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  1. Opportunities and Applied Possibilities for Positive Social Change on Climate Change

    Different governments around the world are also promoting the use of renewable energy sources such as wind power because it is sustainable. Population control in some countries such as China is playing a huge role to address the social challenge towards climate change. When human population pattern and settlement is controlled, the rate of environmental destruction is significantly reduced thereby addressing all issues related to climate change. The other opportunity existing today is that we have both underdeveloped and developed nations signing treaties as an effort to curb this menace.

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  2. Overview of South-Africa and Lesotho

    Moreover, they have differences that make them unique. THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA GEOGRAPHY Geographically, the Republic of South Africa occupies the Southern tip of the continent of Africa. Its jagged northern border is shared by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Mozambique, and it completely surrounds Lesotho. On the western side is the Atlantic Ocean and on the Eastern and Southern sides the Indian Ocean. (See appendix ?C-1?) Its main feature is a high central plateau that covers much of the country and sweeps up toward the north, surrounded by a mountain bulwark dividing it from the mostly narrow coastal

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  3. Globalisation in India

    As India began its transition into the global economy, it implemented various measures to improve its economic performance. These multidimensional reforms targeted five specific areas; the agricultural sector, industrial sector, trade sector, financial sector and fiscal policies (M. Helen, 2008). Although agricultural sector reforms received less priority than other reforms they remain a major part of the Government?s amendments. The plans focused on improving research, strengthening infrastructure and removing domestic restrictions. Agriculture is one of the largest sectors of the Indian economy (Encyclopedia of Nations, 2010), and provides one of the most lucrative sectors for foreign investment. Yet this sector remains underdeveloped.

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