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    So for the hazard (option D) topic, one of the syllabus points are:

    any one recent human-induced (technological) hazard (explosion or escape of hazardous material).

    and I was wondering what do they mean by recent. Greenfield-geography uses Chernobyl nuclear disaster - is this ok?
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    (Original post by AgnesGrey1)
    So for the hazard (option D) topic, one of the syllabus points are:

    any one recent human-induced (technological) hazard (explosion or escape of hazardous material).

    and I was wondering what do they mean by recent. Greenfield-geography uses Chernobyl nuclear disaster - is this ok?
    I think that would count as recent enough, although probably nothing before then
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I think that would count as recent enough, although probably nothing before then
    Thanks!
 
 
 
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