31 min

Into the Science Into the Anthropocene

    • Society & Culture

Dig deeper into the science of the Anthropocene. No PhD required, we promise.
What are the top ten things you need to know now about the science of our changing planet? We talk to Jan Zalasiewicz and Colin Waters, geologists from the Anthropocene Working Group, and Gaia Vince, author of the award-winning book Adventures in the Anthropocene. Warning: You may never look at your pen the same way again. For more information: Anthropocene Working Group: http://quaternary.stratigraphy.org/working-groups/anthropocene/. Gaia Vince’s book, Adventures in the Anthropocene and her other projects: https://wanderinggaia.com/. This episode was produced by Nadia Abraham, Shiralee Hudson Hill and Matthew Scott at the Art Gallery of Ontario. For more information on the podcast and the Anthropocene exhibition, visit our website: www.ago.ca.

Dig deeper into the science of the Anthropocene. No PhD required, we promise.
What are the top ten things you need to know now about the science of our changing planet? We talk to Jan Zalasiewicz and Colin Waters, geologists from the Anthropocene Working Group, and Gaia Vince, author of the award-winning book Adventures in the Anthropocene. Warning: You may never look at your pen the same way again. For more information: Anthropocene Working Group: http://quaternary.stratigraphy.org/working-groups/anthropocene/. Gaia Vince’s book, Adventures in the Anthropocene and her other projects: https://wanderinggaia.com/. This episode was produced by Nadia Abraham, Shiralee Hudson Hill and Matthew Scott at the Art Gallery of Ontario. For more information on the podcast and the Anthropocene exhibition, visit our website: www.ago.ca.

31 min

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