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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


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Superpowers – Edexcel A Level

On March 22, 2016 By

I will try and collect relevant posts here to help students in their research for the 2016 A level Geography Exam, Paper 3; Pre-release Superpowers.

It is suggested […]

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China’s demographic timebomb

On November 27, 2015 By

China’s one-child-per-couple policy (the “OCPCP”), enforced since 1980, has, resulted in a number of concerning demographic trends.

Firstly the cultural preference for boys and sex selective […]

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Water shortages flood world

On April 5, 2015 By

Water shortages are becoming very serious across the world.  California’s level is just 5% of average.  Brazil also has severe problems in Sao Paulo Province.

Whist the […]

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Decades of breakneck economic growth have left Chin with tremendous human cost.

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Chinese sources estimate that there are 459 so […]

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Superpowers in East Asia

On May 3, 2013 By

Resources for those sitting Edexcel Geography A level will appear here.

Some research resources to start with:-http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/datablog/interactive/2013/apr/09/north-korea-south-korea-interactive


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Korean tensions – […]

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The World Health Organisation has expressed some concern regarding a new strain of bird flu’, 120 people have become infected, with 20% fatality.  24 people […]

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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, […]

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