This textbook provides information on the geography of Italy, including its position in the EC, specific problems facing Italy, protecting the environment, tourism, resources and energy, the north/south divide in industry and the historical development of towns and cities.
This short topic book is designed to provide up-to-date resources for a detailed investigation of Italy. Beyond the requirements of the National Curriculum, it provides a broad contemporary geography, including population, physical contrasts in landscape, climate, energy, industry and travel. The book is a mix of resources and activities, combining to provide an insight into Italy. The book takes an in-depth look at the geography of the country, allowing pupils to develop detailed knowledge and understanding of a variety of themes. It looks at tourism in relation to Europe as a whole. A number of topics with wider thematic relevance are also covered, including protecting the environment, the physical background and resources and energy. It satisfies National Curriculum requirements to study a country from the developed world, its regions and a specific locality.
Italy in Europe; the physical background; the people and the regions; regional contrasts; the Southern question; changes in the countryside; resources and energy; industrial contrasts; the growth of cities/Rome; tourism; protecting the environment.
Exploring Italy by Michael Hill
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