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Anthropocene is reader-supported journalism. That means that a significant portion of our operating costs comes from people like you—people who believe that it is time for environmental journalism to start playing offense (not just defense) and report rigorously on viable solutions to the big problems of our time. We put everything we’ve got into all of our stories because they need to be told. But we can’t do this kind of groundbreaking journalism without your help.
Former environment editor, The Economist
Freelance Science Writer
Head of Research, 3EG
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Join the Editors Circle
Donate $250/year and make a profound impact on the launch and the success of Anthropocene. We’ll recognize Editors Circle members online and in print. Click here >>
Editors Circle Members:
Robert “Doc” Hall
Stephen D Jamieson
Bill and Nancy Liggett
Michael Quinn Patton
William and Catherine Simpkins
Jutta von Stieglitz
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