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Which groups are promoting sustainable futures? These 3 locations in All: Present as an oral report Make a poster q3, p Analyse newspaper articles p Complete mind map p Design an eco resort q4,p Design a poster q3, p Design a brochure q2, p Plan a three day Safari to Kruger q8,p Complete fieldwork activities pquestionnaires and surveys Complete the research task p Perspectives p Zoologist, animal trader, tourist, lumberer, farmer, trekker, skier, shifting cultivator, developer, small scale subsistence farmer, conservationist, World Heritage site manager, Sherpa, person living in Mt Hagen, miner, person that moves animals up and down the slopes with the seasons transhumanceroad builder, earthquake specialist, vulcanologist, disasters manager or a Buddhist monk in Nepal.
Give reasons for the selection of the place. What happens when people living at the source of a river use most of the water so little is left for the people living downstream?
For better or worse? Satellite imagery showed that North America had been sprinkled with a dash of Asia.
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Topic 16 Fieldwork inquiry: What maps seconx you use to visit a friend in the next suburb, a friend in India, walking in the Blue Mts or sailing in the Pacific Ocean?
Answer key geographical questions such as What is it?
What environment all year is the hottest and wettest, coldest and driest, hottest editino driest? Describe the impacts of global warming on glaciers. World map with percentage population change Population distribution and growth and uneven consumption or resourcesdeveloped versus developing countries, urban versus rural Interpreting population pyramids- India and USA and impacts on resources use Minamata pAfrica p; photographs p, ,, ,; tables p; statistics p; diagram p; graphs column, bar and picture graphs p, p, pie graphs p; climate graphs p,; population pyramids p India and USA; ICT p and integrated throughout the pages; fieldwork; satellite p, ; cartoon p and use of GIS Imagine you were an owner of a large logging and mining company operating in a developing country…….
Page 10 The use of the Internet is a source of information for rdition, extension activities, students with learning problems, geographical tools, digital images, group work, independent gepactive as well a providing a variety of perspectives. How are individuals, communities and governments reducing deforestation? What happens after rainfall?
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Where are the different global environments located? How are individuals, communities and governments reducing desertification? Inland Water Topic 3: How do plants adapt to poor soils? How can geoactivve communicate with organisations to participate as global citizens?
How can it be reduced from the local to the global scale? Refer to map p Diagnosis — pre-test for. Draw a cartoon on an environmental issue that effect you Refer to the Global Education site on waste and answer the questions http: Eye in the sky.
They are working from the bottom up grassroots-village while governments tend to work from the top down.
What place would you like to live? Why are dust storms a problem? Buy, swap, sell and give. How does the clearing of rainforests impact on global warming? What do you think they are doing? To provide feedback to the organisation send an email http: Water in the world.