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Order from the Routledge website, currently with with a limited time 20% discount (UK paperback price £19.99=>£15.99). With the discount may well be cheaper than ordering from a local bookseller or Amazon site, anywhere in the world, even after adding in postage.

To order in the UK:

To order in the USA:

  • From Amazon USA (Currently $39.63 paperback – it’s actually slightly cheaper to order from the UK site, even with shipping costs)
  • From a local bookshop in the USA through, click on the UK link above, then click on the flag (top right) to transfer to the US site (I can’t get a direct link to place here, because I’m in the UK, and their website second-guesses me and always transfers me back to the UK site when I try to get a US site link)

To order in Australia:

For the last two decades there has been growing evidence on what human beings need to both feel good and function well. As we emerge now into a new world and navigate through uncertainty we have the potential to move forward, informed by this science. As the spread of the virus and the response to it has shown, this is not just about individuals, we exist in wider interconnected systems. So in this book we have explored what the science of wellbeing means for our communities, education systems, workplaces, the media, health systems, the economy and beyond. There is evidence too that when we truly flourish so will the planet. This book is about hope and a call to action to make the world the kind of place we want to live in. Our aim is to inspire readers to see why we urgently need a different approach to how we live our lives and to begin to make changes individually and with others. We give a flavour of the main issues and offer a set of evidence-based principles that underlie human wellbeing. We also offer practical ideas based on these principles that can be applied to create positive change in different areas of life. We invite readers to reflect on how the ideas presented relate to your own experiences and how you can generate further strategies for action.