Tag Archives: anthropocene

Move to recognise human epoch – ‘The Anthropocene’

The Anthropocene, the geological epoch when humans have had an overriding influence on the earth and its atmosphere, is a step closer to being formally recognised as a geological period – and apparently it all started in 1610!  (image from … Continue reading

Posted in Threats and extinction | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Engaging hearts and minds to reverse the biodiversity crisis

Lets us be in no doubt – we are in the midst of the greatest biodiversity crisis the world has ever seen. The rate of extinction today is greater than at any other time in the history of life on earth. … Continue reading

Posted in Managing Biodiversity, Threats and extinction, Valuing biodiversity | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments