Explain the relationship between the concepts globalization, time-space compression and uneven geographical development
What is Refers to the increased connections and linkages between people and firms located in different places, opens in flows of goods, services, money information and people across national and continental borders .
The term globalization has been increased since mid 1980-s
The four basic aspect of globalization is Trade, Transactions, Capital, Investment
One of the most important dates of time-space compression was mid 19ths when the first world war was and the end of 20th century. In both of this time a radical restructuring in nature experience of both time and space. Time space compression basically made the world smaller by all the technology that is been provided to us. It is from a simple telephone nowadays to the biggest airplane that fly’s over the world. According to David Harvey, new information and communication technologies have made it easier for large volume of information to exchange at very low cost.
Explain the difference between renewable and non-renewable resources. Use an example to explain how technology creates reserves of non-renewable resources.
Why is biodiversity important?
Everything that lives in an ecosystem is part of the web of life, including humans. Each species of vegetation and each creature has a place on the earth and plays a vital role in the circle of life. Plant, animal, and insect species interact and depend upon one another for what each offers, such as food, shelter, oxygen, and soil enrichment.
Factors that affect these areas include: population size and growth rate and household size
Smaller household means also increase number of household