Video of Ellis Talk and Panel Discussion

THIS POST CONCLUDES OUR ANTHROPOCENE BIOSPHERE PROJECT–A SERIES ON ERLE ELLIS’ ‘ECOLOGY IN AN ANTHROPOGENIC BIOSPHERE‘ (ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS, 85/3 (2015))

Here is the video from the April 14, 2016 culmination of the Anthropocene Biosphere Project–featuring a lecture by Erle Ellis, followed by comments from Lynn Soreghan, Steve Ellis, Asa Randall, and Kiza Gates (click for their posts on the paper), and then questions from the audience. (Thanks to the OU Humanities Forum and the other sponsors (listed on the poster) for their support of this event!)

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One thought on “Video of Ellis Talk and Panel Discussion

  1. Excellent discussions and I agree – it is ultimately about the decisions we all make. But algae, bacteria worms and trees for example transformed the Earth too – succession. It is more about the scales, types and history of transformations and how they are likely to impact on whole ecosystems. I am interested in using anthro-ecological theories/ideas to explore if they ‘exist’ in workplaces and if by thinking in this way, can we embrace eco-centric sustainability faster?

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