new angle.
41. Future Crunch
Traditional keynotes and workshops, as well as professionally produced, interactive digital presentations to present new knowledge.
42. Trends 24
Twitter's trending hashtags by the hour based on geographical location.
43. It's Nice That
It’s Nice That believes passionately that creative inspiration is for everyone, and by championing the most exciting and engaging work online, in print and through our events programmes, we want to open up this world to the widest possible audience. Their platforms that reach nearly two millioin people each month include the It’s Nice That website, a bi-annual magazine, and our monthly talks series, Nicer Tuesdays. You can also register for various newsletters or simply browse their shared articles.
44. This is Colossal
"Called the “Tate Modern of the Internet,” Colossal is an international platform for contemporary art and visual expression that explores a vast range of creative disciplines. With an archive of over 6,700 articles written by seven contributors, we pride ourselves in celebrating the work of both emerging and established artists through an ongoing commitment to make art accessible to everyone. Our coverage explores visual culture through the latest in fine art, design, modern craft, street art, photography, illustration, science, and animation."
45. Little White Lies
Movie Reviews & Articles, designed.
46. Climate Action Network Europe
Climate Action Network Europe is a network of NGOs that works on climate change and sustainability issues in Europe. Its website offers news, policy analysis, and events related to EU and national climate policies.
47. Effective Altruism
A broad community of people working on a diverse set of projects with a common goal: doing as much good as possible.
48. Delayed Gratification
A magazine that tells you about global events after they've happened, with research, infographics and well written pieces - the opposite of fake and on demand news!
350.org is a grassroots organization that works on climate change issues, including reducing carbon emissions and transitioning to renewable energy. Its website offers information on its campaigns, actions, and events, as well as resources for individuals and communities to get involved in climate activism.
50. Making Sense with Sam Harris
Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores some of the most pressing and controversial questions of our time.
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