Who is behind Anthropocene?
Is there a print version of Anthropocene? How can I get it?
Yes, we plan to produce 2 per year. The only way to receive the print editions is to become a member.
Can I buy an individual copy of the print version?
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Do you ship print issues worldwide?
Can I sign up as supporting member, but skip the print issue?
Absolutely. Simply sign up at whatever level you like and send us an email. You will receive our eternal gratitude but no mail.
How can I obtain permission to reprint one of your articles?
Please contact us with details about what material you’d like to reprint and how it will be used. All Anthropocene content is copyrighted and requires permission be granted before being reused in any way.
Do you have opportunities for advertising and sponsorship?
We don’t sell traditional advertising, but we do offer sponsorship opportunities. To learn more, please see our sponsorship kit and contact Josh Tewksbury (josh [dot] tewksbury [at] futureearth [dot] org) or Kathy Kohm (kathy [dot] kohm [at] futureearth [dot] org).
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How do I renew my Anthropocene membership?
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What happened to Conservation magazine?
We ceased publication of Conservation magazine with the Fall 2014 issue. Anthropocene is the evolution of Conservation. For the past 15 years, Conservation has built a national reputation for editorial and design excellence, producing stories around solutions rather than problems. Anthropocene will continue that tradition and expand upon it. We’ll bring you stories about the people and projects leading the way to a decarbonized economy, climate resilient cities sustainable food production for a world of 9 billion, cohabitation with wild species, and more.
Can I still read Conservation magazine articles?
Yes, our entire 15-year story archive is still available online. We do not offer back issues for sale at this time.
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