GCSE resource management and well being
The control and monitoring of resources so that they do not become depleted or exhausted.
Social well being
Includes health and income, level of harmony and progress in a country.
Refers to the ability to maintain a minimum standard of living. It means you can afford to buy the goods and services you need and want - your income for this comes from your employment.
Well being and quality of life increase
When food, water and energy are ABUNDANT relative to the number of people living in a place
Well being and quality of life DECREASE
When food, water and energy are SCARCE relative to the number of people living in a place
Global population growth and rates of consumption
Factors which create a need to increase water, food and energy supplies
Population of the world in 2011
Amount of Kilocalories per day needed by a WOMAN in the UK to survive and live a healthy life according to the NHS
Amount of Kilocalories per day needed by a MAN in the UK to survive and live a healthy life according to the NHS
A river, stream, lake or reservoir or spring with fresh water
used to describe the health of a water system, which can limit the availability of water for people
children die every year from diarrhoea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation
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