|The management and modification of natural environment.
|The increase in the proportion of people living in towns and cities.
|The movement of people from rural areas, such as the savannah or a countryside, to urban areas, such as a city or town.
|An area that is between rural and urban.
|A city with a population of more than 10 million.
|How evenly or unevenly people are spread out.
|The amount of people in a given area.
|More Economically Developed Country/ Less Economically Developed Country
|Adult literacy rate
|The percentage of people over the age of 15 who can read and write.
|The percentage of the labour force that is employed.
|The ratio of deaths to the population of a particular area or during a particular period of time (deaths per 1000 per year)
|A form of agriculture in which an area of ground is cleared of vegetation and cultivated for a few years then abandoned for a new area until its fertility has been naturally restored.
|Soft flood management
|Local councils set up evacuation plans and information leaflets on what to do when there is a flood.
|Hard flood management
|Some areas have widened and deepened the rivers and dams to control the flow of water (any way to control the flood, E.g. dams).
|Land use planning
|Local councils set up rules and regulations to reduce the amount of building on flood plains.
|Large open areas next to a river designed to cope with flood water have been increased in urban areas.
|Where a person's quality of life falls below a level that is regarded as an acceptable minimum by the government.
|Average number of years a person may expect to live at the time of birth.
|Intentional damage of property.
|Places where economic, social and environmental conditions are very poor.
|Squatter settlements (Shanty towns, Slums)
|Settlements that are built illegally in and around the city who can't afford proper housing.
|When not all people have access to clean water.
|A town or city.
|Vehicles that are on roads.
|Relating to humans or society.
|The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates.
|Relating to economics or economy, related to money.
|Able to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
|Movement of one part of an area to another.
|A shanty town in or near a city.
|The difference between the number of live births and the number of deaths occurring in a year, divided by the population of that year, multiplied by a factor (usually 1,000). It is equal to the difference between the crude birth rate and the crude death rate.
|The number of live births per thousand of population per year.
|Excessive population of an area to the point of overcrowding, depletion of natural resources, or environmental deterioration.