Politics and the Anthropocene  


Politics and the Anthropocene
Polity | October 14, 2019 | 185 pages
ISBN: 9781509534203

The Anthropocene has become central to understanding the intimate connections between human life and the natural environment, but it has fractured our sense of time and possibility. What implications does that fracturing have for how we should think about politics in these new times? In this cutting-edge intervention, Duncan Kelly considers how this new geological era could shape our future by engaging with the recent past of our political thinking.