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This book pushes readers to reassess the ways people are talking "and writing about the anthropocene Differentiating the anthropocene phenomenon a set about the anthropocene Differentiating the anthropocene phenomenon a set physical manifestations that pose challenges humans and anthropocene discourse the ways people discuss the phenomenon and its implications they urge readers to get beyond prevailing myths that keep people from addressing the anthropocene predicament as Julia Adeney. A proposal to reframe the Anthropocene as an age of actual and emerging coexistence with earth system variability encompassing proposal to reframe the Anthropocene as an age of actual and emerging coexistence with earth system variability encompassing human dignity and environmental sustainabilityIs this the Anthropocene the age in which humans have become a geological force leaving indelible signs of their activities on the earth The narrative of the Anthropocene so far is characterized by extremes emergencies and exceptionsa tale of apocalypse by our own hands The sense of ongoing crisis emboldens policy and governanc. Thomas has called it as well as they Leaping
Here And There The Authors Take Reader On A and there the authors take the reader on a dizzying traipse through a dappled collection of stories arguments and fields of inuiry Now and again we pause to ponder how myths coherent pictures of how things came to be how people should act and the symbols that express these worldviews explain much of what people say and do in this time of urgency Indigeno. E responses that challenge established systems of sovereignty and law The once unacceptablegeoengineering technology for example or authoritarian decision makingare now anticipated and even demanded by some To counter this Amanda Lynch and Siri Veland propose a reframing of the Anthropoceneseeing it not as a race against catastrophe but as an age of emerging coexistence with earth system variabilityLynch and Veland examine the interplay between our new state of ostensible urgency and the means by which. ostensible urgency and the means by which.
Amanda H Lynch ¹ 2 SummaryUs myths particularly those of Australian indigenous
groups promise to take people beyond narrow framings While the authors argue for grappling with problems promise to take people beyond narrow framings While the authors argue for grappling with problems justice their focus is discursive and institutional Power and interests are oddly absent in calls for institutions to facilitate discussions that will necessarily be full of strife and et as the conclusion reiterates had best bring people to centrist compromise. This urgency is identified and addressed They examine how societies including Indigenous societies have understood such explore how extreme weather and climate weave into the Anthropocene narrative; consider the tension between the short time scale of and the longer time scale of sustainability; and discuss both international and national approaches to Anthropocene governance Finally they argue for an Anthropocene of coexistence that embraces both human dignity and sustainability.