Globalisation – Remember it! & Test it!

Globalisation – Remember it! & Test it!

Remember it!

Globalisation is a significant feature of the world in the 21st century.

Globalisation has meant the development of manufacturing and services across the world.

The relative importance of manufacturing to different countries is changing.

There is an increasing global demand for energy through sustainable and non-sustainable developments.

Sustainable development must ensure that the environment is protected and that there are sufficient resources for future generations.

The global search to satisfy the increasing demand for food can have positive and negative repercussions.

Globalisation – Test it!

Why do Western companies move their factories to the East?

What does “TNC” stand for?

Is it more environmentally friendly to buy ‘local’ produce?

Which animals are said to be endangered by wind turbines?

Some top tips!

1. Print out the Test It! Questions – it will allow you
to replicate exam conditions and also allows you to
give your eyes a rest from the computer screen whilst
doing your crucial revision.
2. Make a copy of the Remember It! Section and put in
a place that you often look at. i.e. front of a journal,
next to a mirror, on a kitchen cupboard door, etc.