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In-text: (11th Hour, 2015)
Your Bibliography: 11th Hour. 2015. [DVD].
In-text: (Chefurka, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Chefurka, P., 2013. How Tight is the Link Between Oil, Food and Population?. [online] The Permaculture Research Institute. Available at: <http://permaculturenews.org/2013/02/02/how-tight-is-the-link-between-oil-food-and-population/> [Accessed 28 February 2015].
In-text: (Houghton, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Houghton, J., 2009. Global Warming 4ed. Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press Textbooks.
In-text: (Ingram, Ericksen and Liverman, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Ingram, J., Ericksen, P. and Liverman, D., 2010. Food security and global environmental change. London: Earthscan.
In-text: (Miller and Spoolman, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Miller, G. and Spoolman, S., 2012. Living in the environment. [Pacific Grove, Calif.?]: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.
In-text: (Educational Resource Guide for The 11th Hour, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: n.d. Educational Resource Guide for The 11th Hour. 1st ed. [ebook] New York: Tree Media. Available at: <http://www.bigpictureinstructional.com/a_11thHourTeachersGuide.pdf> [Accessed 25 February 2015].
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Your Bibliography: Virtual Desktop. 2015. Designers Challenged to Spark a Sustainable Revolution. [online] Available at: <http://www.deskeng.com/virtual_desktop/?p=9929> [Accessed 1 March 2015].
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