Building a ‘Good’ Anthropocene From the Bottom Up

Link to a database of over 500 of these bright spots or seeds of good Anthropocenes. They include projects that link human health to healthy forests, such as the Health In Harmony project in Indonesia, or, closer to home, the Hudson River Valley’s Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and its Young Farmers Conference.

http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/10/06/building-a-good-anthropocene-from-the-bottom-up/

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