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The video is a journey through the last 250 years of our history and charts the growth of humanity into a global force on an equivalent scale to major geological processes. It was produced as part of the launch of the website with the same name, Welcome to the Anthropocene. The website is designed to improve our collective understanding of the Earth system and to inspire, educate and engage people about humanity's impact on Earth. Its unique combination of high-level scientific data and powerful imagery will help people visualize and better understand humanity's geographic imprint in recent time.
The video and its accompanying website is a collaborative project between researchers and communicators from some of the leading scientific research institutions on global sustainability:
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General news | 2017-07-20
Initiative is the first time that companies from Asia, Europe and the US have come together with the aim to end unsustainable practices
Research news | 2017-07-19
Financial markets example of how information flows are turning increasingly faster and more complex in the Anthropocene
Research news | 2017-07-11
More companies join largest seafood producers’ quest for ocean stewardship
Research news | 2017-07-02
Centre director Johan Rockström co-authors six-point plan for turning the tide of the world’s carbon dioxide by 2020
Research news | 2017-07-01
New study examines how a change in migration patterns of the northeast Atlantic mackerel led to intergovernmental dispute
Research news | 2017-06-29
Henrik Österblom is concerned about the ocean and engaged in ensuring that his work reaches outside of academia