Earth's Newest Era is Named After Us!

Earth's Newest Era is Named After Us!
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We humans are having such a dramatic impact on our planet that some leading scientists think the current era needs a new name. We’re no longer in the Holocene epoch, they say.

We’re now well into what they are calling the Anthropocene.

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