Anthropocene now: influential panel votes to recognize Earth's new epoch.

  title={Anthropocene now: influential panel votes to recognize Earth's new epoch.},
  author={Meera Subramanian},
‘Atomic Age’ would mark the start of the current geologic time unit, if proposal receives final approval. Atomic Age would mark the start of the current geologic time unit, if proposal receives final approval. 
Introduction: What might we mean by the Anthropocene?
  • Rita Brara
  • Philosophy
    Contributions to Indian Sociology
  • 2021
‘[T]here is no power relation without the correlative constitution of a field of knowledge, nor any knowledge that does not presuppose and constitute at the same time power relations.’ (Michel
Is ‘Anthropocene’ a Suitable Chronostratigraphic Term?
  • E. Luciano
  • Environmental Science
    Anthropocene Science
  • 2022
Over the past two decades, the term ‘Anthropocene’ has ignited widespread academic and public interest. Since 2009, the term has been considered on stratigraphic grounds by the Anthropocene Working
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In his essay ‘The Souls of White Folk’, written generations before the International Stratigraphy Committee would begin debating the Anthropocene concept, W.E.B. Du Bois (1920: 29) made an
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