In his new book "Overheated," Andrew Guzman looks at the realities of human survival in an age of climate catastrophe. It's not going to be pretty.
Meet the scientists who have been charged with deciding whether humans have been so harmful to the Earth that we've kicked off a new geologic age.
In 1996, 12 words in an international climate report set off a firestorm. The man responsible for that sentence, Benjamin Santer, says things have never been the same.
A new documentary follows overpopulation experiments with rats to offer insight into our own dangerously crowded world. The bad news: Crowded rats got fat and happy -- and then they all died.
The coauthor of "The Death of Environmentalism" talks about the Anthropocene, an era of big decisions, and why global warming isn't his greatest concern.
Food security expert David Lobell says climate change is already throwing our food systems for a loop. To survive the coming decades, he says, we’re going to need all the tools at our disposal.
Everything you need to know about the Age of Man in just five – OK, seven, minutes.
Bears and sloths and salamanders are nifty and all, but do we really need to save every one of them? There’s a lot that needs saving, and frankly, we’re busy people. The Generation Anthropocene crew explores this tough question.
Scientists say humans have become a geologic force on a massive scale, like an asteroid strike or an ice age. What do we do now?