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  • 27 May 2020
    John Parham

    Deadly Intimacies: Covid and the Anthropocene

    ‘I do not intend to conflate ecological with epidemiological calamities, though of course they can be intimately linked’, wrote Anahid Nersessian in 2013. Can we, though, compare Covid-19 to the Anthropocene, the proposal that we have entered a new geological epoch marked by humanity’s indelible alteration of the Earth: its rock strata, ecosystems, atmosphere?   The […]

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  • 20 Sep 2016
    Andrew Goudie, Heather Viles

    Sculpting the Earth

    Landscapes of the Anthropocene So it seems that the Anthropocene is really here and the Holocene is over. Humans have significantly altered the surface of the Earth. Geologists in the Working Group on the Anthropocene reported to the International Geological Congress in Cape Town at the end of August 2016 that there is now clear […]

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