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Relax and revise

On April 7, 2016 By

Some short video clips to help with revision.

OK you might want to jot down a few notes to remind you, but hopefully these clips will help you […]

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Over 3000 people have now died in the most serious outbreak of this deadly virus. 

With a mortality rate of nearly 50%, increasing rates of infection are […]

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How will freshwater for human consumption be affected by climate change?

Constituting just 2% of the globe’s water is freshwater.  Global warming will impact on the water […]

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Just MINT?

On January 10, 2014 By

 Following the BRICS we now have MINT. 

The new acronym for Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.  With joint economies worth $3bn these countries have shown resiliance during the […]

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Hot topics in Development

On December 10, 2012 By

The years main topics;megacities;MDG’s and more

Read more about the years development issues here on the Guardians interactive site

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Heading is a quote from WWF. 

20 years ago leaders from around the world met to discuss the threats to our world, it was called […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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