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What is industrialisation?
an econimic and social process that changes pe industrail societies into industrail ones.
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what is deindustrialisation?
refers to the decline in manafacturing industry .
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what has happened as a result of deindustrialisation?
job losses in the socondary industries replaced with tertiary and quaternary.
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what is mexico?
an industrialising country
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what is germany?
a deindustrialised country.
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what are NIC'S?
newly industrialsed countries.
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what are common features of NIC'S?
rapid rural- urban igration and urbanisation, increased social freedom, swith from agricultural to industrail economy, increasing trade with other countries.
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what is urbanisation?
the increase in the percentage of people living in towns and cities.
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what are some challanges for the countryside?
dissapearence of rural services, local depoplation, lack of transport, argicultural changelack of affordable homes.
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what is diversify?
means to create more variety in jobs and industry so that people are not dependant on one activity.
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what are the impacts of deindustrilisation on the uk? economic
loss of personal income, loss of tax income to national and local governments, rising demand for income support services,loss on income in the local area due to peoples lack of spending power.
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social impacts of deindustrialisation in glasgow?
people lost jobs and moved so the population fell. family breakdowns acholism and crime.
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explain the cycle of decline?
market declines, industries close, people lose jobs, less money to spend in local shops and services, local economy declines, no new ivestment....
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3 posotive impacts of deindustrialisation?
more available land, less water used in industrial processes, reduced noise and air pollution.
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3 negaatives of deindustrialisation?
derilict land, good manafactured further away meaning transport issues, empty factory buildings- litter and vandalism.
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what is the cycle of growth?
government help, new industries encouraged to locate in the area, jobs created, people have more money to spend, local economy grows, more people move to the region.
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what is the new employment in glasgow?
government have started to kick start growth as areas in glasgow have suffered major decline. goverment invests to try and start an cycle of growth.
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where did investments take place in glasgow?
arts and culture- the old docks- here the land was derilict. investment took place through private property developers to build shops, restaurants and riverside flats along the clyde it directs jobs in building, services and retail,
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mumbai- indias economic engine?
mumbai is the commercial capital of india home of nearly 13 million people.
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mumbai acts as an important economic hub by providing?
10%of all factory employment, 40% of all income tax collections, 40%of indias forgein trade. average yearly income in mumbai is £500 per person which is almost 3 times the average.
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how has mumbais economy diversified?
it now includes engeinerrying, diamond polishing, healthcare, it is home to bhabha atomic reasearch centre. most of indias major telivison networks have their headquaters in mumbai and it is the centre of the bollywood movie industy.
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what are the environmental impacts on mhumbai?
it suffers from air pollution due to its engenerring, chemical and pharmaceutial industries. there is an increse of demand in electricity becaus of the increase of tertiary and quaternary sectors. its electricity is from fosil fuels which pump outt
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what are brownfeild sites?
an area of land that has been built on and is sustainable for redevelopment.
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what are greenfeild sites?
areas of land that have not been previosuly built on.
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what are some disadvantages of developing browfeild sites?
more expensive that green because of clean up costs, can be important wildlife abitats.
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fort dunlop! case study...?
over 12000 people worked there it was a tyre storage facility on the outskirts of birmingham. in 1916 an entire villiage was built called tyretown developed around the sire to meet the workers need, including shops, a cinema and sports club.
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what happen to it?
the factory closed in 198- and dunlops manafacturing stoarge facilities moved overseas. after being empty and derilict for 20 years in 2002 it recieved planning permission for a mixed use development to create a sustainable 24 hour community.
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what does it now have?
an 100 bed hotel a buisness park with commercial office and retailling place as well as plavces to eat and drink.
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what is fort dunlop and good example of?
a classic brownfeild site has been regenerated to provide employment and in doing so has improved the local environment.
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what is ecotourism?
a form of tourism designed to reduce the negative espects of tourism on the environment.
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what is green employment?
consists of attempts to improve air and water quality, to recycle and reduce waste, to promote conservation and green tourism and to improve the environment.
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what does green employment include?
making green products- from natural renewable materials, constructing green buildings that use less energy and water, built from natural materials, offering green servces eg eco tourism.
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what emplyment opertunities does renewable energy offer?
works on renewable energy sources such as biofuels, wind urbines, jobs in construction, some commerial finance services.
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