Grown far beyond its original intended size, the army was difficult to assemble and hard to feed. Between Tilsit and Moscow, there lay over 600 miles of hostile barren countryside. Because of lack of supplies and the difficulty to feed the large army, Napoleon's plan was simple: bring about a battle, defeat the Russian army, and dictate a settlement. Apparently neither he nor his soldiers, who cheerfully began crossing the Nieman River, thought beyond the immediate goal. Already 300 miles into Russia, Napoleon had not yet found a way to exploit his advantage.
This could all have been avoided, if negligence and inattention didn’t play a role in the Bhopal disaster of 1984. Bhopal is the capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh, which is located in India. Climate there varies from tropical heat to near-arctic cold. With fifty-five million people the average income is very low for most people in India. “This huge population means that much of India does not have the resources to meet the daily needs of its people.
This is a completely different story in developing countries where the people there have to walk miles on end to get a pale of water. The people in these unfortunate countries use very little water every day because to them water is sacred. The truth is not having enough clean freshwater is one of those issues that has now become a real problem not just in developing countries but super powers, such as the United States of America. Description/ History: Water scarcity is both a natural and a human-made phenomenon. There is enough freshwater on the planet for seven billion people but it is distributed unevenly and too much of it is wasted, polluted and unsustainably managed.
Due to this increase human beings have begun to experience a serious crisis dealing with the loss of water. The world has become limited with its supply of water, due to its high demand. Humans believe water is a resource that is completely renewable and everlasting, but through many years water supply is becoming extremely scarce. Statistically proven there is only " 2.5 [percent] which is freshwater. Almost all of it is locked up in ice and in the ground.
But there were still many targets which weren’t met. The Great Depression caused the price of grain and raw materials to be driven down so the USSR therefore couldn’t compete internationally as they could not earn enough from exports to pay for all the machinery it needed. A great deal of money of went into the investment of agriculture because of the forced collectivisation programme. However, the impressive growth in certain sectors of the economy and there was
Population Distribution in Brazil Population of Brazil is 157,872,000, which is quite high considering that only 10% live inland and over 90% live on a strip along the east coast which is roughly 500km wide and is about 25% of the of the countries total area. The density decreases quite rapidly towards the north-west, where several remote areas are almost entirely lacking in permanent settlement. There’s an area in the dry north-eastern which they call the Sertao. Here it is also lacking settlement also lacking in settlements due to the following reasons; extremely high temperatures and poor soils make it unsuitable for growing conditions in the area, which is also not good to rear animals on. Sertao also lacks in clean water, electricity, healthcare, energy reserves, communications poor and education is also lacking.
Daylength varies greatly throughout the year. Nome experiences long, cold winter and cool summer. Precipitation exceeds small potential evapotranspiration demand. Nome vegetation is low, ground level herbaceous plants, and some woody species. Root can penetrate only about 1 meter.
In 1905 the Tsar crushed the attempted revolution using the army that was loyal to him. In 1914, Russia entered the WWI, unprepared in any way it suffered countless losses and therefore all the problems that existed increased and new problems occurred. 1) FOOD SHORTAGES Food shortages frustrated the people and soldiers more and more as prices were rising dramatically. Food shortages were a result of two main reasons. One was that Russia's population was around 130 million (and growing) at that time there fore a lot of food was needed to support such a large population, even though Russia was large enough to easily fit that amount of population, `most of it's farm land was unsuitable for farming`1, this shows that farm land often became overcrowded and farmers demanded more land.
Temperature The Tundra suffers a very harsh climate. Because of this fact most of the area remains barren save for a few shrubs and lichens. It's winters last from 8-10 months and the summers are cool and short. Also due to the fact that much of it's territory is located within the northern pole a lot of the Tundra receives alternating 6 month periods of light and dark. This is also the reason why the Tundra receives cold weather; at it's degree of latitude the suns rays end up hitting the region obliquely, thus causing less solar heat.
It could not go on like this. Tsar's biggest downfall was taking on the army. All the where having effects on other areas like the economy. As the Tsar unscripted over 15 million mento the army, there was not enough men to work in factors and on forms, this caused large problems in Russia because this lead to shortages of food and materials, which effected the peasants because they where poor anyway. This caused much pressure on them.