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UK Population Premium

On April 17, 2016 By

As ever the British Press is concentrating on the problems of finding new school places for our growing young population.

However, many students of geography will have heard […]

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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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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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Europe’s population dilemma

On August 25, 2015 By

Falling birth rates across Europe need serious consideration.

This unprecidented demographic change seems to be being ignored by political leaders across Europe.  With birth rates below replacement […]

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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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An excellent infographic from the Guardian (Where else?).  A definite must read for all Geography students.

Twenty years on from the 1992 Rio Earth summit, review the evidence […]

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We are living as if we have the resources of an extra planet at our disposal.

 We’re using 50 percent more resources than the Earth can provide, and […]

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World Population Database

On February 3, 2012 By

Excellent population database from UN 1960 -2100

 See here

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