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Can you guess the Geography key terms (Battle for the Biosphere) based on their definitions?

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DefinitionKey Term
The idea that the current generation of people should not damage the environment in ways that will threaten the future generations' environment.
The living part (plants and animals) of the Earth.
The genetic material contained by a specific population.
Unable to be kept going at the same rate or level.
The world's most powerful and influential nations, such as the USA and, increasingly, China and India.
The level in the soil or bedrock below which water is usually present.
Acronym; an international agreement.
Managing the environment in order to preserve, protect or restore it.
An intergovernmental treaty for the conservation and wise use of wetlands.
DefinitionKey Term
Those things that are provided, bought and sold that are not tangible.
Produced items and materials.
The chopping down and removal of trees to clear an area of forest.
A plant and animal community covering a large area of the Earth's surface.
Fuel sources derived from agricultural crops.
The number and variety of living species found in a specific area.
The global stores of water and linking processes that connect them.
The social, economic and environmental decline of an area, often through deindustrialisation.
Uncultivated, uninhabited and inhospitable regions.

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