In Well and Good, Australian social scientist and researcher Richard Eckersley examines the facts and feelings that determine how we live now. What makes us happy, and what sustains us in good health? What do governments miss when they rely on economic measures to assess progress? What effect does global political uncertainty have on our sense of well-being? Is it true that we are losing our moral intelligence? He looks at where the headlong tumble of technological change could be taking us - and suggests how we might start to wrest back some control.