The Earth before and after us

The several hundred thousand years that humans have walked this planet, are nothing compared to Mother Earth’s billions of birthdays. Keeping this in mind, geologist Dr João Trabucho Alexandre (UU) dares us to take on a humble view. How has non-human history shaped the world as we know it today? Can thinking about ‘deep time’ help us envision a far future?

In collaboration with the faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, faculty of Science and the faculty of Humanities (UU).