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Living in the anthropocene

Imagining the good Anthropocene

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01:23:45

Centre researcher Garry Peterson explains

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Humans are now the most significant driver of global change, potentially propelling the planet into a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. In this new situation, unsustainable patterns of production, consumption, and population growth are challenging the resilience of the planet to support human activity. The fundamental question is how our societies can develop in a just and safe way within the planet’s boundaries.

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