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Course Description
This course is a thematic study of human activity and the global distribution of these activities. Topics covered will include: global population, migration, culture, language, religion, ethnicity, political geography, development, agriculture, urban patterns, environment, and disasters.

Human Geography

Year 10 Homework - The development gap

The development gap is the variations in quality of life and standard of living between people and countries.  There are a variety of reasons why the development gap grew. 395 more words

GCSE Homework

Post Colonial Geography

Ok so I’m not really sure how a blog works. Anyway, I thought it would be best to do a lot of introductory blogs and then follow these up with little bits and pieces of what I’ve been reading – and what I think about those things. 130 more words

Addressing Digital Divides in Canada

On December 15, 2016, the Honourable Navdeep Bains (Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development) announced the launch of Connect to Innovate.1

Connect to Innovate… 912 more words

Technology

Keeping things moving A to B: why what happens at sea matters

Post by Kimberley Peters

Breaking chains: the threat of piracy

Just a few years ago the threat of piracy – the seizure of huge cargo ships and the holding hostage of their crews –  loomed large off of the coast of Somalia. 903 more words

Research

Last minute save for the British steel industry

Seconds before the whistle blew on the fate of Tata Steel, and with it the British steel industry, there has been a last-minute save in the form of union negotiations. 418 more words

Geography In The News

#FreeIbrahim

The Law, Geography, Business, MHS, Media, and Anthropology Societies are calling YOU to take action! Ibrahim Halawa, is an Irish student, who is being illegally detained in an Eygyptian prison, after being caught up in a riot which broke out following a peaceful protest three years ago. 580 more words

Human Geography