This is the best time to become a supporting member 


a national nonprofit journalism campaign supported by MacArthur Foundation, The Democracy Fund, Knight Foundation, and others will double all Anthropocene memberships and donations from now until Dec 31st

$10 = $20
$35 = $70
$60- = $120
$250 = $500

Gift memberships available at $35, $60, and $250

Andrew Revkin

Frances Cairncross
Former environment editor, The Economist

Brandon Keim
Freelance Science Writer

Taylor Dimsdale
Head of Research, 3EG

Member Benefits
Beautiful Print Issues

Put up your feet. Relax. Turn the pages. Anthropocene in print is the perfect antidote to the infinite scroll. We will craft several beautifully designed print issues each year—exclusively for contributing members.

Early Access to Stories

With our “On Assignment” newsletter, members get to hear about—and contribute to—stories before they are publicly released.

Exclusive Conversations

Members get invitations to online and in-person conversations with authors and the scientists and entrepreneurs featured in our stories.

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:

Shayan Barmand

Jonathan Boynton

Frank Burgess

Jennifer Cherrier

C.C. Culver

Simon Dalby

Dori Drachman

Kimberly K. Egan

Thomas M Goforth

Robert “Doc” Hall

Steven Hallam

Wesley Hartman

Janet Hering

Laura Huenneke

Keegan Iraia

Stephen D Jamieson

Barbara Kohm

Keith Lenard

Carl Page

Diane Pataki

Rakhi Rajani

Rebecca Rose

Claire Rusowicz

William and Catherine Simpkins

Mark Stafford Smith

Greta Van Susteren

Jutta von Stieglitz

Ngozi Unuigbe

Michael Wade

Michael L. Williams

Chris Wolz

Susan Wyckoff

Kathleen Zarsky

Note: If you’d like to discuss other levels of support or if you would like to remain anonymous, please email kathy.kohm(at)

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