Anthropocene and Water

Autores

  • Isabela Battistello Espíndola USP
  • Estevão Bosco USP
  • Marcelo Fetz UFES

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31501/repats.v1i1.9932

Resumo

The Anthropocene is the new and current geological epoch in which the human being has become an agent of planetary changes. This comes with several endangering consequences for the survival of the human species. This article primarily discusses the increasing environmental impacts of human activity since 1950, as well as issues related to water governance. Considering that such issues are usually integrated in the natural sciences but still largely escape human and social sciences, this article is a contribution to the latter fields of knowledge as it draws on international relations and geopolitics.

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Biografia do Autor

Isabela Battistello Espíndola, USP

Department of Geography – Faculty of Philosophy, Humanities, and Human Sciences, University of Sao Paulo (USP)/Brazil

Estevão Bosco, USP

Department of Geography – Faculty of Philosophy, Humanities, and Human Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP)/Brazil.

Marcelo Fetz, UFES

Department of Social Sciences – Human and Natural Science Institute, Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES)/Brazil

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Publicado

2018-09-18

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Academic Paper