This is the link to a digital version of the pre-release booklet
This is the link to the research and notes that last years 13’s carried out in preparation for the exam. Read through the pre-release first before going into this.
Revise and be prepared for the mock in January.
Question B for next week please:
From June 2014.
This article from The Guardian builds on the IEA article we studied today. Note the $329 billion dollar clean energy investment figure given for last year. Realistic?
There is a very good discussion around 34 minutes in on the possible impacts on world politics of the continuing decline of world oil prices. Very useful listening for both energy and superpower topics!
The Paris based world climate talks begin on Monday; make sure you keep up to date on what is being discussed.
This article should help and provides a very good outline of the issue of energy use and global climate impacts. Read it!
Read this article from The guardian on the UK’s new energy policy. Note the reliance on subsidised nuclear and the move away from government backing of renewables.
Can ISIS draw Russia and the west together against a common foe?
Let’s see how many of you can discuss these points next Tuesday….
Using Figure 4 and your own knowledge, suggest the impact on people and the environment of the growth in middle-class numbers and spending. (10)
The table that needs completing can be found below. You will need to carry out your own research to complete the information for China and India.
BRICS and implications on resources
Complete for Tuesday 29th September.
Presentations on the following topics for Thursday’s lesson please:
- The space race between USSR and USA 1955-1971
- The Cuban Missile Crisis – 1962
- The development of Nuclear weapons – 1945
- The Korean war 1950-53
- Vietnam War
- Marshall Plan
Please bring your presentation on a data stick or upload it straight to Google Slides. I will upload all of the presentation into the Drive after the lesson.