Nature is no longer separable from culture. In this new era some call the Anthropocene, the environment is in us, and we humans are fully in the environment. It is also beyond doubt that sustainability and reasonably equitable prosperity will never be achieved without attention to imagination, values, competing worldviews, anti-colonial justice, feminist ethics and more-than-human politics, emerging histories, possible futures, and alternative ways of telling our environmental stories. Rising to the environmental challenges presented by this situation requires an enlivened field of humanities that includes advanced transdisciplinary research on nature, culture and environment. Responding to such concerns, our form of the environmental (post-)humanities are rethinking the place of humanity in the environment.