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Mark Maslin Jun 25
protests have powerfully articulated that the roots of modern racism lie in European colonisation & mass slavery. Geographers & geologists can acknowledge this history by defining beginning with 16th century colonialism.
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Lego Lost At Sea Jun 8
Tiny animals saved from the waves. The sea lion is over 60 years old and the giraffe nearly 50 years old. Both were free in cereal packets. All found on Cornish beaches.
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Paul McAuley May 8
Permafrost crater, Siberia -- Katie Orlinsky. From:
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Christopher Cartwright Jul 28
As usual As expected In the , everything must go Nothing can be protected , it seems Central banks print money to give cheap loans to fishing companies, to buy cheap boats. Then, this happens (fishing just an example) So depressing
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Judith Beyer 🇪🇺 Jun 21
Long read by - but worth it! “Viruses teach us that we humans are really little more than a multi-species ecosystem among multi-species ecosystems — ponds among ponds. All regulated by viruses.”
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SAKET Jul 3
Human encroachment Vs Struggling wildlife. A representation of realities. 😢😢
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Andrew Watson May 6
When forced to move the end of his course (The Anthropocene: History of a Human Planet) online, students turned their final projects into an online exhibit. Go for a virtual tour of the !
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Paul Robbins Jun 30
From strip mines to habitat. Ecological design and restoration at work.
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EcoWatch May 31
A case for old growth forests..."Older often host much higher biodiversity than young forests and they store more carbon than young forests."--Nate McDowell, U.S. Department of Energy
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Scottish Opera Jul 13
This is your friendly reminder that you only have a few days left to catch our world premiere, on . You won't want to miss this thrilling expedition to the end of the world! Available to watch until Wednesday:
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Kenny Brophy Jun 27
Looks like we're going to be able to see the end of lockdown in the archaeological record.
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Mark Maslin Jun 25
The roots of modern racism lie in European colonisation and mass slavery ⛓️. It also started the human dominance of the planet & marks the beginning of . The roots of racism and our planetary emergency share a common cause.
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Population Matters Jul 28
in the Pacific Northwest are severely threatened by pollution, overfishing and ship traffic. We hope this much-needed pregnancy will result in a healthy baby. 🤞🐼🐬
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Annu Jalais Jul 2
In 21 hrs' time, again, this time with economists & scientists.. Anamitra Anurag Danda, Bappaditya Mukhopadhyay, Sankhanilay Roychowdhury, Subhash Chandra Acharyya & myself. Do tune in if interested
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Population Matters Aug 2
New US study shows the decline due to habitat loss, climate change and pesticide use is negatively affecting crop yields. High time to stop sawing off the branch we're sitting on.
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Racing Extinction Jun 29
After warning that Earth was entering a sixth mass extinction event in 2015, a new study says that crisis is speeding up and may take hundreds of animals from the world by 2040.
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KirsopTaylor Jun 25
Fascinating new blog from . Makes me wonder how notions of a 'supine civil service' & the 'centralised state with weak centre' are applicable to bureaucracy in the - where risk, crisis & complexity are magnified.
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HKW | Anthropocene Jul 7
We are happy to invite you to this open web platform, a common space that facilitates exchange, shares experiences, practices, and results, and offers a participatory knowledge base for a global community of research and education.
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Claudia Wultsch, PhD Jul 14
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Pascale Petit FRSL🌳🐅 Jun 4
My poem is today, 'The Anthropocene' from collection publ this Sept 🦚🌎🌏🦚 "A bride wears a train of three thousand peacock plumes She walks down the aisle like a planet
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