CALL FOR PAPERS – CLIMATE CHANGE: What can European law do?
Humanity has entered a new biological era: the Anthropocene. This term, originally proposed by the American biologist Eugene F. Stoermer, was popularized in the early 2000s by the Nobel chemistry laureate Paul Crutzen. It refers to the time in which the action of man is likely to cause bio-geophysical changes on a global scale. Humans, masters of the planet, are now able to influence climate and biodiversity due to accelerated accumulation of greenhouse gases and irreversible damage caused by overconsumption of natural resources (...) More