Refers to the idea that the earth has entered a new geological epoch characterized by humanity’s collective transformation of the earth system. Natural systems cannot be seen as separate from human systems. The Anthropocene has already come to serve as a fruitful but contested contextual condition for understanding ongoing changes in the earth system. The distinctive character of the Anthropocene gives rise to the possibility that previous modes of governing environmental change may no longer be fit for purpose.

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