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  • Geography Factsheet: 323. The Millennium Villages the ‘big-push’ theory of change in action

    Geography Factsheet: 323. The Millennium Villages the ‘big-push' theory of change in action

    In order to place the Millennium Villages Project within its historic context we have to go back to the United Nations General Assembly held in New York on 17th December 1998. Resolution 53/202 design...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 324. Coastal landforms of sea level change

    Geography Factsheet: 324. Coastal landforms of sea level change

    Coasts are dynamic systems which are constantly being altered, with landforms being created and destroyed. Sea level change plays an important role in shaping coastlines and fluctuations in sea levels...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 325. Indian urban change and Megacities

    Geography Factsheet: 325. Indian urban change and Megacities

    Urbanisation, that is, the growth in proportion of a population living in urban areas has been a recognised process for some centuries, but the pace of change has been erratic both spatially and tempo...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 326. How might the development gap be reduced?

    Geography Factsheet: 326. How might the development gap be reduced?

    The concept of development has changed. Forty years ago the development challenge was a world of one billion rich people facing a poor world of five billion. It is now clear that 80% of the five billi...

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  •  Geography Factsheet: 327. World shale oil – the next energy revolution?

    Geography Factsheet: 327. World shale oil – the next energy revolution?

    Shale oil is locked (ie trapped) in permeable sedimentary rocks. It is sometimes known as ‘tight’ oil. Whilst extracting shale oil by the fracking process is more costly than the productio...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 328. Ebola - Anatomy of a Potential Pandemic

    Geography Factsheet: 328. Ebola - Anatomy of a Potential Pandemic

    Until the emergence of cases of the disease in American citizens in September 2014, very little was seen in the media about the outbreak of ebola in West Africa - the largest outbreak of this disease ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 329. The Canary Islands – volcanic landscape and hazards

    Geography Factsheet: 329. The Canary Islands – volcanic landscape and hazards

    The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago consisting of seven larger and a few smaller islands made up of largely dormant volcanoes. The island chain is about 600km long and is situated in the west...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 330. Using mobile devices for geographical fieldwork

    Geography Factsheet: 330. Using mobile devices for geographical fieldwork

    Smartphones and tablets have become ubiquitous in nearly all of our everyday lives. As “digital natives” you will be used to using the technology for networking and communicating with frie...

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  •  Geography Factsheet: 331. Vietnam: a newly industrialised country

    Geography Factsheet: 331. Vietnam: a newly industrialised country

    ‘Vietnam, a one-party Communist state, has one of south-east Asia’s fastest growing economies and has set its sights on becoming a developed nation by 2020.’ BBC NEWS ASIA, May 2014...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 332. Drylands: a case study of threats and development in Greater Canyonlands U

    Geography Factsheet: 332. Drylands: a case study of threats and development in Greater Canyonlands U

    The world’s drylands cover 40% of the world’s land area (Figure 1 map) and are home to over 2 billion people in over 100 countries. While they are not as arid as deserts drylands are place...

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