SOLD OUT: Damaged Landscapes of the Anthropocene - the cost of living in the modern world

10 March 2015, 7.30 PM - 10 March 2015, 8.30 PM

Merle Patchett

Churchill Hall, Stoke Park Road, Stoke Bishop,Bristol, BS9 1JG

Merle Patchett (School of Geographical Sciences) is giving this as part of the Best of Bristol Lecture Series.

We live on a human-damaged planet. So much so that scientists worldwide are increasingly recognizing this period of human disturbance of the Earth's ecosystems as a new geologic epoch named the Anthropocene. In this lecture we will explore this provocation by visiting some of world's most human-disturbed landscapes and by asking ourselves if we can continue to inhabit the earth in this way?


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