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Chapter 1: Introduction - Geography in the Anthropocene Section 1: Environmental Transformations Chapter 2: Resources - Oil and Water Chapter 3: Air - Science and the Atmosphere Chapter 4: Soil - The Political Ecology of Soil Degradation Chapter 5: Forests - Jungle Capitalism and the Corporate Environment Chapter 6: Cities - Sprawl and the Urban Planet Section 2: Living in the Anthropocene Chapter 7: Governing the Environment Chapter 8: Greening the Brain: Understanding and Changing Human Behaviour Chapter 9: Conclusions: Misanthropy, Adaptation and Safe Operating Spaces
Mark Whitehead is a professor of human geography at Aberystwyth University. His research interests include the politics of sustainable development, urban geography and environmental citizenship. He is the author of several books including Spaces of Sustainability: geographical perspectives on the sustainable society (Routledge, 2006) and State Science and the Skies: governmentalities of the British atmosphere (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009). He is the Managing Editor of the journal Environmental Values.