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Other than the consequences for farming, describe some possible economic impacts of global warming on African countriesExplain how transport developments contribute to globalisation.Explain how fair trade attempts to reduce global economic inequality.Explain two natural causes of short-term climate change.Explain why earthquakes are often experienced in coastal areas of California.UNIT 1 2015 SECTION A

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Describe how plate tectonics can cause volcanic activity in the PhilippinesExplain why tropical cyclones (typhoons) and flooding both occur frequently in the Philippines Explain two ways in which a warming climate can lead to a rise in global sea levelUsing examples, explain how flows of information create global networksExplain why countries join trade blocs, such as the EU and NAFTAUNIT 1 2014 - SECTION A

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Explain how urban growth can lead to more people being at risk from floodingExplain why some evidence for past climate changes is incomplete and unreliableUsing located examples, suggest how hazards caused by El Nino events can lead to food shortagesExplain why post-colonial migrants have been attracted to the UK since the 1950sExplain why rapid megacity growth in the developing world creates urban environmental problemsUNIT 1 2013 - SECTION A

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Explain how El Nino cycles can lead to droughtExplain how human activity has lead to enhanced greenhouse emissionsExplain how increasing climate risk contributes to rising food insecurity at a global scale.Why do many TNCs source what they need from a wide range of places?Explain why Europes Mediterranean coastline attracts migrants from within the EUUNIT 1 2012 SECTION A

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Explain why the human and economic costs of global hazards have increased rapidly over time.Examine the main factors that have accelerated globalisation.Explain why the numbers of migrants entering the UK has varied over time.Explain how physical factors lead to a range of hazard risks in the PhilippinesExplain why the impacts of global warming are predicted to be uneven and unfair.UNIT 1 - SECTION B part 1

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Explain how technology and trade blocs have contributed to globalisation.Examine the changing pattern of migration into the UK since the 1950sExplain how increasing climate risk contributes to rising food insecurity at a global scale.Explain the reasons for the formation of different global groupingsExamine the contrasting impacts of two international migrations on the host countries.UNIT 1 - SECTION B part 2

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Explain how physical factors lead to a range of hazard risks in the PhilippinesExplain why the impacts of global warming are predicted to be uneven and unfairExamine the main factors that have accelerated globalisationExplain why the numbers of migrants entering the UK has varied over timeGlobally, disasters are affecting more people but causing fewer deaths than in the past. Explain these two trends.UNIT 1 - SECTION B part 3

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Explain why it is difficult for scientists to predict the amount and rate of future of global warmingExplain how the growth of both TNCs and international organisations have accelerated the process of globalisationExplain the physical factors that contribute to the global distribution of floodingExplain the reasons for the formation of different global groupingsExamine the contrasting impacts of two international migrations on the host countries.UNIT 1 - SECTION B part 4

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Using named examples, comment on the success of two contrasting types of coastal defence.For a named area, describe the fieldwork and research you used to investigate pressures at the coast.For a rural or an urban area. Describe the results & conclusions of your fieldwork and research to investigate the need for rebranding.Using examples, explain the ways in which rural areas have been rebranded to attract both new businesses and visitors.

UNIT 2 - 2015

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Using egs, explain how coastal development (such as housing and industry) can have both economic benefits and environmental costsDescribe the fieldwork and research methods that you used to investigate the success of coastal defences along a named stretch of coastlineChoose either a rural or an urban area. Describe how you analysed and presented the results of your fieldwork and research into rebranding schemeUsing examples, explain how some places have used rebranding to become more sustainable

UNIT 2 - 2014

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Using examples, explain how different strategies can be used to make coastal management more sustainableDescribe the results & conclusions of fieldwork and research you did to investigate the pressure of human activities at the coastFor either an urban or rural area, describe the fieldwork and research you did to investigate why the area needed rebrandingUsing examples, explain the roles of different players involved in helping to rebrand rural areas

UNIT 2 - 2013

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Describe the fieldwork and research you used to investigate a range of coastal management schemesUsing examples, explain how coastal development can have economic costs and benefitsUsing examples, outline the ways in which urban areas have re-imaged themselves to attract more visitorsFor either an urban or a rural area, describe the fieldwork and research you undertook to investigate the need for rebranding

UNIT 2 - 2012

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Using examples, explain the threats facing culture and environment in extreme environments (8 marks)In the Australian outback where Aborigines live, tourism can cause cultural dilution. This is where the culture becomes weaker, and history can be forgotten. Also, important sites like Uluru can be treated disrespectfully by tourists, and cave paintings can be damaged. Mining can also damage the landscape where they live. Climate change can threaten the environment because Australia will have more drought, causing desertificationIn the Polar Regions, like in Alaska, where the Inuit people live, their culture can be diluted by tourism. Also, oil spills (like in 1989) can threaten the environment. Lastly, climate change will cause sea temperatures to rise which will melt more sea ice in the Arctic, making it harder for Inuit to fish.

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Using examples, explain the threats facing culture and environment in extreme environments (8 marks)In the Australian outback where Aborigines live, tourism can cause cultural dilution. This is where the culture becomes weaker, and history can be forgotten. Also, important sites like Uluru can be treated disrespectfully by tourists, and cave paintings can be damaged. Mining can also damage the landscape where they live. Climate change can threaten the environment because Australia will have more drought, causing desertificationIn the Polar Regions, like in Alaska, where the Inuit people live, their culture can be diluted by tourism. Also, oil spills (like in 1989) can threaten the environment. Lastly, climate change will cause sea temperatures to rise which will melt more sea ice in the Arctic, making it harder for Inuit to fish.Written answer3 Ways to tackle exam practice questions

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