Book Review: Simon L. Lewis and Mark A. Maslin’s The Human Planet: How We Created the Anthropocene
Keywords:Anthropocene, Human Planet
There is something tidy, even dialectical, about the narrative of a species evolving “to” transform a planet so radically that it departs from natural cycles that take place on geological time scales, then becoming self-aware as a geological force, then deciding to use this power for good—for justice and equality, for biodiversity, and for a stable climate.
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