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16 October 2014
European Environmental Inequalities

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About the exam
You may know that this area of the geography curriculum changed in August 2004. We've designed this site so it will be useful to you whether you're studying the old or the new syllabus.

If you're studying People and the Environment - Europe…


course content and outcomes where in the site you'll find resources
Know the location and types of European landscapes under serious pressure and be able to provide at least one named example for each type. Introduction
Areas of Pressure


the site covers rivers and coasts only
Describe the four distinct sources of environmental pressure and illustrate these with examples. Explain the nature and causes of pressures and their impact on the environment and people. Areas of Pressure
Describe potential solutions to these pressures, including the role of the EU and environmental pressure groups. Strategies and Success

Please note that the comparison exercise is not strictly relevant to students following this syllabus. However, you may find it a useful revision tool.

If you're studying Environmental Interactions - European Environmental Inequalities…


course content and outcomes (draft)
where in the site you'll find resources
Describe patterns of environmental quality with reference to:
air
rivers
seas and coasts
Areas of Pressure

the site covers rivers and coasts only, not air
Explain this pattern with reference to physical economic, social and political factors.

Areas of Pressure
Describe and explain the differences in environmental quality between any two rivers and either two sea and coastal areas or two mountain areas. Strategies and Success
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