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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)
GOOD JOBS WANTED : Labor Markets in América Latina GOOD JOBS WANTED : Labor Markets in América Latina Inter-American Development Bank Inter-American Development.
Physical Features of Latin America
Child Laboring Group Members-Kevin S. Alex H. Nathan K. Created by: Nathan Kosewski.
Child Labor. What is Child Labor? 1. Child Labor is work that harms children or keeps them from attending school. 2. America had many children in the.
Trends in World Tourism Unit 4: Tourism and the Environment.
Trends in World Tourism
Poor Working Conditions Child Labor Long hours, low pay Unsafe working conditions Sweatshops.
By Javier Arroyo & Jonathan Delgado. Latin American government instability Political confusion Corrupt leaders Government spending unaccounted.
LATIN AMERICA GOVERNMENTS AND ECONOMIES. GOVERNMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA MOST COUNTRIES HAVE A HISTORY OF MILITARY RULE CORRUPTION POLITICAL INSTABILITY.
Foreign Policy: Latin America Megan, Trevor, Rebecca.
Habitat for Humanity in Costa Rica. Background Fairly stable economy – Tourism, agriculture, electronics Government deficits – Prevented quality social.
Abandoned Children in Latin American Cities Christian Ragland Akich White Jess Knecht.
SOUTH AM. CENTRAL AMERICA Caribbean Islands Mexico
Immigration EQ: Why Did Immigrants come to the United States?
Challenge 1 Latin America
Warm Up What do you think causes the economies of some less developed nations to grow rapidly?
The History of Cuba By: Samantha Parylak, Emily Kiefer and Alex Decarlo.
Life in America for Immigrants. Objective By the end of the lesson, SWBAT describe what life was like for immigrants when they first came to America.
Life in America for Immigrants. Objective By the end of the lesson, students should be able to describe what life was like for immigrants when they first.
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