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The Landgrabbers: Fred Pearce

March 2015

As the size of the world’s population increases so too does the demand for land on which to house people, grow food and harvest resources which they increasingly demand

The landgrabbers

Overview

0 minutes – Introduction

2:30 minutes – Lecture begins. Introducing the concept of landgrabbing

6:15 minutes – Who are the landgrabbers?

11:40 minutes – Who suffers as a result of landgrabbing?

16:50 minutes – Why is landgrabbing happening?

27:10 minutes – Why is landgrabbing allowed to happen?

46:20 minutes – What will be the future of landgrabbing?

View the Lecture here (March 2014)

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AQA A Level
Unit 1: Food supply issues (optional)
Unit 3: Development and globalisation (optional)

Edexcel A Level
Unit 1: Globalisation (core)
Unit 3: Bridging the development gap (optional)
Unit 4: Life on the margins – food supply problems (optional)
Unit 4: The world of cultural diversity (optional)

OCR A Level
Unit 2: Managing rural change (core)
Unit3: Population and resources (optional)
Unit 3: Globalisation (optional)
Unit 3: Development and inequalities (optional)

WJEC A Level
Unit 3: Globalisation (optional)
Unit 3: Development (optional)

AQA A GCSE
Unit 2: Changing rural environments (core)
Unit 2: The development gap (core)
Unit 2: Globalisation (core)

AQA B GCSE
Unit 2: Investigating the globalisation of industry (core)

AQA iGCSE
Unit 2: Globalisation in the contemporary world (optional)

Cambridge iGCSE
Unit 1: Economic development (core)

Edexcel A GCSE
Unit 1: Sustainable development for the planet (core)

Edexcel B GCSE
Unit 2: Consuming resources (core)
Unit 2: Globalisation (core)
Unit 2: Development dilemmas (core)

Edexcel iGCSE
Unit 2: Economic activity and energy (optional)
Unit 3: Globalisation and migration (optional)Unit 3: Development and human waste (optional)

OCR B GCSE
Unit 3: Economic development (core)

WJEC A GCSE
Unit 1: Impacts of globalisation (core)
Unit 1: Measuring patterns of development (core)
Unit 1: Achieving the Millennium Development Goals (core)

WJEC B GCSE
Unit 3: Development (core)
Unit 3: Development issues and water (core)
Unit 3: Interdependence (core)

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