&#x201C;The internet is becoming the dominant factor overall in the global trade in protected species,&#x201D; he said. &#x201C;There will come a time when country to country trade of large shipments between big buyers and big sellers in different countries is a thing of the past.&#x201D; Convention on International Trade in&#xA0;Endangered Species (Cites).\n\n
Transcript of "Victor Galaz icts in anthopocene, Resilience 2011"
ICTs in the Anthropocene Stockholm Resilience Centre (Sweden) andInternational Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada)
“World Wide Web of Doubt” Hackers Roving Bandits 2.0
1. Angelica Valeria Ospina, University of Manchester (UK) - “e-Resilience in Developing Countries” 2. Ola Tjornbo, University of Waterloo (Canada) -“Open Source Democracy - Virtual Problem Solving and Deliberation” 3. Richard Taylor, Stockholm Environment Institute(SEI Oxford) - “weAdapt 3.0 - Digital Collaboration on Climate Adaptation”
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