In a decade marked by job, manufacturing, and industry losses, North Carolina’s economic and environmental landscapes are undergoing dramatic transformations. The debate over the scale and regulation of these transformations has taken on a particular urgency since the introduction of these policies:
Together with an exhibit that examines the geological and historical records of the Anthropocene, this collection of record albums casts light upon contentious legislation that impacts the environmental future of this state.
The manner in which North Carolina’s natural resources are harnessed and harvested makes the record of Anthropocene footprints indelible.
Duke University Libraries
Durham, North Carolina
July 16-October 13, 2013