Southeast Asia prehistoric settlers arrived on Australia 40,000 years before the Europeans began claiming territories in the 17 century. A British explorer name James Cook has claimed Australia’s east coast in name of Great Britain. In 1829 all of Australia was claimed as British territory. The natural resources where used to develop manufacturing and agricultural industries to contribute to the British effort in WWI and WWII. Australia has become competitive internationally in the market economy due to the economic reforms. This helped the country achieve a sustainable society. Australia is known to be one of the fastest growing regions of the world economy. An environmental issue is a big concern in Australia because it’s known to be the driest continent on earth which makes it defenseless to climate changes. Severe droughts, cyclones and forest fires have been occurring recently in Australia. Also aging of the population and pressure on infrastructure is becoming a problem in Australia. Ten percent of the world’s biodiversity is in Australia, and most exist nowhere else in the world. Most of their populations are along the eastern coasts.
Is it a High (Complex) culture or Low (Simple) culture
Australia is a low culture. This mean Australian's has become diverse and treat one another equal. Australia is similar to Canada in many ways. They are a country that is growing and being open to different cultures, and not discriminating against each other. Low culture countries tend to seek out information on something before they invest or trust someone.
As of 2013 there is an estimate of 22.3 million population in Australia. 92% of the population are white, 7% Asian, and aboriginal and other is 1% of the total...
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...d from the country. Australian's practice traditions honoring veterans and Australia's historic events, which include AZNAC Day. Macadamia nuts are native to eastern Australia which is included in many food dishes and ANZAC biscuits are part of the Australians culture.
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