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Gibson-Graham J.K.  2011.  A feminist project of belonging for the Anthropocene. Gender, Place & Culture. 18(1):1-21.
Kotzé L.  2018.  A Global Environmental Constitution for the Anthropocene? Transnational Environmental Law. :1-23.
Leeson C.  2017.  A Plastic Ocean. :01:42:00.
Lloro-Bidart T.  2015.  A Political Ecology of Education in/for the Anthropocene. Environment and Society. 6(1):128-148.
Albrecht G.  2019.  After the Anthropocene. The Ecologist.
LeCain T.  2015.  Against the Anthropocene. A Neo-Materialist Perspective. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity. :1-28.
Graham J.KGibson, Roelvink G.  2010.  An Economic Ethics for the Anthropocene. Antipode. 41(s1):320-346.
Esbjörn-Hargens, Sean, Zimmerman M..  2009.  An overview of integral ecology. Integral Institute, Resource Paper. (2):1-14.
Bovenkerk, Bernice, Keulartz, F. W. Jozef.  2016.  Animal Ethics in the Age of Humans: Blurring boundaries in human-animal relationships. The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics.
de Pencier N, Burtynsky E, Baichwal J.  2018.  Anthropocene. Anthropocene.
Haraway D.  2015.  Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene, Chthulucene: Making Kin. Environmental Humanities. 6(1):159-165.
Haraway D.  2015.  Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene, Chthulucene: Making Kin. Environmental Humanities. 6(1):159-165.
Monastersky R.  2015.  Anthropocene: The human age. Nature News. :144.
Burns GLeah.  2014.  Anthropomorphism and animals in the Anthropocene. Engaging with Animals: Interpretations of a Shared Experience. :3-20.
Nimmo R.  2015.  Apiculture in the Anthropocene: Between Posthumanism and Critical Animal Studies:. Animals in the Anthropocene: Critical Perspectives on Non-human Perspectives. :177-199.

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