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        E3 Summit Sub-Topic for Country Profile








                                                 History & Geography


For your duty, you are responsible for uncovering all of the geographic & historical information you can about your country.  Below is a checklist of topics to help you through the process.  The information will eventually be used to help your country make informed decisions about energy policy at the U.N. Summit.  Your future decisions at the U.N. must take into consideration, and be consistent with, the background information you uncover.  Remember, you have duty to help the world; however, you also have a duty to represent your country.  Good luck, Ambassador!


1)      Overview—(You will need to complete this before your country assembles its country profile presentation)

2)      Locate as many different maps as possible relating to your country (political, population, topographical, climate, etc.)

3)      Create??? or Select??? a map that best represents your country

4)      Location (bordering countries, part of the world)

5)      Size (hard figures and relation in size to other countries)

6)      Length of Coastline

7)      Maritime Claims (Does your country claim territory to the sea?)

8)      Topography (hills, mountains, plains, plateaus, relation to sea level?)

9)      Principal Rivers

10)  Climate (tropical, mild, cold, dry, etc.?)

11)  Natural Resources (lead, gold, natural gas, oil, etc.?)

12)  Renewable Resources (fish, timber, etc.?)

13)  Land Use

14)  Environmental Factors (pollution, illegal hunting, deforestation, depletion of water table, prone to hurricanes or tsunamis?)

15) Major historical time periods / events ( civil wars, industrial revolutions, overthrown governments, etc.?)


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