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  • Geography Factsheet: 282. Troubled Waters? Is there conflict ahead over the future of the River Nile

    Geography Factsheet: 282. Troubled Waters? Is there conflict ahead over the future of the River Nile

    The 6,700 km-long Nile is the world’s longest river. It has two major sources: the White Nile whose source is Lake Luvironzo near LakeTanganyika, which subsequently flows into Lake Victoria, thr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 283. The economic, social & environmental

    Geography Factsheet: 283. The economic, social & environmental

    Afghanistan, with a population of over 32 million [Figure 1], is a land-locked country in South Central Asia which has borders with Pakistan, China, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran. It i...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 284. The consequences of conflict in Sudan

    Geography Factsheet: 284. The consequences of conflict in Sudan

    The conflict in Sudan has many faces, the best known are a ‘North-South’ conflict, ‘that problem in Darfur’ or an ‘Arab-African’conflict. The reality is that Sudan ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 285. Haiti Earthquake 2010

    Geography Factsheet: 285. Haiti Earthquake 2010

    Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world and therefore veryvulnerable to natural disasters. So when it was hit by a magnitude7.0 earthquake on 12 January 2010, at 16:53 local time, people&rs...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 286. Geoengineering – the ultimate global warming solution?

    Geography Factsheet: 286. Geoengineering – the ultimate global warming solution?

    Geoengineering involves humans deliberately altering Earth’senvironment, on a regional or even global scale, to make the planetmore habitable. Today, geoengineering solutions are most oftenlinke...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 287. The US Keystone XL oil pipeline–development

    Geography Factsheet: 287. The US Keystone XL oil pipeline–development

    In the central zone of North America, linking Canada and the USA there is a major environmental controversy over the construction of anew pipeline, called the Keystone XL Pipeline. The aim of the pipe...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 288. Somalia – A Failed State?

    Geography Factsheet: 288. Somalia – A Failed State?

    Background to a country in turmoilSomalia is a country in the North Eastern region of Africa, otherwise known as the Horn of Africa. This region has been subject to turmoilfor centuries. Mogadishu, th...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 289. Natural & man-made disaster at Fukushima

    Geography Factsheet: 289. Natural & man-made disaster at Fukushima

    At 2:46pm local time, on 11 March 2011, Japan suffered one of theworst natural disasters in history. This huge composite disasterhad many shocking elements, namely:• that it should happen to a hi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 291. A Sustainable Urban Future - Are Transition Initiatives the Answer?

    Geography Factsheet: 291. A Sustainable Urban Future - Are Transition Initiatives the Answer?

    The Earth’s population is now over 7 billion and if all of us were tohave the standard of living of the average American we shouldneed nearly five planets- unfortunately we only have the one! Ou...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 292. Shale Gas – long term energy security saviour or environmental nightmare?

    Geography Factsheet: 292. Shale Gas – long term energy security saviour or environmental nightmare?

    Shale gas is just one component of vast, newly accessible oil and gas reserves. Oil shale, tar sands and shale gas are called unconventionalsources and these combined with tight oil and offshore deep ...

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