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Wells are countries.

Water has always been seen as a renewable resource.  However this is not always true.  The giant aquifers which underly large parts […]

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When you can scoop up in our oceans more plastic than biomass, it’s time to recognise that we may have a problem. Two articles today […]

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Food shortages were already a problem due to drought – but then the skies filled with clouds.  River levels hit highest levels since 1920’s leaving 65 dead, 125000 […]

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Food supply for the ever growing world population is essential but this summers weather is taking its toll.  In the UK potatoes are rotting in fields too wet […]

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Himalaya

On May 17, 2012 By

More resources for Edexcel Unit 3 – Himalaya.

Firstly the url for a BBS article on water problems in Bhutan – thanks to Danny O’Callaghan for this link –

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The World \Bank has reported that increases in food prices have magnified the impact of the drought in the Horn of Africa.  The rises in prices of corn […]

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A report submitted to the 3rd iLEAPS Dcience Conference has matched future climate change hotspots to areas already suffering from chronic food problems.

The report warns that in fewer than […]

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More on food prices

On June 4, 2011 By

There seems to be lots of news about increasing food prices at the moment.  But as resources, development and population are in most Geography syllabus it remains […]

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