Mau yang lebih????? Ayo Gabung sekarang dan langsung Claim Bonus Nya Hanya setiap Hari Jumat ya I have a fuckin geo test tomorrow on topic rivers and all that lame shit,,. We have to learn a whole ass fuckin case study for the test smh were just in the 9th grade bruh. October 20, Naya bday, iffy bday, exams 22, BE, ummi on insta yeet Jayden idk.
Cambridge IGCSE case studies
Geography Case Study | Geography Case studies
The Reef is under threat as many tourist go to them. Although there are strict rules and you are only aloud to do certain activates, people still break the rules. Rivers bring toxic and metal pollutants to the reef from industrial activates. To achieve this, they are developing laws to stop oil pollution, over-fishing and tourist damage.
Ccea Gcse Geography - Mississippi Case Study
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As many new dams are planned to be built along the River Nile, many people are fighting back against them. The Aswan Dam is one of the case studies I look at with my GCSE pupils to look at large scale water management and large scale development schemes. Whilst the pupils enjoy learning about this, they often don't see its importance today as the modern dam was completed in the s, which to our pupils is a very long time ago. In the news recently I have seen that the construction of new dams on the River Nile, particularly in Sudan, are causing conflict with many groups of people worried that the construction of the dams will destroy not only the environment, but also their culture and lifestyle. In , the Nubian people and many activists helping them to fight for their land, won a battle to prevent the construction of the Kajbar Dam, which, if built, would have destroyed up to 90 villages and displaced approximately 10, people.