Welcome to the Geography Blog. This site was created to provide a service for Geography students at A level and GCSE focussing on the edexcel Exam board, and some cool geography too.

We want to Know What You Want

Please comment on any changes or additions you would like to see here.

To view other comments click here.

Like This site

If you like this site, and want to get all the latest geography news from around the world, please consider following us on Twitter or Facebook.

Currently viewing the tag: "Africa"

Technological fix

On March 23, 2016 By


A list of articles on the technological fix


China[s biggest solar farm   read more here

South Africa Solar Energy    read more


8 […]

read more here...

China has committed $75 billion to aid and development projects in Africa over the past 10 years long.  Although less than the $90 bn donated by the USA, […]

read more here...

Zoonotic diseases are diseases caused by infectious agents that can be transmitted between (or are shared by) animals and humans.  

Globally these diseases kill 2.2 humans each year […]

read more here...

Water availability around the world is of massive importance but a high proportion of countries and continents around the world struggle to provide it. Chief amongst which is […]

read more here...

5 videos on aid

On May 23, 2012 By

Many thanks to One.org for posting these.  ‘So, I have come up with five videos for those of you who are interested in aid, want to learn more, […]

read more here...

Developing World Debt

On May 19, 2012 By

Despite successful debt abolition campaigns, World Bank figures show external debts owed by developing countries have increased by $430bn over 12 months to $4tn. 

Yes $4000000000000!

Debt is […]

read more here...

Scientists have stated that vast reservoirs of groundwater exist under the surface of much of Africa.

Across the continent 300 million people are thought to suffer from a […]

read more here...

Well most of it!  Whilst there are still many huge problems, many African countries are making huge progress.  With natural resources, youthful population and growing political maturity in […]

read more here...