A great read on how all of us can improve our public discourse. Author James Hoggan speaks with notable researchers, academics, and public leaders on how our toxic state of public discourse came to be, and gets their recommendations for how to change this - as the title says "how to clean it up".
Hoggan brings his own experience of the public discord surrounding climate change as the thread to weave together the chapters.
There are many good points in the book about how to structure conversation, writing, and dialogue to decrease political polarization. Many of them I'll be taking to heart myself.