1. What we eat today are cultivated crops - but long times ago, they grew in nature as wild plants - these ancestors can be found in the fertile crescent, and can still provide valuable genetic resources for future food security.

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  2. Presentation by Teemu Arina (tarina.blogging.fi) at Mindtrek in Tampere, Finland on 1st of October 2009.

    Slides + blog post + Stafford's 1974 address available here:
    tarina.blogging.fi/2009/10/04/real-time-web-and-management-cybernetics/

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  3. This is the animation done by Globaïa for the short film 'Welcome to the Anthropocene' commissionned for the Planet Under Pressure conference.

    The film charts the growth of humanity into a global force on an equivalent scale to major geological processes. The film is part of the world's first educational webportal on the Anthropocene: anthropocene.info

    Watch the narrated version here: vimeo.com/anthropocene/shortfilm

    Site: globaia.org
    Contact us: info@globaia.org
    HD stills of the original animation: igbp.net/5.1081640c135c7c04eb480001217.html

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  4. islandsandrivers.com

    Facebook: Islands And Rivers

    Follow us @Islands_Rivers

    A chance encounter and shared moment with one of natures greatest and most fleeting phenomena.

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  5. Overview of a new report from SustainAbility, exploring the potential of cities to be catalysts for global sustainability.

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