Thank you Alex for this website contribution (I really am blessed to have students so engaged in their learning).
This website is a gold-mine of information on diseases. It provides "multitudes of relevant yet complex information that will be helpful with both the analytical and research criteria" for your NWR assessment in T4.
An interesting map highlighting (among other things) the inequalities that exist between Developed and Less Developed Countries. How can one country be best know for Rugby (NZ) whilst another country is best known for Child Labour (Ethiopia). Is this global equality?
"I found this pretty cool interactive website that allows you to adjust various variables to influence the predicted carrying capacity of an area! It’s related to Malthusian limits, predicting/scientifically and systematically generating a limit according to the slidey scales of environment and industry."
This is so cool! Wellbeing can be measured using indicators such as education, wealth and health. These can be broken into subcategories such as emotional health, physical health and environmental health. Look at the animation on Worldmapper showing the amount of income spent per day.
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