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  • Geography Factsheet: 152. China’s Population Policy - an update

    Geography Factsheet: 152. China's Population Policy - an update

      Population policy is a hot topic in China. The huge population base and incredible annual population growth not only restrict socioeconomic development but also impede improvement of qual...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 153. Chengdu: Sustainable Development

    Geography Factsheet: 153. Chengdu: Sustainable Development

      Migration and the high rate of economic growth in China are speeding up urbanisation, thus the development of cities has become an important issue.Currently, 30% (400 million) of the populatio...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 154. Structural Change in the Ruhr

    Geography Factsheet: 154. Structural Change in the Ruhr

      Declining Importance of Manufacturing in the Developed World In the USA and Britain the proportion of workers employed in manufacturing has fallen from around 40% at the beginning of...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 155. Sustainable Urban Transport in Italy

    Geography Factsheet: 155. Sustainable Urban Transport in Italy

      This Factsheet examines the issue of sustainable transport in two of Italy’s most famous cultural centres, Florence and Bologna. Florence is located in Tuscany and Bologna in E...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 156. The Chi-Squared Test for Association

    Geography Factsheet: 156. The Chi-Squared Test for Association

      The chi-squared test for association (or association index or chi-squared contingency tables) is commonly used in projects to measure whether two factors are associated (e.g. whether grea...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 157 Ethnicity in London

    Geography Factsheet: 157 Ethnicity in London

      London is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan city in Europe. Some commentators go further and view London as the most multiracial city in the world. The diverse ethnicity of the capit...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 158 Free Trade or Fair Trade - why is this issue important?

    Geography Factsheet: 158 Free Trade or Fair Trade - why is this issue important?

      International trade is a complex issue. Understandably, governments are concerned with developing and preserving the standard of living for their own people. Countries with strong ec...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 159 Small Island Developing Economies

    Geography Factsheet: 159 Small Island Developing Economies

      There are a number of different small island economies (SIEs), in different parts of the world such as in the: • Pacific excluding Papua New Guinea • Caribbean excluding Jamai...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 160 The Importance of Wetlands

    Geography Factsheet: 160 The Importance of Wetlands

      Wetlands include a wide range of ecosystems both in terms of their physical characteristics and their geographical distribution. This Factsheet focuses on their importance, which is ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 161 The Global Shift

    Geography Factsheet: 161 The Global Shift

      The global shift is the movement of economic activity from MEDCs initially to NICs and more recently to LEDCs (especially in Asia and Latin America).Initially in the 1960s this was a movement ...

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