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Suzanne Hall and Nigel Thrift

Cities and the Anthropocene

Cities are now the main human habitat and forecasts indicate that they will continue to grow in the coming years. The sociologist Suzanne Hall and the expert in human geography Nigel Thrift, two leading figures today in the study of urban life, discussed about the situation of cities in the Anthropocene and made a call for new models to guide our way of inhabiting them. Cities, at once producers and products of the Anthropocene, will have to play a key role in bringing about changes to achieve forms of human life that are sustainable for the planet and a more just and inclusive society.

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4 July 2019