It's more than two years since I have started this exploration of the Anthropocene for Next Nature for you. We have visited many places together, places I have traveled to as a …
Old ironworks in Germany have become more natural than "real" nature.
Due to human action, 1300 bird species are seriously in decline. Other birds have learned to live with humans and profit from their presence.
With cities covering growing area of land, we humans and our spaces build the new wilderness for animals and plants.
Technology helps us understand the unfolding of the Anthropocene.
Humans act as bio-excavators that literally move mountains.
How geology and humanity turn ancient algae into high-tech gadgets.
What one ugly overpass in Berlin reveals about our attitudes towards nature.
Military action accidentally restores a lost ecosystem.
What are the physical forms of the noosphere?