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Interactive: The 50 Largest Ports in the World

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Investigate for yourself the mechanisms of global trade

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L.Long's curator insight, February 16, 4:26 AM

Global networks

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Ressource numérique interactive mêlant planisphère, routes maritimes, graphiques de l'activité portuaire et vues aériennes des plus grands ports du monde et de leur aménagement notamment pour la conteneurisation du commerce maritime. Une ressource tout à fait exploitable en 4e bien qu'étant en anglais (très peu de texte). On pensera aussi à la classe de terminale et aux DNL anglais.

Vincent Lahondère's curator insight, April 28, 1:57 PM

Un excellent site très utile lorsque l'on traite de la mondialisation


Pour aller plus loin

    - Site de l'Isemar (une mine)

    - Des statistiques très utiles

    - Les grands ports d'Asie orientale (conférence d'Yves Boquet, FIG, 2009) 

    - Conférence de Jacques Charlier : compte-rendu (conférence FIG 2013)

    - Le conteneur, une histoire de la mondialisation


FIG : Festival International de Géographie de Saint-Dié-des-Vosges


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Corruption versus human development

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Which countries/regions struggle the most with corruption in their political institutions?  Which countries/regions struggle with development?  Why is corruption seem to be correlated with  development? 


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Kenny Dominguez's curator insight, November 29, 2013 4:40 PM

It seems that New Zealand is the country to live in because it has less corruption. But one day the corruption will start and that would be the country no one would like to be living in. the United States is also a great place to live in but in certain areas. That goes for New Zealand also. But what I am curious why in other countries there is so much corruption in all these other countries like Congo and Afghanistan. Maybe that one day will change.

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Containerization Shaped Globalization

Sometimes a single unlikely idea can have massive impact across the world. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes how frustration drove...

 

The economies of scale that globalization depends on, relies on logistics and transportation networks that can handle this high-volume.  In a word, the container, as mundane as it may seem, faciliated the era within which we live today. 


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Tony Hall's curator insight, October 19, 9:05 AM

I loved watching this because I had no idea about how this happened. Perfect for the Globalisation topic in Higher Level IB Geography. Definitely showing it tomorrow!

Shanelle Zaino's curator insight, October 29, 3:16 PM

This is a very interesting short movie about globalization.What a great example of necessity being the mother of invention. Young truck driver Malcolm McLean sat in frustration as he watched cargo being painstakingly removed from trailers and placed on cargo ships. This process had been for decades the only way. It was in this frustration that Malcolm believed there had to be a better method.Malcolm stopped to think and created the idea of placing whole trailers or cargo containers  on to ships ,saving up to 8 days on each delivery. Malcolm revolutionized the shipping industry and helped to create the massive transportation network we have today. As consumers we owe a great deal to this man and his "thinking outside the box" or should I say container.

Kaitlin Young's curator insight, November 22, 1:58 PM

This video proves how a simple idea has the potential to change the world. The truck driver had the insight to notice when the current shipping system was not particularly effective and had the ingenuity to do something about it. Because of this man, containerization was allowed to change how goods could move around the world. As goods move, they also spread different cultures through food, ideas, technology, and beliefs. Without this process, globalization would not be at the level that it exists at today. .