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Schmidt JJ, Brown PG, Orr CJ.  2016.  Ethics in the Anthropocene: A research agenda. The Anthropocene Review. 3(3):188-200.
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Caluya G.  2014.  Fragments for a postcolonial critique of the Anthropocene: invasion biology and environmental security. Rethinking Invasion Ecologies from the Environmental Humanities.
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Lovelock J.  1986.  Gaia: the world as living organism. New Scientist. 112 No 1539
Zwart H, Penders B.  2011.  Genomics and the Ark: An Ecocentric Perspective on Human History. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 54(2):217-231.
Minteer BA.  2012.  Geoengineering and Ecological Ethics in the Anthropocene. BioScience. 62(10):857-858.
Yusoff K.  2013.  Geologic Life: Prehistory, Climate, Futures in the Anthropocene. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 31(5):779-795.
Summerhayes CP, Zalasiewicz J.  2018.  Global warming and the Anthropocene. Geology Today. 34(5):194-200.
Cloke P, Jones O.  2003.  Grounding Ethical Mindfulness for/in Nature: Trees in Their Places. Ethics, Place & Environment. 6(3):195-213.
Vince G.  Submitted.  How to survive the coming century. New Scientist.
[Anonymous].  2013.  Human Destiny in the Anthropocene. Thinking the Anthropocene.
Marten G.  2001.  Human Ecology - Perceptions of Nature. Human Ecology.
Kotzé LJ.  2014.  Human rights and the environment in the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene Review. 1(3):252-275.


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