Re-conceptualizing the Anthropocene: a call for collaboration
Brondizio, Eduardo S.; O’Brien, Karen; Bai, Xuemei; Biermann, Frank; Steffen, Will; Berkhout, Frans; Cudennec, Christophe; Lemos, Maria Carmen; Wolfe, Alexander; Palma-Oliveira, Jose; Chen, Chen-Tung Arthur
Since it was first proposed in 2000, the concept of the Anthropocene has evolved in breadth and diversely. The concept encapsulates the new and unprecedented planetary-scale changes resulting from societal transformations and has brought to the fore the social drivers of global change. The concept has revealed tensions between generalized interpretations of humanity’s contribution to global change, and interpretations that are historically, politically and culturally situated. It motivates deep...[Show more]
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