People have always wandered around the world. Human mobility responds to multiple factors—socioeconomic and political conditions, demographic or cultural evolutions, as well as, naturally, underlying environmental changes, among others. In recent decades, the environment in which we live has been increasingly affected by the way we live, especially “we” in high-income societies. The concept of Anthropocene, as a new geological era, was developed to reflect the idea that humans are now the greatest force that alters planetary systems, in particular (but not only) the climate system. 1 It is almost tautological that, in the Anthropocene, human mobility is being affected by our impact on the global environment.