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Farmers in the poorest and driest areas of South America are finally getting some rain. Harvesting rainwater is helping trasnform local argiculture and improve people’s lives. This […]

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Breathing Earth

On April 22, 2011 By

To fully understand the many complex issues the world is currently facing ICT can be an incredibly useful tool. A great example of how graphics and statistics can […]

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World Bank Data

On April 9, 2011 By

The World Bank provides one of the most comprehensive collections of free data on developing economies. Browse, map, graph, or download data by country, topic and indicators.  This is […]

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Radical geography

On February 13, 2011 By

The Radical Geography site is the personal site of Tony Cassidy who has created lots of fantastic resources for teaching geography.  Whilst mainly for teachers the resources […]

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BBC Learning Zone

On January 29, 2011 By

The BBC Learning Zone has lots of excellent videos (usually 4/5 minutes) which could be really useful for homeworks and revision.  It also has videos on lots […]

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About a year ago the United Nations produced  the web site below, a way to disseminate data stretched out across 22 United Nations databases through […]

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https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/    

 An excellent source of a large number of statistics about all countries in the world                    

The world as a hundred people   http://www.100people.org/statistics_100stats.php?section=statistics

A […]

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