Data-Visualization: Ensuring the Future of Food

A Sims style data-visualization by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery explaining some of the complex networks around how food arrives on tables in Japan and the food industry.

Worth watching for the graphics alone.

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to YouTube video

More information:
High resolution version of the video at the MAFF (Windows Media Player)

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