Numerous crises that follow and intersect with each other generated the complexity of our time. Environmental, Social, and Economic effects are spread out on a local and global scale. What is the main characteristic of the crisis of our time? Is our time characterized by an invisible climate crisis accentuated by the hoarding of global natural resources, or the crisis we are experiencing is of an economic and military nature and leads us to rethink the economic and cultural models characterized by the forces of domination of our time? How do the multiple crises on social aspects manifest themselves within local communities? What can be a synthesis of the period we are experiencing under the fractures that the inhabitants of Gaia, the protagonists of this time, are called to mend? This article proposes an analysis of the main phenomena that are characterizing the twenty-first century, following the traces of the structures of domination and power inherited from the previous centuries, but which are already conducting humanity towards a new geological, the Anthropocene. This paper explores the interdependence between ecosystems, climate, biodiversity, and the human sciences to understand the need and urgency to stay within the relative threshold of 1.5° global temperature to ensure human survival.
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