Anthropocene – Innovation in the Human Age is the new print, digital and live magazine from Future Earth. This publication is the first of its kind to focus specifically on the Anthropocene, a new epoch in the geologic history of the planet named for humanity’s influence on the globe. It will tap the best minds in international science journalism to explore the question: How can human innovation help to create a world we actually want to live in?
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The magazine’s first issue takes a close look on innovation in cities – why we may need to evolve how we think about e-waste, what the future of self-driving cars looks like and how art installations can deliver clean water and energy. And read a new story from veteran New York Times journalist Andrew Revkin. In “An Anthropocene Journey,” he explores how his own views on the Anthropocene, and those of scientists, have evolved over time.