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Victor Galaz  icts in anthopocene, Resilience 2011
Victor Galaz  icts in anthopocene, Resilience 2011
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Victor Galaz icts in anthopocene, Resilience 2011

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  • “The internet is becoming the dominant factor overall in the global trade in protected species,” he said. “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.” Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites).\n\n
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    • 1. ICTs in the Anthropocene Stockholm Resilience Centre (Sweden) andInternational Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada)
    • 2. “World Wide Web of Doubt” Hackers Roving Bandits 2.0
    • 3. 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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