"This shows that the decades-long effort to restore the river as a healthy habitat is working," crowed New York City's parks department.
We need more than ever a “culture of coexistence” as we move on in the Anthropocene.
People feel happier, healthier, and more social when they engage with nature. Their cognitive abilities go up and stress levels go down. So why is nature so often thought to be found only "out there" in the wilderness, or perhaps suburbia?
Eras in which population growth furthered the public good are behind us.
If we want our planet to be able to house 10 billion people and also want to preserve biodiversity in the future, then we need to leverage the new technologies associated with "big data" and artificial intelligence.