Teoria Geo

Traditional societies: similar to rural societies (in political, economic and cultural ways to those that existed before the industrial revolution. Also called pre-industrial.

- Most of them work in agricultural and livestock farming activities.

- Their production is based on survival.

- They manufacture the things artisanaly.

- A very stable and controlled behaviour (by religious and modal codes).

- Comunication between them and villages is very limited. Only few have the opportunity to travel or hear

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G&H



1. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE

DEVELOPMENT?

using resources in a REASONABLE way that we can use them for this generation and for future generations.

2. WHAT ARE THE FOUR FACTORS OF

PRODUCTION

capital, enterprise, land, labor (CELL)

3. WHAT DOES SCARCITY MEAN? 

A limited amount of something not enough to fulfill the wants and needs of all people (lack of something).

4. WHEN THE LAND IS USED TO ITS FULL

POTENTIAL IS IT INTENSIVE OR EXTENSIVE

Intensive

5. WHAT IS ANOTHER WORD FOR BRING UP,

OR RAISE, AN ANIMAL

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Geografía

Afghanistan: Kabul/ Armenia: Yerevan/ Azerbaijan: Baku/ Bahrain: Manama/ Bangladesh: Dhaka/ Bhutan: Thimphu/ Brunei: Bandar Seri Begawan/ Cambodia: Phnom Penh/ China: Beijing/ Cyprus: Nicosia/ Georgia: Tbilisi/ India: New Delhi/ Indonesia: Jakarta/ Iran: Tehran/ Iraq: Baghdad/ Israel: Jerusalem/Japan: Tokyo/Jordan: Amman/ Kazakhstan: Nur-Sultan/ Kuwait: Kuwait City/ Kyrgyzstan: Bishlek/ Laos: Vientiane/ Lebanon: Beirut/ Malaysia: Kuala lumpur/ Maldives: Male/ Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar/ Myanmar: Naypyidaw/

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Geografia

RENEWABLE RESOURCES

Renewable resources, together with inexhaustible resources (sunlight, wind, salty water…) are fundamental because their existence and renewal depend on rational use. Examples are land and forests.

Fertile soil is one of the most important because agriculture and livestock form the basis of the global food supply, and overexploitation can use it up. Excessive use of pesticides, fertilisers and inappropriate crops make the soil less fertile, or make land disappear altogether (desertification,

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geography

  Birth and fertility rates
The birth rate is the number of births in a population in a specific period. It is measured using the crude birth rate (CBR). The world birth rate is now 20 per 1,000 (‰), but
 the figure varies according to a country’s level of development.
 The total fertility rate (TFR) is an estimate of the average number of children that a woman has during her
  lifetime (age 15-49).
A minimum of 2.1 children per woman allows generational replacement to take place. But in developed

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política de mierda

Elements that make up a state: citicents, territory, branches of the government; legislative(makes the laws)  , judicial (ensures that laws are obeyed), executive (applies the laws); laws. The functions of a state: international functions, national security, economic well-being, social services; welfare state: guarantees the economic and social well-being of its citizens. International relations between states: based on cooperation: polítical, economic, military, cultural. conflicts economic,

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