During the last two decades, an interesting juxtaposition has been developing. On the one hand, the Anthropocene with its ever more pressing environmental issues. On the other, the growing science of mycorestoration, remedying these manmade problems by collaborating with fungi. This paper explores how the practices of mycofiltration, mycoforestry and mycoremediation can help alleviate some of Denmarks environmental challenges and how Science 2.0 could play a part in this. To survive the next century, inter-species collaboration might prove crucial.