This story is ours.
It's the story of two centuries of astounding progress. Two centuries of industry, inventions, economic development, evolution of our lifestyles and our modes of consumption.
But here, after two hundred years of industrial capitalism, we realize that the impact of man on nature is irreversible. Man has become a telluric force, and the Earth has entered a new geological period. This period bears a name: the Anthropocene, the era of man.
Behind the beautiful history of progress there is in fact another story. A story written by powerful people. More or less inspired political leaders, industrialists, fossil fuels and chemists, lobbyists and financiers of all kinds who, in two centuries, have shaped our way of life without ever ceasing to serve their own interests