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The Anthropocene Debate: Why is Such a Useful Concept Starting to Fall Apart?

The point is not that the Anthropocene should be abandoned—clearly it’s had its uses. But should it be a call-to-action for climate researchers and activists alike? 

Turning 21 in the Anthropocene   

An invitation for young people to participate in their future.

Does Anthropocene science blame all humanity?

Little support for actual Malthusian policies can be found in scientific literature about the Anthropocene. Population growth is included as one element of the Great Acceleration, which it obviously is, but it isn’t identified as the main problem.

Hijacking the Anthropocene

How the anti-green ‘Breakthrough Institute’ misrepresents science to advance a technocratic agenda and undermine grassroots environmentalism.

Towards the Permacene

We can take the next step in our evolution, a step towards the Permacene.

Ptolemaic Environmentalism

Neo-green environmentalism is holding onto the core belief in the rightfulness or inevitability of a human-governed planet.

Madonna in distress: the new planetary portrait

Mother Earth has a never-before-seen portrait now on show, thanks to three pieces of planetary-scale research published this week.

Economics of the Anthropocene     

 Joshua Farley presenting at the Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth conference.

Lives Not Our Own

Keeping the Wild was conceived to confront the notion of human hegemony and also to join the growing conversation within the conservation movement about the so-called Anthropocene.

The Anthropocene and Techno-Utopia  

From Berlin, top enviro journalist Christian Schwagerl on his controversial new book The Anthropocene: The Human Era and How It Shapes Our Planet. Then two eco-feminists, Charlene Spratnak and Susan Griffin on "Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth."

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