Debategraph is collaborating with the Planet Under Pressure team to weave together the arguments, evidence and policy options discussed at the conference into a coherent, dynamic knowledge map that can be shared with, and explored by, a global public audience in the build up to the UN Rio +20 conference and beyond.

You can explore the current work-in-progress in the map embedded below, and open the full map here to see the detailed underlying text, add new ideas and citations, rate the significance of the different options and arguments, zoom into specific issues and zoom out see clusters of ideas, and be alerted to changes as the content and structure of the map continue to evolve.

You can learn more about the meaning of the different colours and arrows and the different ways of looking at the map in the Help system here, and help to disseminate the ideas globally by sharing the link via social networks and embedding the map (like a YouTube video) in your own website.

This is a voluntary, collaborative endeavour to create a unique public resource at a critical time – and if you would like learn more about the process, join the mapping team (from anywhere in the world), or support or sponsor the process in any other way, please get in touch.

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