Before I actually start blabbering about how to protect coral reefs, I would like
to explain WHY we should protect them. As some of you might wonder why should I
care to protect some weird and gaudy coloured flowery stone bed that lies in the
Questions to Ponder
1. Do you agree that What gets us into trouble is not what we dont know;
its what we know for sure that just aint so?
2. What is the physical explanation for global warming?
3. If interested, google and read a bit more about these grea
GEOG 1012 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN AN URBANIZING WORLD
First semester, 20162017
Department of Geography
The University of Hong Kong
Dates: Every Friday
Time: 12:30 2:20 pm
Dr. James J. WANG (Course coordinator)
Invisible trade is the business transactions that occurs with no exchange of tangible goods.
Invisible trade involves the transfer of non-tangible goods and/or services, including
customer service, intellectual property and patents. The items involved in
THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY
UNDERGRADUATE FIRST YEAR
SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION
GEOG1003 Contemporary Global Environmental Issues
May 27, 2013
Time allowed: TWO hours.
Instructions for answering question
Week #10: Natural hazards
Natural hazards- Natural processes that will have a negative
effect on people or the environment.
- The qualifier "natural" eliminates such exclusively manmade
phenomena such as air/water pollutio