(North American Free Trade Agreement). An important trade agreement creating a huge zone of cooperation on trade and economic issues in North America.
Location: Southern Africa Official name: Republic of Namibia Formation (date of independence / date current borders were established): 1990 / 1994 Capital city: Windhoek Population: 2.2 million / 7 people per sq mile (3 people per sq km) Total land area: 318,694 square miles (825,418 square km) Language(s) spoken: Ovambo, Kavango, English (official language), Bergdama, … Read more
A group of people with a common culture living in a territory and having a strong sense of unity.
Nationality provides the identifying terms for citizens in the countries – noun and adjectives.
Native peoples: the people who belong by birth or origin to a place.
Natural hazards list possible natural disasters. For countries where volcanic activity is normal, a volcanism subfield highlights historically productive volcanoes.
A strip of land immediately alongside a stream that has been built up by deposition of sediments during flooding.
The highest rate at which a renewable resource can be used without decreasing its potential for renewal.
Location: Australasia & Oceania Official name: Republic of Nauru Formation (date of independence / date current borders were established): 1968 / 1968 Capital city: None Population: 9322 / 1151 people per sq mile (444 people per sq km) Total land area: 8.1 square miles (21 square km) Language(s) spoken: Nauruan (official language), Kiribati, Chinese, Tuvaluan, … Read more
Characteristic of trees like pine, fir, and cedar, found in northern regions of North America.
Supporters of forecasts that resources will not keep pace with the needs of growing human populations.
Location: South Asia Official name: Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal Formation (date of independence / date current borders were established): 1769 / 1769 Capital city: Kathmandu Population: 29.9 million / 566 people per sq mile (219 people per sq km) Total land area: 54,363 square miles (140,800 square km) Language(s) spoken: Nepali (official language), Maithili, … Read more