Presentation on theme: " LG 3: Management of Resources Analyze how management of key natural resources affects location and patterns of movement of people, products and money."— Presentation transcript:
LG 3: Management of Resources Analyze how management of key natural resources affects location and patterns of movement of people, products and money and evaluate how societies create sustainable development. Criteria for Success Analyze how management of key natural resources affects location and patterns of movement of people, products and money Evaluate how societies create sustainable development.
Most democratic governments tend to have capitalist or free enterprise economic systems Provide three examples However, this is not always a sure bet. There are examples of newly industrialized countries which are totalitarian. Examples include Iran and China.
Definition: A type of long term pattern of resource usage and economic development in which the goal is to meet human needs while preserving the environment for future generations. Regardless of political systems, all countries must find ways to promote sustainable development Why is this so important?
Watch the following clip com/watch?v=YYmrP n1CnzY com/watch?v=YYmrP n1CnzY What are government regulations Answer the following What is a potential outcome if there are no regulations? How could regulations have helped in this scenario?
The Amazon Rainforest has a tremendous amount of natural resources. This causes people and companies to flock to the rainforest Competition Wildlife Natives Loggers Cattle Ranchers Rubber tapers Government Developers
com/watch?v=iSMD8 3H37y4 com/watch?v=iSMD8 3H37y4 How would these competing industries put strain on the rainforest? What should be done to meet the needs of the people while protecting the environment for future generations?
This is Lake Travis before the drought
Remember that WATER is a NATURAL RESOURCE How do people use water? How can create strain on Lake Travis? People drink water Water their lawns Boaters, water skiers, tubers, fishers Water is needed for lives stock What needs to happen to lessen the strain on Lake Travis?
With a partner do the following Research an example of a natural resource being exhausted (This can be water, oil, trees, gold, diamond) In what ways has this created jobs? How has it strained the environment? How is the local government trying to protect the environment? What would you do in order to meet the needs of people and protect the environment?