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Below is a guest post from Megan Meacham, a former Masters student at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, on the final day of the recent Stockholm Nobel laureate symposium. The final day of the symposium, titled The Stockholm Dialogue on Global … Continue reading
Will Steffen and I gave contrasting talks in a Mock Court on the meaning of the Anthropocene at the 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium on Global Sustainability in Stockholm. The talks are now online, along with other talks from the symposium … Continue reading
The New Scientist adapted graphs from Will Steffen’s and others 2004 Global Change and the Earth System: A Planet Under Pressure for their feature How our economy is killing the Earth. The three graphs show first how various drivers of … Continue reading
A visualization of the great acceleration from the Encyclopedia of the Earth article Evolution of the human-environment relationship by Costanza and others. Figure 1. Selected indicators of environmental and human history. While this depiction of past events is integrative and … Continue reading