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The nature/human web

ANTHROPOCEN: The combined effects of our environmental impact have become a force on a par with volcanoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, ice ages, floods and droughts. Can the 'anthropocene' as a concept, time phase and reality be interpreted at the intersection between (natural) science and politics today?

We live on a damaged planet

NATURE: At a time when national nature goals and international nature agreements have finally made it onto the agenda, problem formulations and value concepts such as those in this book by Sigurd Hverven are very important.

Thinking about the planet

ECOLOGY: With the planet as an anchor point, various themes are highlighted here – growth and non-growth, the anthropocene and our understanding of nature, tipping points, disasters and possible futures, geoengineering, fabulous animals and biopolitics.

Ecology as a new form of survival art

NATURE:A crucial insight is that the fate of endangered species in nature is decided in culture, by human attention and values ​​- as we, for example, overeat and overconsume.

A planet we ourselves have brought into radical imbalance

EARTH: Anthropocene means more than writing about ecology, environmental history or global warming. How about the greenhouse effect heating the ocean at such a speed that it is equivalent to pouring a billion boiling teacups into the ocean every second?

The environmental crisis from the perspective of the stars

The "mature anthropocene" increases as we help rather than disrupt the fragile climatic equilibrium.

Gentle climate revival

Rather than perpetrating shame over the damage we have done to the environment, we must awaken to a mature environmental awareness. 

Attempt to take it all inward

In Erland Kiøsterud's Hunger and Beauty, the hunt is felt along the breaking surfaces of an ice-thick world, in search of something that can heal it.