Ask The Weekly Anthropocene
A new feature for paid subscribers
“Ask the Weekly Anthropocene” is a new trial feature being introduced for paid subscribers (thank you!).
Here’s how it works: send me a climate, energy environment, or biodiversity-related question of your choice, and I’ll write an article about it.
Anthropocene Earth is a complicated place, and lots of climate and environment information to help explain what’s going on is available online. However, much of it is confusing, contradictory, biased, or outright false. If there’s a topic you’d love to know more about but haven’t found the time to sift through the available information yourself, this is your chance to get a custom-researched article about it by an environmental science professional.
Here are some example questions to give an idea of what I’m talking about (obviously feel free to submit your own completely unique questions!):
How are gorillas doing these days? (Or black rhinos, or lions, or caribou, or scarlet macaws…) Are they still endangered? Are populations increasing or …