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Earth Day and all the other days

Today is Earth Day, a day on which we demonstrate our support for environmental protection across the world. More than 1,5 billion people participate in environmental awareness-raising events in more than 190 countries. Like Earth Hour, which took place a…

Neanderthal nostalgia

Over the last year or two, I’ve noticed how both Neanderthals and the distant human past have started appearing over and over again in discussions of life in the modern world. At the core of this Paleo-revival is a belief…

The new natures of the Anthropocene

Easter is a good opportunity to contemplate the death and resurrection of nature. One of the most prevalent narratives about nature in the Anthropocene is one of decline – of species extinction, biodiversity loss, degraded ecosystem services, encroachment on wilderness…

Finn Arne Jørgensen blogs

Finn Arne Jørgensen will be blogging from 25 March to 7 April. He is a historian of technology and environment and a founding member of Umeå Studies in Science, Technology, and Environment (USSTE). He will blog about the idea of…