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What Do We Do After the Pandemic?

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We've made a mess of the systems we depend on and can't go on like this. WPC Book #2 asked contributors to survey the landscape and address the systems change they believe would most benefit humanity. Chapters look back on the 'before' and the 'during,' and put forth a mix of concrete and abstract suggestions aimed at pointing us down a better path for the 'after.'

Book #2
Kindle Edition, 96 pages
Expected publication: July 4th 2021 by Wicked Problems Collaborative
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Henk-Jan van der Klis
In this second book by the Wicked Problems Collective, a loose affiliation of thinkers, journalists, and researchers, a compilation of ideas are offered to answer the question What Do We Do After the Pandemic? Is there a need for a great reset, a unique chance to not let a good crisis get wasted? How could we get rid of misinformation and propaganda? Is there an alternative to the neoliberalism and laws of capitalism that ruled? Can the world become a better place for us and our children?

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Janalyn Prude
Jun 13, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Prior to reading this book I hadn’t heard of the wicked problems collective and since I’ve read this I’ve also read another book by them and plan to read many more. However in this book what to do after the pandemic? It talks about how people reacted differently to the coronavirus happening and what we should do now. It also talked about those who really prove their worth during the pandemic from reporters to neighbors and medical professionals. This pandemic really caused a problem for everyone ...more
Jun 16, 2021 rated it really liked it
I found What Do We Do After the Pandemic? interesting.

The fifteen chapters, from a different authors, and a different writing style, although two were using the word Precarity
It's not in Kindle's New Oxford American Dictionary, or in the Merriam Websters 11th on my computer.
Found in Wikipedia: "" if you want to know.

The ebook file size ‏ : ‎ 2853 KB
Print length ‏ : ‎ 96 pages
15th chapter has a long list of other things to read at the end.

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Chris Oestereich is the founder and editor of the Wicked Problems Collaborative, a loose affiliation of thinkers and doers that are tackling some of humanity's biggest issues. He tends to focus on social and environmental issues from a systems-thinking perspective and works to integrate these concerns in his writing and teaching, as well as through the zero waste/circular economy work that he does ...more

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