The Future of Nature: Conservation in the Anthropocene with Emma Marris - Institute for Practical Ethics
Date: 5/15/2019; 56 minutes
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Emma Marris argues that there are different strategies to achieve the balance between nature, wilderness and the built environment. She challenges the idea of the pristine, pre-human state given that humans have altered their environment since pre-history. And, human-caused climate change is altering even the most remote places. She offers ideas on the future of nature and how we might think about it. Recorded on 04/24/2019. (#34391)


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