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Population Matters Jun 13
Humans plus their livestock now outweigh all other vertebrate animals on Earth by 99:1. Welcome to the .
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Bryan Jun 10
The epoch: have we entered a new phase of planetary history?
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jennifer mills 34m
Thanks to for this excellent overview of some recent climate-related fiction in the SMH
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Karim Lediwa 8m
Coupled human & natural systems (CHANS) are not a reflection of human-created causation().There's nothing design-oriented nor 'natural' in these unpredictable socio-ecosystemic linkages.The trajectory of climatically-linked industrial/corporate power has no precedent
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Travis Loop 13h
These are tough photos to look at...
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Simon Dalby 18m
With More Storms and Sea Rise, Which U.S. Cities Should Be Saved First? Walls are expensive, but these ones might be more useful than the one Trump wants to build!?
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pianist(⧖)~Planet🌏Titanic Jun 11
Replying to @CCLSVN
Cancer continuously prodding into an already Malignant-Open Wound: vs
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Wendy Broadgate Jun 12
Proud to see the graphs and concept used throughout the conference. Great discussions on the role of the arts in shaping our future
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Institute for Ecological Civilization 10h
“The Anthropocene Project is almost looking back from a projected future, from the future geologist investigating what will remain in the rock record long after we're gone. Here is a selection of photographs from the project.”
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Elisa von Joeden-Forgey, PhD 1h
70.8 million . This represents a massive of . The old systems that have characterized the are leading us towards disaster and must be replaced with wiser, gentler and more just people, practices and institutions.
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Julika Brand Jun 18
➡️"places of obvious, physical human incursions on the landscape"
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The End Of The World Party 3h
At least 330 million people are affected by in . Welcome to The New World
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Carine Emer 9h
Check it out how many millions of years of evolutionary history of seed-dispersal interactions we are losing in the in our latest paper
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. Jun 18
we are responsible irresponsible
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Simon Dalby 8h
BBC News - Spy satellites reveal extent of Himalayan glacier loss
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Prashant Hedao Jun 16
According to a recent scientific review, human beings have now produced enough concrete to cover the entire globe in a 2mm- thick layer.
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Dr. Leticia Soares 5h
Neat paper about the effects of defaunation on seed dispersal interactions in the 🇧🇷 Atlantic Forest. Very sad evidence of the vulnerability of evolutionarily unique interactions due to disturbances in the
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ArtisanEnglish.jp 16h
Single Lesson: Anthropocene? We are living in the Holocene era. Many scientists believe it's time to begin a new period called Anthropocene due to the changes that human activity has inflicted upon the earth.
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Foreground 4h
Our landscapes will need creative, big-picture change to survive the 21stC. Dutch landscape architect Dirk Sijmons explains the uniquely influential background of his practice in public landscape works of the Dutch government.
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Giovanna Gioli (जोवन्ना) 17h
: War & Geopolitics at the End of the World Introduction PDF available here:
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