Anthropocene is a digital, print, and live magazine in which the world’s most creative writers, designers, scientists, and entrepreneurs explore how we can create a sustainable human age we actually want to live in.
The magazine is now launched. We have published our first print issue with world-renowned journalists; we have launched a dynamic website and begun building a paying member base; and we’ve established “Anthropocene Science Dispatches,” a weekly e-newsletter that goes out to over 13,000 sustainability professionals around the globe.
The missing piece is a "live" component. We're seeking funding to take our stories from page to stage humanizing and personalizing sustainability innovations. From a Nepalese engineer who has created artificial glaciers to provide a reliable water supply for rural farmers to designers turning ocean trash into athletic shoes, our mission is to craft an overarching narrative about what a more positive Anthropocene could look like.
Our theory of change is all about creating stories to amplify and scale the promising and innovative solutions to our most difficult environmental and social challenges.