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Growing hubs around the world

On June 29, 2015 By

Whilst London dithers regarding a new runway, others are racing ahead.

Two years ago Turkey announced a new airport plan – by 2018 it will be complete with […]

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At a cost of £31 bn construction of the 278km canal will start in December.

The project is expected to include two ports, an airport, a resort […]

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During the last week two giant oarfish have washed up on the Californian shore. Measuring 18 feet and 15 feet long scientists believe that the fish where killed […]

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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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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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China’s thirst for resources is causing concern in Latin America. Whilst there is no doubt that they are causing no more damage than the West […]

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Latest reports from the NOAA observatory on Mauna Loa (Hawaii) report that CO2 levels have jumped by 2.67 parts per million in the last year. […]

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