GCSE Edexcel Geography Quiz on Changing Cities

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1. What does 'greenbelt' mean?

  • An area called a greenbelt is an area that is specifically protects to prevent it being developed on
  • It is another term for a greenfield site
  • It is a type of belt that you can input the things you do everyday to reduce your eco-footprint and it is a belt so that you can wear it all the time
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2. De-industrialised means?

  • De-industrialised is a type of employment and it comes after the quarternary sector
  • That place is no longer a centre for industry
  • A country has got bigger factories

3. What is carpooling?

  • Carpooling is when you share a car with someone when driving somewhere
  • Carpooling is shared ownership of a car, so when one person isn't using it the other can
  • Carpooling is just a fancy name for 'going for a carwash'

4. Which areas of London have higher eco-footprints?

  • The richer areas
  • The poorer areas

5. Do farmers markets help to reduce eco-footprint?

  • Absolutely
  • Absolutely not


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