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Curated byJorge Patino, Hark Editor

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The Advent of Humans & the Anthropocene

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What's the Anthropocene? Listen to David Kattenburg’s sonic exposition of the advent of humans on Earth and the effect we’ve had on the planet.
The Advent of Humans & the Anthropocene

Ideas

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How Crawford Lake Marks the Start of the Anthropocene

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The Guardian’s environment editor Damian Carrington explains how a lake in Canada can prove the beginning of the Anthropocene and its official recognition.
How Crawford Lake Marks the Start of the Anthropocene

Science Weekly

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The Anthropocene & the End of Nature

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Is the familiar contrast between people and the natural world still possible? Philosophy professor Simon Lumsden has the answer.
The Anthropocene & the End of Nature

Philosopher's Zone

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Storytelling as a Geological Force

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Michael Osborne explores how our capacity to pass down information and knowledge across generations has given us the power to shape the Earth.
Storytelling as a Geological Force

The Good Dirt: Sustainability Explained

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We Are as Gods

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Science author Beth Shapiro dives into the constant influence humans have over the trajectory of life on the planet.
We Are as Gods

Generation Anthropocene

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The Last of Us

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Listen to John Green’s sobering and touching reflection on humanity’s temporal range and inevitable end.
The Last of Us

The Anthropocene Reviewed

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