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  • Geography Factsheet: 313. Growth Economies of Africa: Rwanda  The healing power of prosperity?

    Geography Factsheet: 313. Growth Economies of Africa: Rwanda The healing power of prosperity?

    Rwanda truly is the ultimate turnaround. For the African nation, the comeback has been from the depths of human bankruptcy: genocide in 1994 in which one million people were killed in 100 days. Since ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 314. The impact of regeneration in US cities

    Geography Factsheet: 314. The impact of regeneration in US cities

    To regenerate a locality involves a number of associated processes including redevelopment and rebranding. Ultimately there will be an improvement in both aesthetic and material quality of life for t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 315. South Shropshire: A case of Rural Rebranding

    Geography Factsheet: 315. South Shropshire: A case of Rural Rebranding

    Shropshire Shropshire is a rural county on the western fringes of the West Midlands on the border with Wales. Shropshire is one of the largest landlocked counties in the UK yet it has a small popul...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 316. The Mekong River: Vital artery of Indochina

    Geography Factsheet: 316. The Mekong River: Vital artery of Indochina

    This is the first in a series of three Factsheets on Indochina, the region of Southeast Asia which comprises the countries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The name Indochina originates from the geogr...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 317. Will the lights go out? The future of electricity generation in the UK

    Geography Factsheet: 317. Will the lights go out? The future of electricity generation in the UK

    Electricity is generated in the UK in a number of different ways, most is generated by burning fossil fuels such as natural gas and coal and a small amount is generated by burning oil. Other sources ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 318. Super Typhoon Haiyan

    Geography Factsheet: 318. Super Typhoon Haiyan

    Typhoon Haiyan – local name Yolanda - was one of the strongest ever-recorded typhoons to hit the Philippines on the 8th November 2013. It was classified as a super typhoon - a Category 4 or 5 t...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 319. Volcanic Activity and landforms of the Hawaiian Hot Spot

    Geography Factsheet: 319. Volcanic Activity and landforms of the Hawaiian Hot Spot

    What is a hot spot? Hawaii is an oceanic hot spot, but there are continental hot spots too. Volcanic hot spots are created as ‘plumes’ of magma rise through the earth’s mantle. Mant...

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  • Geo Factsheet: 320. What Are The Likely Social and Economic Impacts of an Ageing Global Population?

    Geo Factsheet: 320. What Are The Likely Social and Economic Impacts of an Ageing Global Population?

    Why is the global population aging? Globally, the human population is showing an aging structure and within the next decade there will be more people on the planet aged over 65 than those aged under ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 321. Death of the High Street?

    Geography Factsheet: 321. Death of the High Street?

    In December 2012 a report from The Department for Business Innovation and Skills stated that there are more than 5,400places named High Street in the UK which accommodate an estimated 450,000 shops. T...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 322. Understanding GIS

    Geography Factsheet: 322. Understanding GIS

    What is GIS and why is it important? GIS or Geographical Information Systems have become an important part of a 21st century way of life. GIS has traditionally been a backoffice technology, and many ...

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