How Astrobiology and Exploration Inform a Perspective of Planetary Stewardship
The Origins Project at Arizona State University and ASU PlanetWorks are proud to present a public discussion of how space exploration, planetary science and astrobiology - the search for life in the universe - inform our perspective of Earth as a planet, and how to manage...
Sir Crispin Tickell
- Member, Board of Directors for Sustainability at ASU
- Former British Diplomat
- Fellow of the Oxford Martin School, Oxford University
- Member of Oxford Martin School Advisory Council
The Anthropocene is the label for the brief geological period in which the human species has transformed – and is transforming – the surface of the Earth, land, sea, and sky. How we cope with the accumulating effects of our actions is a major issue for society and requires,...
We live in the Anthropocene – the Age of Humans. Now that we recognize the global consequences of human activities, we have the opportunity to take responsibility for our power and assume the role of planetary stewards. As the window of opportunity to address climate change through emissions reduction alone...
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