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The Present and Future of Latin America
Lots of natural resources
Seven Mile Beach NegrilJamaica
Tobago Cays Windward Islands
Beaches in Costa Rica
Houses in Latin America
High Population Density/overcrowded
Population pyramid - Latin America (1995 and 2025)
Drugs/Corruption South America has some of the most notoriously bad prisons in the world! Known for poor conditions, riots, corruption, many are run by gangs who control every aspect of existence.
HEADLINE: Chiquita admits to paying Colombia terrorists Banana company agrees to $25 million fine for paying AUC for protection
Lack of Healthcare
Lack of education
Lack of good/useable farmland/deforestation
Lack of government protection/regulations -no child labor laws -few laws protecting rainforest -little to no labor laws -no minimum wage
Lack of Government Regulation PovertyOvercrowdedDeforestation Drugs/ Corruption Lack of Healthcare Lack of Education
The Future of Latin America -Funding to improve agricultural methods and technology
Hydroelectric Power -Angel Falls (3,212ft high)
Human Rights Issues: Law and Order. Human Rights Human rights are the basic rights that every human being should have. The Brazilian constitution guarantees.
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Industrial Revolution Changes brought about when power-driven machinery in factories replaced work done in homes.
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