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DefinitionKey Term
If a population consists of more young people than elderly people it is...
If a population consists of more elderly people than younger people it is...
An increase in the number of people working in primary, secondary and tertiary employment sectors, leading to rising incomes.
To meet the needs of the present without compromising the future generations' ability to meet their own needs.
Goods that are sent into a country.
The area surrounding a city from which a large number of people travel to work each day.
Including incentives to encourage people to have more children.
Right to vote, free pass and freedom of speech, leading to greater control over who governs you.
Remote countryside involved in producing raw materials.
Goods that are sent out of a country.
Cash-in-hand work; no taxes and unregulated.
Countries without enough energy for its demands are...
Improving an area that has been experiencing a period of decline.
Encouraging people to have fewer children.
The point at which oil production reaches its maximum level and then rapidly declines.
TNC stands for...
A piece of land that has previously been built on.
The way companies, idea and lifestyles are spreading more and more easily around the world.
NGO stands for...
The number of people entering a country.
Access to reliable and affordable sources of energy.
DefinitionKey Term
Big schemes and decisions that are made by the national government and/or private companies.
A piece of land that hasn't been built on but is being considered for development.
Term used for a variety of suburban communities that are generally located very close to a large city.
Residential areas or districts situated outside formal city limits.
Countries with enough or a surplus of energy for its demands are...
The point of decision; where a decision must be made to deal with population troubles.
A city with over 1,000,000 people.
A busy town or city would be considered an _____ area.
MNC stands for...
An increase in the proportion of people living in urban areas.
The landscape interface between town and country.
Improvements made to old houses and industrial buildings.
HDI stands for...
A peaceful village, generally in the countryside, with a low population and low crime rate.
GDP stands for...
Rising life expectancy, better healthcare and access to education; improved equality for women and minorities, leading to improved quality of life.
An area of slum housing in Brazil.
Numerous negative factors in one area.
A major centre of global communications, such as an international airport.
A place in which you live, such as a town or city.
A small-scale project where local people are fully involved in the process of decision-making.
DefinitionKey Term
The number of people leaving a country.
A place in a former rural area that is now full of commuters.
A traditional small community, still reliant on farming and primary industry.
An area of open land around a city, on which building is restricted.
Quirky term given to a situation where emigrants exceed immigrants; an area becomes void of skilled workers.
If an area cannot afford its population, it is...
CBD stands for...
Demands for food exceed the supply.
The area near the centre of a city, especially when associated with social and economic problems.
A region based on an urban area; has the majority of services, business and people.
OECD stands for...
Someone who agrees with something in principle as long as it doesn't affect them; acronym for a quote.
The bigger the population, the faster it has grown.
Acronym; examples include Mexico, China and India.
Where more people are choosing to live on the edge of urban areas.
Food supply meets or exceeds demands.
A place exclusively for elderly residents which includes everything its residents could need within a safe and secure environment.
A city with over 10,000,000 people.
A measure of human demands on the Earth's ecosystem; it compares human demand with planet Earth's ecological capacity to regenerate.

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