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  • Geography Factsheet: 135. Waterfront Regeneration

    Geography Factsheet: 135. Waterfront Regeneration

      Since the 1980s waterfront regeneration has become a key focus for urban planning, initially in North America and Europe and most recently in waterfront cities around the world. Dere...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 136. Brazil - Changing Pattern of Trade: LEDC to NIC

    Geography Factsheet: 136. Brazil - Changing Pattern of Trade: LEDC to NIC

      Brazil’s economic history has been influenced to a considerable extent by foreign trade trends and policies. Successive cycles of export booms in commodities such as sugar, gol...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 137. West Sussex: a multiple hazard zone?

    Geography Factsheet: 137. West Sussex: a multiple hazard zone?

      Whilst the UK is not considered on a global scale to be a hazardous environment, recent insurance records would suggest that it has been subject to an increasing number of extreme we...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 138. Changes in the European Car Industry

    Geography Factsheet: 138. Changes in the European Car Industry

      The car industry is a key global industry. Some 40 million vehicles are produced globally, and the industry is a major global employer – around 20 million people in component m...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 139. The world of refugees

    Geography Factsheet: 139. The world of refugees

      A number of the lead items reported in the media in recent years have been about sizeable movements of people, such as those listed in Table 1....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 140. Least developed countries

    Geography Factsheet: 140. Least developed countries

      The concept of least developed countries (sometimes known as LLEDCS – least less economically developed countries) was first identified in 1968 by the United Nations Conference...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

    Geography Factsheet: 141. Coastal management - Case study of the Holderness coast

      Arange of classic coastal features stretch over 50km, from the chalk cliffs of Flamborough, through the plain of Holderness, to Spurn Head where a large spit guards the entrance to t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

    Geography Factsheet: 142. Urban planning and regeneration in Barcelona

      The majority of major European cities have a long history of planning. Often this involved the planning ‘dreams’ of a few individuals in the 19th Century. In more recent decad...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

    Geography Factsheet: 143. Avalanches

      Avalanches are falling masses of snow that can contain rocks, soil or ice. Avalanches are natural phenomena, but become a natural hazard when they interact with people and their surr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

    Geography Factsheet: 144. The Galapagos islands - biodiversity under threat?

      The Galapagos Islands are situated in the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 km west of Ecuador and are a province of Ecuador....

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