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My book’s out in Canada!

August 26, 2014

Adventures In The Anthropocene is available in Canada from today in all good bookshops. David Suzuki says:

Our species has exploded into a new kind of force – one species able to alter the physical, chemical and biological properties of the planet on a geological scale. Gaia Vince’s important book provides the evolutionary, temporal and biophysical context to show with clarity the stunning speed and magnitude of the human footprint on the planet. She manages to inspire with hope while conveying a cry of urgency.


Little Atoms

August 4, 2014

The lovely Neil Denny interviewed me during a languid summer evening in Borough recently, and the results were broadcast on Resonance FM at the weekend – the podcast is here.



My book is available in bookshops and online.


Brief review in Nature

July 30, 2014

Barbara Kiser included a brief review of Adventures In The Anthropocene in the current issue of Nature magazine, writing that my “…broader discussions of the biological and Earth science are as cogent as [my] close reportage on innovators…” My book is available in bookstores and online.






Mini review in today’s Times

July 19, 2014

My book got a mention in today’s copy of The Times, after a longer review in the Sunday Times last month. And it was listed in last Sunday’s Observer in the top 10 books about science and tech this month.



Also this week my article ‘Agenda for a new age’ appeared in Research Fortnight, and I chatted about my book on NewsTalk Radio Ireland. My book is available online and in bookshops.

Talking on the Science Show

July 12, 2014

ABC Radio National science star Robyn Williams interviewed me about my book for the Science Show, broadcast today across Australia. You can listen again here:



My book, Adventures In The Anthopocene: A Journey to the Heart of the Planet We Made is available online and in bookstores.

Steaming into the Anthropocene

July 10, 2014

Climate change is one of the greatest markers of the new Human Age, the Anthropocene. But how did it begin? In this video, I attempt to show how (apologies for stilted nature of kitchen filming). My book is available online and in bookstores.

BBC Focus magazine review

July 9, 2014

Palaeontologist Howard Falcon-Lang has reviewed my book for BBC Focus magazine, calling it “a beautifully human and optimistic book”. And you can listen to me being interviewed on the Focus podcast. My book is available online and at bookstores.




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