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An Anthropocene Journey

The word “anthropocene” has become the closest thing there is to common shorthand for this turbulent, momentous, unpredictable, hopeless, hopeful time—duration and scope still unknown

By Andrew C. Revkin

You could be forgiven if you thought the European Union—historically a leader on low-carbon finance and policy efforts—would have a competitive edge in clean energy markets. But you would need to think again.

By Taylor Dimsdale

You could be forgiven if you thought the European Union—historically a leader on low-carbon finance and policy efforts—would have a competitive edge in clean energy markets. But you would need to think again.

By Taylor Dimsdale

Habitat With Humanity

3D Printed Bricks

could be the building blocks of modern, sustainable architecture

Researchers dig into the efficacy of urban agriculture

By Sarah DeWeerdt

Science Fiction in the Anthropocene

The ultimate literature of the imagination calls upon us to do more than merely invent or imitate the apocalypse

By Vandana Singh

How We Think about E-Waste Is in Need of Repair

China and Ghana are looking less and less like electronic wastebaskets and more and more like leaders in a powerful, informal green economy

By Adam Minter

Anthropocene in print is the perfect antidote to the infinite scroll.

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