Hannah Ritchie is the head of research at Our World in Data, a website that publishes research and data to “make progress against the world’s largest problems”. It’s a fantastic resource, bringing together readable, user-friendly, open-source graphics and articles. Ritchie’s highly praised book Not the End of the World offers her ‘apolitical’, data-driven reading on “how we can be the first generation to build a sustainable planet.”

The majority of Not the End of the World is staple Our World in Data. Each chapter delves into a different environmental metric, such as ...


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