A friend sent me a link to a Rolling Stone article, “The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares are Already Here.” It’s a relatively complete and accurate synopsis of the state of our climate-changed world today. Fair warning – it’s a dismal read that you may find upsetting before you sit down to . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: The Point of No Return?
Human civilization has undoubtedly changed the surface of the planet on a massive scale. There will be evidence of our civilization’s impact for millions of years to come. This may not strike you as good news considering it implies we’ve altered the planet in a way only nature itself could have done.
The good news . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: We Are in the Anthropocene Epoch
Many academic journals charge a subscription fee that is out of reach for the common person, which means that independent researchers and students are at a disadvantage when it comes to accessing information. Elementa aims to make research about the anthropocene era we’re in freely accessible for everyone.
Elementa follows the example of organizations . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Open-Access Science Growing in Reach