This is the GCSE Geography Revision Guide for the Edexcel B syllabus Unit 2, People and the Planet.
For each topic it covers the key terms, and asks and answers fundamental questions such as “how and why is population changing?”
It also covers specific issues of interest, such as the particular situation affecting Russia’s declining population, while Yemen’s population is growing quickly.
There are detailed graphs, analyses of the factors driving change, the advantages and disadvantages of having an aging population, and numerous examples of differing government policies.
The full contents list is…
Topic 1: Population Dynamics
Topic 2: Consuming resources
Topic 3: Living spacesTopic 4: Making a living
Topic 5: Changing cities
Topic 6: Changing countryside
Topic 7: Development dilemmas
Topic 8: World of Work
At the end there are practical exam questions for each topic.
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