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Colonialism - Posted by Charlotte Dooley


  Author - School in the Cloud

  Location: Sydney



What has been the effect of British Colonialism in Australia?

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What has been the effect of British Colonialism in Australia?

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Colonialism | Empire | Geography | History | Politics | Postcolonial

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Climate change - Posted by Colin Campbell


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  Location: British Columbia



Is is possible to prove or disprove the contention of the Inuit Elders that the earth has wobbled, which is the cause of climate change?

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Is is possible to prove or disprove the contention of the Inuit Elders that the earth has wobbled, which is the cause of climate change?

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Climate Change | Geography | inuit

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Ants across the World - Posted by Sofi


  Author - School in the Cloud

  Location: Hong Kong



Why can you find ants in most countries on earth?

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Why can you find ants in most countries on earth?

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Ants | Biology | Ecology | Environment | Geography | Insects

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Globalization - Posted by George Phillip


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  Location: IN



Do we need globalization?

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Do we need globalization?

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Geography | Globalisation | Globalization | Sociology

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Landforms: How do they change over time?


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How and why do landforms change over time?

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How and why do landforms change over time?

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Earth | Geography | Geology | Landforms | Nature | Science

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Building the Three Gorges Dam


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Do you think building the Three Gorges Dam was a good or a bad idea?

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Do you think building the Three Gorges Dam was a good or a bad idea?

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Architecture | Energy | Environment | Geography | Three Gorges Dam

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Climate Change: How should we address it?


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How should we address climate change?

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How should we address climate change?

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Climate | Climate Change | Earth | Environment | Geography | Global Warming | Science | Social Studies

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Rivers: What is they stopped flowing?


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What if all the rivers on the Earth stopped running ?

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What if all the rivers on the Earth stopped running ?

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Earth | Environment | Geography | Rivers

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Exploring the World


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If the world has already been discovered, is there still a need to explore?

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If the world has already been discovered, is there still a need to explore?

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Exploration | Geography

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Ocean Ecosystem: How does it work?


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How does the ocean ecosystem work?

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How does the ocean ecosystem work?

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Climate | Ecosystem | Geography | Oceans

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Exploration of Inhabited Areas


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If all places in the world are inhabited, do we have the right to explore?

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If all places in the world are inhabited, do we have the right to explore?

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Exploration | Geography

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Red Sun at Sunset


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Why does sun look reddish during the sunset and not yellow as it is during rest of the day?

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Why does sun look reddish during the sunset and not yellow as it is during rest of the day?

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Astronomy | Geography | Science | Sun

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Maps


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Why do people use maps?

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Why do people use maps?

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Geography | Human Behaviour | Maps | Maths | People

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Asians eating rice


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Why do people in Asia eat so much rice?

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Why do people in Asia eat so much rice?

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Asia | Climate | Food | Geography

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Geographic Regions


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How does the geographic region of where you live affect you?

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How does the geographic region of where you live affect you?

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Geography | Science | Social Science | Social Studies

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Adventure at Home


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Can you have an adventure close to home?

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Can you have an adventure close to home?

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Adventure | Geography

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Bananas and Cyclones


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How are bananas and cyclone shelters connected?

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How are bananas and cyclone shelters connected?

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Bananas | Climate | Cyclones | Food | Geography | Weather

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Fossils on Mt Everest


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Why are fossils at the top of Mt Everest?

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Why are fossils at the top of Mt Everest?

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Fossils | Geography | Nature

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Landslide Risk and Hazard


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How do we communicate landslide ‘risk’ and ‘hazard’ to those living with landslides, and how can science learn from these peoples experiences?

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How do we communicate landslide ‘risk’ and ‘hazard’ to those living with landslides, and how can science learn from these peoples experiences?

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Environment | Geography | Hazard | Landslides | Risk | Science