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Biomes and food security: Overview

Geography | Levels 9 and 10 | Geographical Knowledge | Biomes and food security | VCGGK

Source: Penna, M. (2018). Flat Earth. [Image]. Retrieved from http://gallery.wacom.com/gallery/65377165/Superinteressante-Flat-Earth

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Sustainable Development Goals | Alignment

This guide is aligned to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals. Click on the tiles to explore more.

Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero HungerSustainable Development Goal 3: Health and WellbeingSustainable Development Goal 6: Clean WaterSustainable Development Goal 12: Waste and RecyclingSustainable Development Goal 12.3: Food wasteSustainable Development Goal 13: Climate ActionSustainable Development Goal 14: OceansSustainable Development Goal 15: Biodiversity / Life on land

Biomes and food security | Articles

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Biomes and food security | eBooks

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Biomes and food security | Online resources

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Biomes and food security | Videos

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"By 2050, the world's population will likely increase 35 percent. But is growing more food the only option—or even the best? National Geographic investigates the challenges and solutions to feeding everyone on our planet, based on an eight-month series in National Geographic magazine." (National Geographic, 2014)

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In text reference / citation: National Geographic (2014) or (National Geographic, 2014)
Bibliography / Reference list: National Geographic (2014). Food by the Numbers: Feeding Our Hungry Planet [eVideo]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/CB9Enh6yP0w

Biomes and food security | Curriculum alignment

Level 1Victorian CurriculumThis Mentone Girls' Grammar School LibGuide supports the following Victorian curriculum outcomes. Click on the links to explore more.

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