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<img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/bb/bbaaa76d8a14031224216159f3a1ef83.gif" border="0" /><a href="https://archinect.com/news/tag/1045325/soapbox" rel="nofollow" >Soapbox</a> is a weekly series delivering a curated set of lectures, talks and symposia concerning contemporary themes but explored through the archives of lectures past and present. With the plethora of lectures, talks, symposia and panels occurring world wide on a daily basis, how can we begin to keep up and if not, find them once they are gone? Soapbox looks to assemble a selection of recent, archived and outlier lectures surrounding a given theme. Soapbox looks to curate this never-ending library of ideas into an engaging and diverse list of thoughts and provocations. Soapbox is just that, a collection aimed at discovering the occasional needle in a haystack.
Coming off this week’s news that we only have twelve more years before a climate change catastrophe hits, we take a look at the Anthropocene.