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Latest census figures show the effect of globalisation in changing the demographics of Britain.

The figures reveal that Britain is now less white, less ‘British’ […]

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A new report from UNICEF states that the world, despite good progress will not meet the Millennium Development Goal for child mortality.

Whilst the number of deaths has […]

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Global Human Migration

On September 8, 2012 By

Migration is an emotive topic.  Make sure you have the facts.

Click on the link below to view this infographic from the World Bank.

Migration infographic

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Team GB managed to acheve their 10th gold medal of the London 2012 games today after day 8. The medal came in the men’s four rowing 20 minutes […]

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An animated graph from BBC showing how the population demographics of England and Wales have changed due to war and economic events.

This should be an essential view for all […]

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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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100,000 people are being moved from the Chinese, Three Gorges Dam because of land slides and bank collapses near the dam. Also the resivour rises and falls so there is some […]

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World Population Database

On February 3, 2012 By

Excellent population database from UN 1960 -2100

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